813 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231
Baltimore’s hottest boutique is celebrating its second sweet year of outfitting the City’s most fashionable women. Voted “Best Boutique” by Baltimore Magazine in 2006, Cupcake continues to gather accolades and attention from local media and fashionistas alike.
“It’s been a phenomenal two years,” said Lisa Schatz, Cupcake president. “We’ve evolved along with the tastes of Baltimore’s modern women, adding new vendors and styles that are usually found in the boutiques of New York and L.A.”
Quickly becoming a sought after fashion expert, Lisa has been featured by the Baltimore Sun, Style and Baltimore magazines, as well as appeared on WBAL and Fox 45. The store will also be enjoying a national placement in an upcoming issue of InStyle magazine.
“It’s crucial keep current in the world of fashion because everything changes so quickly,” said Schatz. “It also helps for when the media call for a trend watch or style update, we’ve got exactly what they need.”
According to Schatz, this season’s styles are all about being a girl. Be on the lookout for these fall/holiday trends:
- All things feminine – ruffles, fitted waists, delicate lines.
- Colors: burgundys, reds, browns, grays, purples, blues
- Dresses –fun and flirty!
- Prints – retro and funky.
- Brocade fabrics
Some of the vendors featured at Cupcake this spring include Nicole Miller, BCBG, Black Halo, Trina Turk, Bianca Nero, NU Collective, Vince, Max & Cleo, J Brand jeans, Lofli, and 525 America.
“One of the best parts about being a local business is getting to know the customers and forging a personal relationship with them,” said Schatz. “Welcoming them by name, knowing what they like, remembering what styles look best on them, that’s the kind of attention a Cupcake customer can expect.”
Being a local business, Schatz has also become an important member of the Fells Point community, in addition to hosting various charitable events in her store.