Elizabeth Leigh is you, the customer. It’s your store built your way. Elizabeth Leigh is also the talented artists that we feature, whose immense talent is the reason we’ve been able to create such a force for change. Elizabeth Leigh is us, the buyers, who do our part to ensure that we’re engaging in equitable practices that promote positive change, environmental reform, and sustainability amongst other things. Founded on the belief that people always come before profits, we’ve been able to successfully create a space where all involved are working towards a common good.
Elizabeth Leigh is the brainchild of Tammi Murphy, a North Carolina-based entrepreneur who saw a void in the established boutiques in Charlotte. What if a store could exist that has immaculate fashion and home goods, but also has purpose beyond aesthetics? That is precisely why Elizabeth Leigh exists, to prove that sustainability and style can coexist wonderfully. We offer a variety of product lines featuring jewelry, fashion, body care, beauty, and home goods. You’ll find an eclectic mix is present as we attempt to find products that represent a free-spirited and creative style. By highlighting various cultures and designs, we keep the promise of having a little something for everyone. As we advance in our mission and continue to grow, our hope is to find even more ways to push sustainability and lessen the impact of mass production. As of now, the company prioritizes independent artists who make handmade goods.
Although we’re based in the United States, our impact is felt across the globe, as we provide a diverse selection of fashion, accessories, and home goods in Charlotte NC, and beyond. We are fortunate to collaborate with artisans across the globe, enabling us to curate a selection that’s truly forged in diversity. We derive immense pleasure in working with those who share the Elizabeth Leigh ethos of valuing people for who they are, respecting the earth that provides us with resources, and doing good whenever possible. As far as we’re concerned, it’s always possible to do good.