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Cloudy skies. High 52F. Winds light and variable..Cloudy skies early, then off and on rain showers overnight. Low 44F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 40%. Updated: December 10, 2022 @ 5:05 amEmily Cobb is the owner of Johnny & June Boutique. In early November, Cobb opened a mobile shop for her boutique that […]



Cloudy skies. High 52F. Winds light and variable..
Cloudy skies early, then off and on rain showers overnight. Low 44F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 40%.
Updated: December 10, 2022 @ 5:05 am
Emily Cobb is the owner of Johnny & June Boutique. In early November, Cobb opened a mobile shop for her boutique that she parks in downtown Gaffney. Asia Rollins/staff
Johnny & June Boutique sells clothes and accessories for women, men, children and infants. Asia Rollins/staff
Johnny & June Boutique sells clothes and accessories for women, men, children and infants. Asia Rollins/staff

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Emily Cobb is the owner of Johnny & June Boutique. In early November, Cobb opened a mobile shop for her boutique that she parks in downtown Gaffney. Asia Rollins/staff
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GAFFNEY — A boutique that began as an online business has gone mobile and is bringing a variety of styles and accessories to women, men and children in Gaffney.
This past June, Emily Cobb started Johnny & June Boutique as another business venture while also helping keep books at her parent’s roofing company.
Cobb had success while being online solely but wanted to bring another unique flair to her boutique, so in early November she decided to provide mobile options.
“I wouldn’t put anything in here that I wouldn’t wear myself,” Cobb said. “I try to cater to every style and age.”
Cobb sets up her boutique on 422 N. Limestone St. in downtown Gaffney. The mobile boutique used to be a FedEx truck and has a dressing room near the driver’s seat. Cobb said her husband came up with the name for her business because of his love of legendary country music singers Johnny Cash and June Carter.
Johnny & June Boutique sells clothes and accessories for women, men, children and infants. Asia Rollins/staff
Johnny & June Boutique sells women’s hats, sweaters, jackets, jeans, earrings, layered bracelets, headbands and pom beanies. Men can shop for items such as flannel shirts, jackets, t-shirts or snapbacks.
Cobb wanted to carry infant and children’s clothing because she likes putting outfits together for her small children, ages 1 and 3.
Cobb wants her boutique to be a place where parents can find trendy, affordable clothing for their children. There are infant and children’s sets, sweaters, hoodies, rompers, sleepers, bodysuits and shoes.
Johnny & June Boutique sells clothes and accessories for women, men, children and infants. Asia Rollins/staff
For accessories, customers can find backpacks, reusable snack bags, pacifier sets, swaddle blankets, men and women’s beanies, and silicone straw cups.
Cobb said seeing her parents own and run a business inspired her to open a boutique. She hasn’t always known what type of business she’d venture into but has always wanted to have something to call her own.
“They’ve been business owners since I was born and that has an effect on me,” she said. “They don’t just have a roofing company. They do a lot of other things. I wanted to be like that.”
Cobb also sets up her mobile boutique at local events. She was recently at Christmas on Limestone and is available for parties and other business events.
Johnny & June Boutique is set up on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Gaffney. Customers can still order online from the boutique at any time. Cobb said some customers order online and pick up their items when her mobile boutique is open.


Follow Asia Rollins on Twitter at @asiarollins98.
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