Women boutique – Soutiens http://soutiens.org/ Mon, 06 Dec 2021 03:28:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://soutiens.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile-120x120.png Women boutique – Soutiens http://soutiens.org/ 32 32 Boutique Lilly Layne Hosts ‘Donuts with Santa’ Fundraiser to Help Saraland Woman Fight Cancer | Mobile County Alabama News https://soutiens.org/boutique-lilly-layne-hosts-donuts-with-santa-fundraiser-to-help-saraland-woman-fight-cancer-mobile-county-alabama-news/ Sun, 05 Dec 2021 14:12:00 +0000 https://soutiens.org/boutique-lilly-layne-hosts-donuts-with-santa-fundraiser-to-help-saraland-woman-fight-cancer-mobile-county-alabama-news/ MOBILE, Alabama (WALA) – The holiday season brings the spirit of giving and holiday cheer, and a local Saraland store hosted a festive event to not only bring smiles to the kids in the community, but also help a special woman named Kathrina, continues her battle with cancer. When Jessica Simmons found out that a […]]]>

MOBILE, Alabama (WALA) – The holiday season brings the spirit of giving and holiday cheer, and a local Saraland store hosted a festive event to not only bring smiles to the kids in the community, but also help a special woman named Kathrina, continues her battle with cancer.

When Jessica Simmons found out that a local business was needed to help organize a fundraiser to raise money for Kathrina O’rear Hamm, she didn’t hesitate to donate her boutique, Lilly Layne.

Kathrina, known as “Kat” to those around her, is battling cancer. The two have never met before, but Kathrina’s fight struck Simmons.

“It really touched my heart. I lost my father and mother-in-law to cancer so I had to step in and do something, whatever I could do to help,” said said Jessica Simmons, owner of Lilly Layne.

The fundraiser, “Donuts with Santa” gave children the chance to tell Santa what they want for Christmas, while enjoying donuts. What could be sweeter? All proceeds collected and a percentage of Lilly Layne’s sales were donated to “Fight for Kat”.

I am very touched, there are just no words to really describe the feeling I am feeling and I am just really grateful to have friends like Sharon, Jessica rally behind me because I have them really need at this point, ”says Catherine.

The community of Saraland, her family and friends have proven that Kathrina never fights alone.

When a close friend needs your help, you jump into the game. She’s one of my daughter’s dance moms and she’s become a great friend of mine and there was no doubt that it was time to step in and get Saraland to join one of us and help her get through this, ”said one of Kathrina’s daughters. close friends.

Kathrina continues to fight everyday with her support system behind her and proves her strength to everyone, especially her daughter Isabella.

“Oh my God, she’s more than a fighter, she’s got the strength that I can only wish I could one day,” Isabella said, “I can only hope to be half the woman she is. “

If you would like to help donate, you can do so by visiting “Fight for Kat” on Facebook.

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Ruby Joy Boutique plans to open in March at Olde Pickerington Village https://soutiens.org/ruby-joy-boutique-plans-to-open-in-march-at-olde-pickerington-village/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 11:49:31 +0000 https://soutiens.org/ruby-joy-boutique-plans-to-open-in-march-at-olde-pickerington-village/ A new women’s and children’s clothing store offering a range of sizes and accessories is considering opening in the spring at Olde Pickerington Village. After nearly seven years of direct door-to-door sales, Danielle Rességuie signed on this summer to open Ruby Joy Boutique at 88 W. Church St., Suite 100. His boutique will occupy approximately […]]]>

A new women’s and children’s clothing store offering a range of sizes and accessories is considering opening in the spring at Olde Pickerington Village.

After nearly seven years of direct door-to-door sales, Danielle Rességuie signed on this summer to open Ruby Joy Boutique at 88 W. Church St., Suite 100.

His boutique will occupy approximately 1,500 square feet in a new Church Street Properties LLC building expands in Olde Pickerington Village. Initial plans called for the building to open in November, but global supply chain issues have slowed construction.

Despite the delays, Rességuie hopes his store will open in March.

“The location of this building was perfect,” said Rességuie. “I am delighted to see downtown grow and be a part of it.”

