I still pinch myself daily that our new headquarters is no longer ground zero for my dusty flea market finds. Instead, it's now a beautiful, organized hub for our team, dreams and corporate to do lists. It's been such a...
Our shoppers mean the world to us. So much so, they often become friends. Case in point: Katie Arani, owner and lead designer of Billie Ball & Co., a Dallas-based floral design business that specializes in striking earthy arrangements for weddings, events and editorial styling.
Our shoppers are our muses, especially Michael's buyer and weekly Flea Style fixture Amanda Ritchey. Each time the 34-year old graces our floors, her prim-meets-bohemian style and pizazz for color, sequins, blazers and big bows always sends us all swooning.
Sara Sena is a regular fixture in our Deep Ellum store always on the hunt for bohemian home decor. The self-described "maximalist plant lover" normally beelines for our vintage brass candlesticks, global textiles, woven rugs and funky oil paintings.
Starting a business is exciting. But it's also stressful. And top of that stress-inducing to do list is the legal mumbo jumbo. Or at least it should be.
If you've ever wondered how to approach, hire or work with an attorney for your small business (or even idea), today is your lucky day! We roped in our favorite legal girlboss to break down the ways to effectively and efficiently work with legal counsel.
Hiring an accountant is about as fun as booking a dentist appointment. But, just like keeping your teeth sparkly, keeping your books and taxes squeaky clean is imperative. Especially if you are busy growing a side hustle or small business.