About us

Styles from around the world in one Roanoke Boutique

Blessings and Beauty

Owned and operated by former international flight attendant, Diane Speaks, She’s International Boutique boasts some of the most unique clothing, jewelry, handbags and accessories curated together for an unparalleled shopping experience. Throughout her 30 year career as a flight attendant, Diane had the opportunity to visit over 15 countries and shop some of the most intriguing shopping districts in the world.

Diane now leverages her international relationships to hand pick fashion-forward items offered together exclusively in the store.  At our boutique, you will find products from leading international fashion houses as well as lesser-known designers who are making important statements. Each finely constructed piece claims exquisite craftsmanship, quality fabric and materials, and for many of our brands- She’s International Boutique is the exclusive sales location in the United States.

For any occasion, She’s International Boutique has the solution. Our team offers a personal shopping experience. We take special care to get to know our customers- personal styling appointments are also welcomed.

We carry only a few products in each style to ensure your new treasure is exclusive to you.

Diane Speaks

Style With a Cause

Show your support of our community

Show your support of our community with our Star City jewelry! With each purchase from the line, a portion of sales are donated to the Roanoke Valley United Way RYSE program.

RYSE stands for “Rehousing Youth for Success in Education.” Each day, more than 600 students in the Roanoke Valley leave school unsure of where they’ll lay their head that night. RYSE targets to the 80% of homeless children who are not eligible for government-funded homelessness intervention programs. The program provides resources necessary to help them succeed in the classroom, developmentally, and medically.


of Roanoke homeless children are not eligible for government support


Roanoke Valley children are living in poverty, affecting their ability to learn and thrive


of homeless children in our area are under the age of 12


people in our valley live without adequate insurance coverage to access a primary care physician

Our Designers