Anyone that knows me knows I LOVE to shop! Just ask my husband David. I, just like you, love to find great bargains but I also like to find hidden treasures. Here are four of my favorite boutiques in Lawton.

Not in any particular order because I love them all the same; I have put them in alphabetical order to be fair! (Click on the titles to visit their Facebook pages.)

Deb's Boutique is located at 1605 W Gore. It was previously called Deb's Beads and Bags. The new owner is Nannette Massey and she has done an amazing job with the inventory! From shoes to boots, purses, accessories and of course the adorable clothes. You may even be greeted by Nan's special baby if your lucky.

I have known the Hardzog's for many years now. They opened their new location about a year ago. When you walk in you are somewhat overwhelmed by all the beautiful things in the store. From clothing and jewelry to home decor. They also have a furniture section with beautiful custom furniture. The flooring store is also connected to the store. Take lots of extra time to walk through this amazing shop. And, when you get hungry just walk down the sidewalk to their new restaurant "Tiny Mae's"!

I found The Little Things when they purchased a live broadcast on our station. I immediately fell in love with Brenda and Linda. We connected because they are originally from North Dakota. Of course we had lots of stories to tell about growing up "up north". These two women have hearts bigger than their 5' frames (I think I'm stretching the 5 feet tall!). The boutique is filled with lots of fun items including the clothing. I think I have purchased at least 4 wine glasses and have given that many away. Stop by and see them on Small Business Saturday! They are having a sale on their winter clothing!

I first saw Emily and her Airstream trailer (that she loving calls Daisy) at the Elgin Rodeo. I didn't have a lot of time to shop because David was with me (Let that be a lesson ladies, don't take your husband boutique shopping with you! Just grab his credit card and head out the door!) So I quickly suggested she set up at our Ladies Night Out and she agreed. Emily has gutted out an old Airstream trailer and made it into the cutest travelling boutique. When she's not at rodeos or fairs you can find her in Indiahoma at 25323 Lee Blvd. Not only do I love her clothing but her southwestern style jewelry is amazing! Check out her Facebook page to find out where her and Daisy will be next!

This, of course, is not an all inclusive list of the many amazing local businesses in or around the area. I am sure there are many more. If you want to let me know about your unique business feel free to send me a note!