1986 Garrett and Meg Weddle purchased a third generation family-owned
business, Copenhaver’s menswear. After some minor renovations and
stock modifications, Garrett’s menswear became a reality. It quickly
grew to become a cornerstone business on Main Street Radford. In 1996
Garrett decided to branch out into real estate, and Meg took over
the day-to-day operation of the business. In 2003 Garrett parlayed
his real estate savvy into purchasing the buildings two doors up from
the original Garrett’s site. After a year of heavy remodeling and
historic renovation, Garrett’s and Meg’s opened in its “new?location.
Garrett’s continues to serve the clothing needs of discerning men
with a complete line of custom shirts and suits as well as lines by
Hart Schaffner & Marx, AXIS, Cutter & Buck, Bill’s Khaki,
and Tommy Bahama.
specialty womenswear was established in 1992. After Garrett and Meg Weddle had
successfully turned Garrett’s menswear into a thriving business, Meg continued
to get requests to fill a niche which was missing in the Radford area ?
Building upon the success of
Garrett’s, Meg decided to branch out and introduce womenswear in order to
better serve her clients. Today, Meg’s specialty womenswear has grown into one
of the premier women’s clothiers in the New River Valley. Meg’s carries labels
such as Brighton, Tribal, Liz Claiborne, Merrell, and Joseph Ribkoff. Meg’s
specialty womenswear services their customers with complementary alterations,
wardrobe planning and consulting and custom ordering.