Grab the girls and spend the day getting some retail therapy in Broussard's best boutiques.
Located in the Ducrest Building, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, House of Broussard is delightfully inviting and focuses on all your decorating needs for your home, interiors, and occasions. Be sure to check out the original rings in the sidewalk from Broussard's horse and buggy days.
A short walk from House of Broussard, Bonjour is housed in a mid-century cottage, and each room is staged with gifts for men, women, children, and babies. From cigars, wine, jewelry, and apparel to baby clothes and children's gifts, it's a one-stop shop!
Local artist Dena leBlanc-Denbo, a life-long Broussard native, does a little bit of everything, and her shop showcases a curated offering of all of it. This boutique is filled wall-to-wall with some of the most beautiful and thoughtfully created treasures you’ll find anywhere. Vintage linens, home decor, antique furniture, religious gifts, embellished pillows and lampshades, jewelry, and more make this shop one-of-a-kind.
A women's apparel store, Blush Boutique features everyday styles that’ll take you from work to weekend with ease!
Offers a variety of hand-selected, high-quality pieces in women’s clothing, activewear, shoes, accessories, and more from many talented and local vendors.
This women's clothing store is “where style meets individuality.” With shipments arriving daily, they keep your style fresh.
While not technically a boutique, you can find almost anything at The Market, an indoor and outdoor community market for local vendors and farmers. They have homemade goods, artisans’ crafts, local produce, and even honey and antiques. Think shopping at your favorite festival but being able to do so every week.