Peace! Visit the Peaceful Style Boutique

Enter a world of comfortable fashion and decor by visiting Peaceful Style Boutique in Bettendorf, Iowa. My friend and I shopped there and we were immediately engaged by the attractive displays of clothing and accessories that fill the shop. From fashionable and moderately priced clothing to home decor and accessories, Peaceful Style Boutique is a breath of fresh air to the Quad Cities lifestyle/clothing scene.

Sales Check Out Area

The peace symbol is the focal point of the interior design. The most unique design element is the iconic 1960’s Volkswagen Bus front end that is part of a corner display area. Throughout the store various vignettes include vintage furniture, signage and decor items. The poetic use of texture and color enhance the shopping experience.

Co-owners Linda Mowbray and Chris Slavens were very personable and enthusiastic about their new business. Their blend of fashion merchandising education, buying experience and child care/preschool ownership supports this individualistic shop. They carry many lines that give back to charities. For example, Blue Planet Eyewear and Pure Vida bracelets donate a part of their profits to charities.

Dressing Room

The shop has affordable and unusual items that are attractive to all ages. When we were shopping we saw teenagers as well as older adults enjoying the displays of clothing and accessories. There is something for almost everyone at this boutique. I bought a soft sweater in a caramel color and I have worn it like a comfy sweatshirt with jeans and multiple necklaces.

Shoe Corner

Give peace a chance! Stop by Peaceful Style Boutique.


Peaceful Style Boutique

3447 Devils Glen Road, Bettendorf, Iowa

Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Sunday noon to 4:00 p.m.

Visit their Facebook page or call 563-332-9563


About the author

Deborah Doehler As a life-time resident of the Quad Cities, Deborah is a multi-media artist who works in jewelry, painting, pottery, drawing, collage, and design. Deborah is retired from Black Hawk College after working for 35 years in Marketing as an award-winning graphic designer, writer, supervisor and graphics coordinator. Since 1975, she has had her own design company and studio. You’ll find Deborah serving on the Visual and Public Arts Committee for Quad City Arts where she was a board member for 8 years. She supports art and cultural events in the Quad Cities area including volunteering for events at MidCoast Fine Arts Bucktown Center for the Arts where she leases a gallery space. She served as Marketing Director for Riverssance Festival of Fine Arts for 15 years.

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