will no longer be , but will stay in the same building and sublease the lower level from .
"We decided to downsize," Occoquan Antiques co-owner Gudi Bignotti said. "Smaller and better and more manageable for all. I am happy, our clients are happy and the Divas are happy to rent out the space. A win-win for all."
The first week of November also marks the Polka Dot Divas' grand reopening in the space formerly occupied by Occoquan Antiques. The Polka Dot Divas across the street in early September and spent much of October . They will have a grand reopening party on Nov. 1 for regular clients, with discounts offered that night.
Stay tuned for photos of the Polka Dot Divas' and Occoquan Antiques' new looks!