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Alverno Heights Academy rings in the season with Holiday Boutique Gift Shoppe – Pasadena Weekendr https://soutiens.org/alverno-heights-academy-rings-in-the-season-with-holiday-boutique-gift-shoppe-pasadena-weekendr/ Sun, 28 Nov 2021 03:14:04 +0000 https://soutiens.org/alverno-heights-academy-rings-in-the-season-with-holiday-boutique-gift-shoppe-pasadena-weekendr/ Alverno Heights Academy will be hosting an online holiday auction and gift shop from Monday, November 29 through Thursday, December 2, to kick off the holiday season. On December 5, the traditional Christmas shop takes place in person in the Villa del Sol d’Oro on the Academy’s campus, complete with handcrafted ornaments, holiday gifts and […]]]>

Alverno Heights Academy will be hosting an online holiday auction and gift shop from Monday, November 29 through Thursday, December 2, to kick off the holiday season.

On December 5, the traditional Christmas shop takes place in person in the Villa del Sol d’Oro on the Academy’s campus, complete with handcrafted ornaments, holiday gifts and decorations, Christmas stockings, as well as a “Sweet Shoppe,” Wendy Finch, director of development at the Alverno Heights Academy, said.

Online auctions open Monday, November 29 through Thursday. This year’s online auction will feature hard-to-find electronics, Jingle Ball concert tickets, Lego sets, new and traditional board games for the whole family, LA Lakers tickets and more.

Items purchased at the online auction, titled “Take a Tour on the Alverno Cyber ​​Express”, can be picked up at the Holiday Shop in person on Sunday, December 5, 11 am to 5 pm at Villa Del Sol d ‘Oro.

“We’ll be featuring traditional Christmas ornaments, craft ornaments, decorative Christmas stockings, that sort of thing, and all kinds of different gifts for people on your shopping list. So these will be holiday gifts and decorations, ”said Finch-Burk. “And then there will also be a little sweet section where we will sell candies and breads and cookies. And then we will also have cookies for the children outside on the terrace of the Villa. Thus, the children will be occupied while the parents do their shopping.

Staff will also provide on-site gift wrapping services so people can have their gifts wrapped after purchase.

Villa Del Sol d’Oro was built from 1924 to 1928 for the eminent Los Angeles physician, Dr. Walter Jarvis Barlow and his wife, Marion Brooks Barlow. They chose the location of their dream home in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.

Finch-Burk said the Villa, designed by famed Pasadena architect Wallace Neff, is a two-thirds scale replica of Villa Collazi in Florence, Italy, believed to have been built by Michelangelo.

Five years after the death of Dr Walter Barlow, Marion Brooks Barlow made the difficult decision to sell the Villa del Sol d’Oro to the Sisters of St. Francis who planned to use the property as a convent and novitiate for their ascending order.

Recognizing the need for more opportunities for young women, the Sisters of St. Francis began building a secondary school for girls on the property of the Provincial Center just north of the convent. The school, originally named Alverno Heights Academy, welcomed its first students in 1960 and the first batch graduated from Alverno Terrace in 1964.

To learn more about Alverno Heights Academy, visit www.alvernoheightsacademy.org.

For more information on the Holiday Online Auction and the Real Christmas Shop, visit www.smore.com/8gkhw.


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Local owners collaborate on inaugural store crawl | Newspaper https://soutiens.org/local-owners-collaborate-on-inaugural-store-crawl-newspaper/ Fri, 26 Nov 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://soutiens.org/local-owners-collaborate-on-inaugural-store-crawl-newspaper/ The owner of the studio, Stacey McFarland, considered the group of local boutique owners she had recently become connected with and had a smirk on her face. “The power of bringing four entrepreneurs together with coffee,” she laughed. “We hit it, planned it in an hour. It was awesome. “ Planning was for Saturday’s inaugural […]]]>

The owner of the studio, Stacey McFarland, considered the group of local boutique owners she had recently become connected with and had a smirk on her face.

“The power of bringing four entrepreneurs together with coffee,” she laughed. “We hit it, planned it in an hour. It was awesome. “

Planning was for Saturday’s inaugural boutique tour, featuring The Studio, Westwood Charm, Savannah Grace, and Studio M. All four boutiques will be open with Saturday specials for small businesses, and customers who have a receipt. from each shop can be entered to win a Kate Spades Prize valued at $ 400.

Women – McFarland, Jillian Wyand of Westwood Charm, Missy Grove of Studio M and Tia Collis and Jordan Shultz of Savannah Grace – became a force to be reckoned with as they realized that boutiques complemented each other, offering spaces holiday shoppers to stay local and find the perfect gifts for themselves and for others.

