C. Wonder makes it’s debut at Lenox Square

C. Wonder opened it’s door with a grand opening celebration on August 25, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia.  C. Wonder, is located inside the upscale retail mall, Lenox Square and is the company’s first store in the South East.  When I first entered the store, I didn’t know what direction to go, everything looked so interesting and inviting.  The store is very charming, chic and quite colorful.

 

The store offers a little of everything from clothing, accessories, home decor and gifts.  The clothing consists of classic pieces as well as very eclectic pieces.  Their clothing let’s you really show your personality.  There were a few things that I was very surprised that they sold such as roller skates, dog leashes and accessories for the iPod and iPad. It was no surprise to me though that all the brightly colored accessories they carried for the iPhone and iPad got everyone’s attention.  I can definitely see people adding these items to their purchase.

You can also monogram  almost anything in the store from make-up bags to the back pockets of your jeans.  Your items never leave the store they are personalized right in their shop located in the back of the store.  The process however does take about 6 days to complete but no worries if you can’t come back  to pick up your items, they can be shipped right to your home.

C. Wonder is so sure you’ll love your purchases that they have an open return policy.  If  for some reason you change your mind on a purchase you can make a return at any time as long as the item is unused and you have your receipt.  However, electronics and monogrammed items are an exception to that rule.  C. Wonder wants to make sure all their customers stay happy so if you have to return something there are no questions asked. In fact, C. Wonder will help ease your guilt by giving you a pair of earrings when you return something.

 

 

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2 comments
Monique
Monique

I love this store but the prices are... well, pricey.