It is taking the former Eddie Bauer space at 436 Nichols Road for a summer opening.
Plaza officials referred calls to Altar'd State; its officials didn't return phone calls.
Altar'd State said its customers are women whether they are "16 or 60" who want to express their personality in stylish, comfortable and trendy clothes, shoes and accessories. Items include jumpsuits, kimonos, sleep shorts, rompers, maxi dresses, sundresses, sunglasses, jewelry, hand towels, picture frames, coasters and pillows.
Its mission statement: "Serving as an inspiration, empowering others by giving more than we receive, we stand out for good to glorify God." It also takes prayer requests online.