We Made the New York Times
“For 50 years, the cherry dress has been a consistent best seller at the Woman’s Exchange of St. Louis, a modest nonprofit shop and institution itself about as old as electrification, having opened its doors in 1883." - The New York Times
Click here to read all about our classic cherry dress!
The News of Our Move
We made headlines with the St. Louis Business Journal in our decision to move locations. After 40 years on Clayton Road it was time to start a new chapter.
Click here to read the article, and we hope you visit our new location very soon!
Jeannette Batz Cooperman shares our story with the world. The wonderful book titled The St. Louis Woman's Exchange: 130 Years of the Gentle Art of Survival captures our history, mission and strength. Stop by our gift shop and pick up your own piece of history.
A Shop Worth a Stop
"Cherry dresses and that famous salad: two things The St. Louis Woman’s Exchange is famous for. But beyond the tea room and darling garments," GM John Bantle says, "is so much more."
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Fashion blogger Alexander Grant styled a child in one of our cherry inspired dresses and sweater. Click here to read all about our fashion spotlight.
Interview with Elizabeth
Our President Elizabeth Southern was interviewed by Kim Hudson from Channel 2. Watch this great interview take place in the heart of our tea room.
Show Me St. Louis
The Woman's Exchange was featured on KSDK Channel 5- Show Me St. Louis. The segment featured our history, mission and more. Click here to view the whole segment.
We made the front page! Click here to read the article about our ionic cherry dress.