“On Saturday Shop Small, people buy for themselves, but they also buy for their gifts,” McFarland said. “Think about the people you have on your Christmas list. You’re going to be shopping at one store, but someone on your list might be shopping at other stores. “

Shultz later added that exploration provides a great opportunity to try new businesses that customers might not consider during their typical purchases.

“If it’s not something you particularly like, then you have a friend or family member who might like it,” she said. “Maybe you wouldn’t have seen it if you hadn’t crawled. This idea is beautiful.

The owners meeting showcased their community on the competitive mindset that now allows them to share ideas, learn from each other and grow together as business leaders.

“All of our stores are so different, and it’s never about competition,” Wyand said. “There is literally something for everyone, so how can we come together and do something where you don’t have to choose? You can all support us. We all support each other when we go to the market.

“This is such a great group of women. We not only support small businesses, but also women-owned businesses.

Specifically, these are women business owners who are focused on empowerment.






Studio M owner Missy Grove recently organized her prop table. Studio M, along with The Studio, Westwood Charm and Savannah Grace, will participate in the inaugural Boutique Crawl on Saturday.




“The more the merrier, the more the laughter. If people can buy more places, that’s a better thing,” Grove said. “I love that they’re all women. It makes you feel like it. strong that you can do it and be sure that someone else will benefit as well.There are enough that can go around.

While each store has its own vibe, its own style, each owner has developed deep relationships with their customers that make the shopping experience even better. Grove said it’s these connections that make small businesses, especially boutiques, such a great experience, with other owners echoing the sentiment.

“You come to places like boutiques for a personalized shopping experience, and that’s the seating experience you get when you come to places like this that you used to have in stores. department store Candle where someone would come and say, ‘What can I help you find?’ Said Shultz. “We’re kind of bringing that back, that classic, personalized shopping experience where you can have someone literally do your hair from head to toe, and you leave feeling beautiful and amazing.”

“It is art that comes into play. You are a work of art that walks, able to adorn you with all the beautiful things, becoming that masterpiece that you would not have imagined.

McFarland agreed, saying that interacting with her clients while they try on clothes is one of her favorite parts of her job, the one where she can help someone out of their box or bring in a little positivity. .

“I love going out with someone in the locker room,” she said. “You learn a lot about someone in a dressing room, because the first thing they do when they go out is say something not very nice about something about their body. I like being the one to go. over there, ‘Nobody is watching this, they are watching this.’

“I don’t want you to get it if you don’t like it. I want you to like it. We all have a wardrobe full of clothes and nothing to wear because we buy the same things over and over again.

The differences in the offer of each store allow this thinking outside the box in the support spaces.

“During the holidays, during the giveaway period, even if it’s not for you, it might be okay for someone else,” Wyand said. “It’s really cool, because someone can buy here just because I have the jeans that fit them best or they like the tops over there. That makes it really cool, because it gives everyone a different option. You don’t have to choose; just support us all.

“For us, especially in our industry, we’ve all been through a pandemic where no one wanted to buy clothes because they were all staying at home. Everyone has had a hard time, but it’s really hard to sell clothes when everyone is at home. Small businesses are literally the backbone of the community. We are the sponsors of the sports teams. It’s so important to support small businesses to keep them going. It’s more about the community than anything.

Supporting local stores supports neighbors, family and friends, because they are the ones who help small businesses, and these small businesses are the ones who help communities thrive and become destinations.

“Small businesses really are a community,” McFarland said. “When someone talks about a neighborhood, they’re talking about restaurants, and they’re talking about the nice shops there.”

The owners all thanked the community for the support they have offered over the past two years as COVID-19 has completely changed commerce and lives. They hope efforts like the crawl can help other stores thrive by building their own community.

“It helps us thrive by supporting each other,” Collis said.

She paused before commenting that Thanksgiving week was about being thankful, the gratitude she has for everyone who has been behind her and other business owners since COVID-19 hit.

