Norman's The Social Club to open second location in downtown OKC

Published Wednesday, July 11, 2018
by Steve Lackmeyer

A popular Norman women's boutique and salon is set to be the west retail anchor for West Village as the $70 million mixed-use development in downtown Oklahoma City nears completion of its first phase of apartments.

The Social Club, started in 2012 by college friends Erica Smith and Dana Scott, has grown from a 500-square-foot shop to a 2,600-square-foot operation that is often booked with events when not filled with customers shopping and visiting the salon.

“After college, Erica went to a salon and it was great, but she wanted a more personal space,” Scott said. “I was doing event planning and I make jewelry. And I was looking for an office area to meet people and make jewelry. We started looking for spaces together and ended up with a salon that had a storefront. We added cards and candles, and that started the idea of a retail space.”

Read the full article in The Oklahoman.

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