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[Local Business] Just the Thing

Mary Lane Sloan

Being a lifelong resident of Columbia, having grown up in the heart of Shandon, has given me a vast knowledge of the area and deep sense of pride for .

Being a lifelong resident of Columbia, having grown up in the heart of Shandon, has given me a vast knowledge of the area and deep sense of pride for .

Sep 30 2 minutes read



Located right in the shopping district of Devine Street, Just the Thing is the perfect boutique for finding a fabulous outfit or accessories to match! 

Mary Lane Sloan sat down with co-owner Tracy Wright to talk more about their store and what the team at Just the Thing loves about being in Columbia. Tracy mentions that folks love the eclectic mix of shops on Devine street and affordable price points. Whether people are coming in from out-of-town or have lived here for years, they are constantly so welcoming to everyone that walks through those doors!  

Just the Thing has two stores side-by-side, the accessories and gifts store on one side. They showcase gorgeous handbags and eye-catching, affordable jewelry as well! You can find the perfect little gift here for any occasion (i.e. holidays, baby gifts, birthdays). In the second store, the clothing side, they appeal to all ages (which is refreshing being in a college town). They have a wide collection of trending outfits perfect for whichever season we're in.

You can find co-owners Tracy and Terri, along with their team, hosting wonderful social events and fundraisers giving back to the Columbia community!

Stop by on your next shopping visit to Devine Street, they love hearing, "You had 'Just the Thing' I was looking for!" 

🛍 Visit shopjustthething.com


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