“We are very grateful that the community has supported us, because these two years have been so difficult,” she said. “We opened a week before COVID started. The community, we wouldn’t be here without them. Having such a community to support not only all the local shops, but all of them has been great. “

Studio M is located at 201 N. George St. in Charles Town and will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Savannah Grace is located at 212 Viking Way in Martinsburg and will open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. is located at 1864 Winchester Ave. in Martinsburg and will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Westwood Charm is located at 145 N. Queen St. in Martinsburg and will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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mobile shop offers an alternative to Black Friday for seniors | WJHL https://soutiens.org/mobile-shop-offers-an-alternative-to-black-friday-for-seniors-wjhl/ Tue, 23 Nov 2021 11:32:34 +0000 https://soutiens.org/mobile-shop-offers-an-alternative-to-black-friday-for-seniors-wjhl/ JOHNSON CITY, Tennessee (WJHL) – Black Friday is approaching and a local foundation is giving seniors a safe and convenient option to shop on weekends without the crowds. While the community is returning to normal, the JEB Foundation is offering a way for seniors to avoid the big crowds during major shopping weekend. They open […]]]>

JOHNSON CITY, Tennessee (WJHL) – Black Friday is approaching and a local foundation is giving seniors a safe and convenient option to shop on weekends without the crowds.

While the community is returning to normal, the JEB Foundation is offering a way for seniors to avoid the big crowds during major shopping weekend. They open a mobile store offering second-hand items to cover clothing and medical needs.

“We have clothing, shoes, accessories and medical equipment for men and women such as wheelchairs, walkers and home gear,” said Kathryn McDonald, CEO of the JEB Foundation.

The mobile store is aimed at the elderly, especially veterans and those receiving care in cancer centers.

The mobile store will be open from Black Friday November 26 to Tuesday November 30 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. It is located at 600 N. Broadway in Johnson City.

The store still accepts donations of lightly worn men’s clothing, coats and transfer boards.

The JEB Foundation: defenders of the elderly provides home care services to seniors in the community. Including personal care and home health aides.

“We are a local community organization, we are a permission to raise and nurture the elderly through hands-on assistance,” said McDonald. “We are licensed and insured by the State of Tennessee to provide non-medical home care systems and we create community engagement programs. “

After the holidays, McDonald’s plans to redesign the trailer and offer a full schedule in January.

If you would like to donate, schedule a deposit or pickup by calling (423) 403-4129 or emailing jebfoundation.tn@gmail.com.

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New Boutique Welcomes Grand Opening in West Reading | Economic news https://soutiens.org/new-boutique-welcomes-grand-opening-in-west-reading-economic-news/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 03:25:35 +0000 https://soutiens.org/new-boutique-welcomes-grand-opening-in-west-reading-economic-news/ If you are aware of any local business openings or closings, please let us know. here. · A new beauty studio, Glow Factory, opens at 1708 Washington Blvd. in Easton · Opening of the new Mirror Beauty Studio at 2002 Hanover Avenue in Allentown. Grand opening scheduled for December 3. · A Red Wing shoe […]]]>

If you are aware of any local business openings or closings, please let us know. here.

· A new beauty studio, Glow Factory, opens at 1708 Washington Blvd. in Easton

· Opening of the new Mirror Beauty Studio at 2002 Hanover Avenue in Allentown. Grand opening scheduled for December 3.

· A Red Wing shoe store will open on Airport Road in Allentown on the site of the former Zoup! restaurant.

· Paisley & Company Bath Boutique & Fragrance Bar in Kutztown reopens for in-person purchases

· Bitty & Beau’s Café opens at 74 W. Broad Street in Bethlehem

American Family Care opens emergency care center in County Line Plaza, off Route 113 near Souderton, Bucks County

Charming Charlie, a contemporary fashion and accessories retailer for women, will be returning to Wind Creek outlets.

· All Weather Selvedge Denim Co. (AW) opens at The Promenade Shops in Saucon Valley in suite 608, next to Evolve Salon & Spa.

· PrimoHoagies, the casual restaurant known for its gourmet hoagies, plans to open two restaurants in Stroudsburg.

Laura McLain, Executive Director of the Slate Belt Chamber of Commerce, will retire at the end of 2021 after more than 21 years of service.

· Thomas Ripsam has been appointed new CEO of Martin Guitar. He succeeds Christian Frederick Martin IV, longtime Chairman and CEO.

. The owners of Tucker Silk Mill will be opening a wine bar and garden in Easton in early 2022. Kabinett will have a predominantly Australian and German wine list, with light fare, and an outdoor patio overlooking the Delaware River.

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The Bristol Press – The Avril Boutique opens in Bristol https://soutiens.org/the-bristol-press-the-avril-boutique-opens-in-bristol/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 16:57:30 +0000 https://soutiens.org/the-bristol-press-the-avril-boutique-opens-in-bristol/ @brianjohnsonBP BRISTOL – The Avril boutique opened on Terryville Avenue, offering a wide selection of clothing, clothing, shoes, jewelry and more. Brenda Jules and her business partner Diane Higa opened the Avril boutique at 912 Terryville Avenue, suite 4, on November 12th. “For a small shop, we have a lot of variety,” Jules said. “There […]]]>

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BRISTOL – The Avril boutique opened on Terryville Avenue, offering a wide selection of clothing, clothing, shoes, jewelry and more.

