Aggregate (besides being our favorite new local shopping spot) is a collective boutique specializing in small decor, eclectic giftware and accessories, sustainable necessities, and everyday essentials for families. As people who shop local whenever possible, we prefer to spend our hard-earned dollars after learning about the products we’re buying. And, it seems we’re not alone there, considering the overwhelming success that owners Eryn Azzopardi and Janet Campbell have had since opening up earlier this year, during a pandemic nonetheless.
Janet and Eryn developed a friendship from connecting through Windsor’s small business community. Once they realized their complementing strengths would be a home run when it comes to running a business, their idea of a stress-free, well-curated shopping experience was born. The shop has been restocking their sustainable home goods, baby and kids essentials, and bath and body products after consistently selling out. Part of their success is their aim to introduce people to products they likely wouldn’t see anywhere else by making a conscious effort to not carry the same items as other local businesses. As they say “no one wins if we all look the same”… and we TOTALLY agree.
Aggregate is an inclusive space that actively and openly supports all people, from different religions, cultural backgrounds, sexual identities, or financial abilities. Even though the general consensus is “wow, this feels like a boutique straight out of L.A.!”, their shelves are stocked with something for everyone, whether you have $7 or $200 to spend.
Excitingly, their new online shop is up-and-running, with curbside pickup and delivery available. Follow these fantastic females on their socials below. We expect lots of exciting things to come from them in the future.