An Alpharetta-based retail chain is expected to expand its reach to Canton Marketplace starting Friday, bringing a range of designer women’s apparel and jewelry to the area.

Society Boutique, 1810 Cumming Highway Suite 715 in Canton, will offer a variety of clothes, jewelry, home accessories, and candles from several designer brands such as Chaser, Show Me your Mumu, By Together, Vintage Havana, Ragged Denim, Barok Paris, Driftwood, Bilini, Venti 6, Chasing Cherubs, and Blo Vintage.

“We have around 50 to 60 different designers, both local and national, that we offer items from,” said Tanya Noegel, co-owner of Society Boutique. “Our demographic is 20 to 55 for mothers and daughters to shop at the same place and find something for both of them.”

The 3,000 square-foot space located beside Sports Clips will be Tanya and Dennis Noegel’s first location in Cherokee County. They opened two locations in Alpharetta, the Alpharetta Crossing Shopping Center and North Point Mall, and two locations at Halcyon Forsyth, including a men’s store, Derbyshire Men’s.

The Canton location will differ from the Alpharetta locations, offering more home furnishing, home goods, and other gifts, Noegel said.

“This will be our biggest store yet, so we will be able to offer a wider variety of shopping items outside of just apparel,” she said.

Noegel said opening a location at Canton Marketplace was something she and her husband Dennis wanted to do after moving to Canton a couple of years ago.

“I wanted to open a shop in Canton to help support the local community,” she said. “This is our home and I want to become more involved in the area.”

Another planned aspect of the store is a “Society Market,” where Noegel said once every quarter the shop will support local designers with a pop-up, one-day event.

“We also could eventually implement men’s apparel depending on the market for it,” Noegel said.

Store hours will be 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit or

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