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Revolution is a dynamic independent boutique featuring eco-chic apparel, jewelry, accessories & gear for men and women.

Established in 2002, founder Kim Souza modeled Revolution after urban thrift legends like Eva B's in Montreal, Brooklyn’s Beacon's Closet and The Garment District in Cambridge.

In 2007, Kim partnered up with mother-daughter team Ann & Simi Johnston to make Revolution the most radical shopping experience in Vermont and New Hampshire’s Upper Connecticut River Valley region.

Mixed with a core of pristine vintage & contemporary consignment clothing, Revolution is proud to showcase a series of collections from local and independent designers.

In addition to daily apparel arrivals, our shop features a constantly updated selection of upcycled accessories, antique housewares and a righteous collection of handcrafted jewelry, as well as new merchandise which meets our standards of sustainable production.

And of course we’re delighted to offer Revolution’s iconic line of Upper Valley hoodies and “White River Junction... It's Not So Bad” t-shirts!

We also serve up organic espresso from our fancy La Marzocco espresso bar and Revolution is fiercely dedicated to the arts community of White River Junction and the greater Upper Valley.

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