Elysian Clothing open in Old City Hall on Spearfish Main St.

Jamie Clark, owner of Elysian Clothing, stands in the boutique that opened Friday in Old City Hall on Spearfish Main Street. Pioneer photo by Kaija Swisher

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SPEARFISH — Though Elysian Clothing began as an online boutique, it now has a storefront in Old City Hall on Spearfish Main Street.

“I just enjoy fashion,” owner Jamie Clark said, explaining that she started the boutique, which focuses on women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories, online in February 2018. She opened the space at 722 N. Main St., #8, on Friday after discovering the vacancy and determining that having set times to work would better balance her time with family and work. 

In addition to the location, Clark will continue the online portion of the boutique, as well. She said that she has many friends and family who like to shop at boutiques, and when deciding to start Elysian Clothing, she thought it would be something she could do that would fulfill her love of shopping.

The name comes from the following definition, which is printed on the tags of each item: “Elysian (adj.) Blissful and delightful; beautiful or creative; divinely inspired; peaceful and perfect.” Clark’s website states, “Our goal is that the items you order will bring you happiness and make you feel beautiful all while staying within your budget.”

Clark said that she carries items at more affordable prices than traditional boutiques, which she plans to continue at the new location.  

Elysian Clothing is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and people can browse and shop anytime online at shopelysianclothing.com.

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