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Miss Behavin’ Has Something for Everyone

Miss Behavin'

As the seasons change from sunny hot temperatures to chilly fall days and cool breezy nights, outfits and wardrobes change too. An outfit can say one hundred words without the movement of the mouth.

Miss Behavin, a popular women’s boutique on the Square is always up to date on their trendy styles, perfect accessories and great customer service.

Miss Behavin'

“I’ve been shopping at Miss Behavin since I was a freshman and that was four years ago,” said Gretchen Higgins. “I can’t remember a time that I’ve gone to Miss Behavin and not walked out with something, whether it was just a tank top or a cute pair of earrings.”

Higgins said she buys almost all of her game day apparel at Miss Behavin, as well as her going out clothes for a night on The Square. It carries some of her favorite brands including Audrey and Cotton Candy.

This season, Miss Behavin is known for its suede and olive colored clothing items. Suede has become one of the most popular fabrics for tank tops, shirts, dresses, skirts, this season.

Shay Evans, the manager of Miss Behavin’, said, “We are one of the few places on the Square that offer clothes that can cater to your younger sister, you, as well as your mom.”

Evans said Miss Behavin has a wide variety of clothing from basic everyday wear to nightwear to game day wear to edgier clothes, all of which are at a reasonable price. The store has something for everyone.

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Harley Miller, the previous buyer for Miss Behavin said, “Miss Behavin separates itself because the girls that are the customers are the buyers. Each employee is required to make look books for each season, and the buyers bring those books to market and buy things that the girls want to see in the store.”

“Miss Behavin is a one stop store that has all of your favorite brands and the employees are always there to help you,” said Higgins. “I’m always greeted when I walk inside and the girls working there help me piece together the most perfect outfits.”

Merrill Kaufman is a senior print journalism major at the Meek School of Journalism and New Media. She can be reached at mpkaufma@go.olemiss.edu.

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