Bunky Boutique Turns 9 on September 24 with the Cozy Cactus Collection

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Local shoppers who shop local may already be aware, but Bunky Boutique is celebrating its ninth anniversary on Saturday, September 24.

The eclectic, Arizona-proud shop in Central Phoenix is celebrating by releasing a brand-new, autumn-centric, exclusive collection called Cozy Cactus by Bunky Boutique.

Since September 2007, Bunky has offered modern clothing, jewelry, home decor, and collections within its well-decorated walls – all with the Arizona customer and visitor in mind.

Cozy Cactus is an assortment of apparel, jewelry, housewares, and apothecary for men, women, and kiddos – all handpicked by owner Rachel Malloy. “Cozy Cactus is a love letter to our local artisans we work with,” Malloy says by e-mail, “a love letter to fall in Arizona!”

Items range from the “Cactus Stack" bracelet set to the Prickly Pear Beard Oil and Cozy Cactus growlers. The collection will be available in limited quantities both in store and online starting at 10 a.m. on September 24. Items are first come, first served.

For more details, call 602-252-1323 or visit the Bunky Boutique website.

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