Health and wellness services are offered in addition to clothing and accessories.
The boutique is a complement to Krenger's Stix and Roses.
The new space is by-appointment-only.
Inside Sararose Krenger’s new Gold Coast boutique.
Asymmetrical Sweetheart Peplum, Sararose ($428).
Extra Long Sleeve Basic Black, Sararose ($298).
Faux Wrap Dress Knee Length with Cap Sleeves, Sararose ($328).
Designer/stylist Sararose Krenger brings an eponymous version of her Irving Park boutique, Stix and Roses, to the Gold Coast—but the new, by-appointment outpost is far from just a clothing store. With health and wellness partners like Janeil Ruiz (psychotherapist and spiritual director), Alina Lazarvitch (brow and skincare specialist), and the famous Karyn Calabrese (nutritional guidance), Sararose offers shoppers a total transformation, inside and out.
“We are all about helping our clients find their best look, so they can do all that they do with style, confidence, and energy,” Krenger says. “Our wardrobe revolution is a perfect complement to the fabulous Gold Coast.”
The vegan shop owner takes her feel-good focus one step further with a new eco- and animal-friendly dress line. The bamboo little black dress ($198-$498) is sold exclusively at Krenger’s boutiques, and made with the environment in mind. Compared to other trees and plants used for fiber production, bamboo requires less energy and water to grow, can be harvested sustainably, and is highly renewable because of its rapid growth speed. As an article of clothing, though, it has a smooth, satiny feel and a breathable yet thermal regulating quality. Krenger’s bamboo LBDs comes in a variety of styles and can be customized.
Sararose also stocks a curated selection of beauty products, both local—Branka Tomic’s vegan and cruelty-free nail lacquer, LVX—and national. Plus, it’s the first fashion studio to carry Deborah Koepper beauty products, a favorite of celebrities. For a private consultation, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. 67 E. Oak St., Ste. 5W, 773-654-3421