After the turkey is eaten, the dishes done, it's time for one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year.
Living in a small town normally means shopping is limited to places like the Dollar General. However, the young ladies of one local community are lucky.
"They actually love all the clothes that I pick out. Clothes that I would like and wear," said Maggie Karkar, owner of Halo Boutique.
Down the street from the high school, in the heart of Haughton, is a boutique with all the latest trends. It's called halo.
"I graduated from Haughton High School two years-ago. I go to LSU-S now," said Karkar.
A full time college student, Maggie Karkar, 19, seems to do it all.
"It is a lot of fun - going to market, shopping," said Karkar.
Maggie's parents' grocery store located right next door to her boutique. She believes her success is due to her parents' unwavering support and always having them close by. It's definitely a family affair.
"Just was happy to have her next to us," said Vickie Karkar, Maggie's mother.
Vickie never misses an opportunity to help out her daughter.
"Sit in the boutique while she's in school... Just have faith for her through Christ she's going to do good," said Vickie.
"My dad is my financial support," said Karkar.
This teen didn't wait to make her dream of bringing fashion to Haughton come true.
"I just try to put an outfit together since I've been in it for about a year and a half," said Karkar.
She hopes more people remember small businesses like hers when they're out shopping this holiday season.
"When you shop local you, of course, boost the economy and that keeps more money in your hometown," said Karkar.
Halo boutique is located on E. Taylor Street in Haughton. Maggie Karkar is majoring in business at LSU-S and plans to stay there until she gets her MBA.