Red on the Square

April 1st, 2012 | Posted by PrintOne in Shopping

Red on the Square brings the definition of a haute boutique to life in Granbury, offering high-end fashion at affordable prices. This new store brings elegance to the Square not only in architectural design but in fine clothing for women, children and men.

Viki Young’s élan mirrors her style and fashion-sense in RED. Flax women’s fashions, Lee Andersen clothing and Mary Francis handmade, designer bags are just a few of the high-end fashions found at RED on the Square. Viki also brings in the latest from Tianello and Big Buddha bags and shoes, not to mention those comfortable fashion-savvy shoes by OkaB.

Gentlemen, imagine never having to step foot in a department store again for business attire, yet always looking like a million bucks. Or imagine wearing high quality tailored clothing, with your own personal stylist–all at an affordable price. RED is pleased to announce they have men’s high quality, luxuriously tailored, custom brand, J. Hilburn. There is no experience more worthwhile than having clothing custom made to fit your body and personal style. The J. Hilburn Custom Collection brings you custom luxury menswear without breaking the bank. RED shows you why this brand is recommended by Esquire Magazine as the Best Value in custom men’s clothing.

Your precious little ones will need a new dress or outfit for Easter. RED carries boutique lines of infant/toddler clothing and accessories. Adorable items are arriving daily.

Our Place is staying on the north side of the Square; however it will shift to home decor. For more information call 817.573.3300 or email Viki at Redonthesquare@att.net.

 

Owner, Viki Young

When Viki Young enrolled at college as a ballet major, she never dreamed her heart would take her into the world of fashion or that she would be the owner of Granbury’s newest upscale boutique in one of its oldest, up-scale historic buildings. 

“As a freshman at TCU, I realized I would have to go to New York to pursue a career in ballet,” Viki explained. “But I wanted to stay in Texas.” The answer for Viki was simple: change her focus to her other love–fashion design. Since her minor was in art, the switch proved easy and Viki soon became a national finalist in a Made in Wool design contest. 

“I started my first retail shop as a home-based business about 30 years ago. I set up as a vendor in Granbury. I worked to keep my Victoria Designs in jewelry and hair bows stylish and fresh. My leased area grew until I soon took over more and more of the store. When the lease in a building became available, I expanded. Our Place on the North Side of the Square was born and has continued to grow for twenty years. 

Viki’s easy-going grace and charm, combined with her spirit and enthusiasm, seems to have breathed new life into the old red bank building. With the help of her husband Scott and Brian Gaffin, architect designer of the remodeled 1906 historic building Red on the Square opens at 101 West Pearl Street. The front part of the building had originally been used as a bank for 10 years. The middle section opened as a barber shop and the west end (back) thrived as one of the community’s favorite cafés. Later, the tall red brick building served as offices for lawyers and title companies. Another wonderful feature is there’s plenty of parking in the back. 

“We love Granbury and can now increase our presence on the Square, keeping old friends and acquiring new ones. We have spring arrivals – dresses for Easter and spring special occasions. Now we have dressing rooms!”

 

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