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The interior of Garza MarfaFor many a small business, the holiday shopping season determines whether the store survives into the next year. According to the National Retail Federation, sales in November and December average roughly 20 percent of annual retail sales. But there’s no need to shop at a Texan small business only out of the goodness of your heart. Independent boutiques across the state spend all year curating their own unique collections of shoes, jewelry, clothes, and home goods. From in-house designs to vintage fare to locally sourced, handmade items, their products are ones you likely won’t find elsewhere.“Going to a local boutique, you’re really getting the joy and expertise of the person that’s curated what’s inside those walls,” says Kyle Hawley, owner of Letterpress Play, a stationery…

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