Sarah Hall, owner of Sarah Alexandria Bridal Boutique & Alterations, is shown Friday among some homecoming dresses she made at her downtown Burlington business at 400 Jefferson St.

The walls of 400 Jefferson St. are lined with brightly colored fabrics, some adorned with sequins and beads, expertly sewn into unique attire and other outfits merchandise that purchasers won’t come across elsewhere. 

Substantially of the clothing on exhibit there is made and made by Sarah Corridor, who opened Sarah Alexandria Bridal Boutique and Alterations in October 2021 after additional than a 10 years of doing alterations and customized orders from her household. 

There are marriage ceremony and prom attire, some ordered and some others the product of Hall’s imagination, and other dresses, pants and sweatshirts intended with comfort and ease, advantage and model in brain. 

“The greater part of these are quite soft. They are like pajama-put on,” Corridor explained to The Hawk Eye Thursday while doing work to fasten a clasp to a mauve garment. “And a further detail about a good deal of my attire are they have pockets in them. If they can have pockets, I put the pockets in there.”

To the delight of quite a few a purchaser, these pockets are deep. 

“No one wishes to use a purse,” Hall spelled out. “They want to put their things in their pocket and go.”