Brenda Jules and her business partner Diane Higa opened the Avril boutique at 912 Terryville Avenue, suite 4, on November 12th.

“For a small shop, we have a lot of variety,” Jules said. “There is a bit of everything and a lot of jewelry that you can’t see everywhere else. It’s a nice place to stop and look around.

In addition to women’s clothing, men’s and women’s clothing, shoes and jewelry, people can also purchase a variety of natural items at the Avril store, including candles and lotions.

Having previously had a store in Waterbury and East Haven, Jules said she took a few years off when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Now a survivor and recovering from her treatments, friends advised her to reopen in the Bristol area.

“It’s a great location, along a main road, and there’s nothing like it in the Bristol and Terryville area,” Jules said.

Jules said that since opening last Friday it has received a good response from customers who have stopped by. She said guests can expect to find a welcoming atmosphere when they walk through the door.

“My goal going forward is to get customer feedback when they walk in,” she said. “I want to see what kind of items they like so that I can try to bring more of that kind of thing. I want to continue to build relationships with more brands.”

Jules is also hoping to do a grand opening and cut the ribbon with city leaders in the future.

For those who haven’t stopped there yet, Jules encouraged them to do so.

“In my circle of breast cancer survivors, we have a saying: love yourself,” she said. “At the Avril Boutique, you will find clothes and accessories that will make you love yourself even more. You are going to look fabulous.

For more information on the Avril store, visit avrils-boutique.square.site or call 860-261-7276.

Brian M. Johnson can be reached at 860-973-1806 or bjohnson@bristolpress.com.

Posted in The Bristol Press, Bristol on Thursday, November 18, 2021 11:52 a.m. Update: Thursday, November 18, 2021 11:54.

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FOCUS Boutique 2021 – Shop early https://soutiens.org/focus-boutique-2021-shop-early/ Mon, 15 Nov 2021 20:38:05 +0000 https://soutiens.org/focus-boutique-2021-shop-early/ Friends of Children United Society (FOCUS) invites you to shop for Christmas in November! Photo by Don Swanson On Saturday, November 20, 2021, FOCUS will be holding its annual boutique from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Coronado Cays Yacht Club, 30 Caribe Cay Blvd. in the Coronado Cays. More than 40 licensed merchants […]]]>

Friends of Children United Society (FOCUS) invites you to shop for Christmas in November!

Photo by Don Swanson

On Saturday, November 20, 2021, FOCUS will be holding its annual boutique from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Coronado Cays Yacht Club, 30 Caribe Cay Blvd. in the Coronado Cays.

More than 40 licensed merchants will carry women’s clothing and accessories, art, jewelry, plants, kitchenware, Thanksgiving decorations, jams and food, luggage, home and garden decorations. garden, and much more. So many dealers will be showcasing their items inside and outside the Coronado Cays Yacht Club. There will be plenty of coffee, delicious pastries, and other delicacies available as you shop. A ten dollar entrance fee will be charged, which will benefit needy children in San Diego.

Christmas is coming and what better way to prepare for it than by shopping early and making sure your presents are under the tree when Christmas arrives. So many stores and businesses delay the delivery of products and items that it can take weeks or even months before they are available to you. The FOCUS store will offer quality items for immediate purchase. You take home what you bought that day, wrap every gift earlier for Christmas, or immediately enjoy what you bought for the holidays.

The Covid-19 pandemic has kept FOCUS from having its annual shop in 2020, but that hasn’t stopped them from doing what they do best, helping children in need in San Diego. During the pandemic, they helped Urban Street Angels, an organization that picks up homeless teens from the streets of San Diego and takes them to private places, where they are fed, provide them with showers, clothing if needed, and assistance. medical where applicable. FOCUS has been inundated with requests for assistance during the pandemic and has helped hundreds of people during this time.

FOCUS is a non-profit organization made up of men and women from all walks of life. They have one goal: to help improve the lives of children and youth in need in San Diego County. They have helped homeless minors, children with special needs and families who have had special requests for their children. Whether it’s food, clothing or special needs, FOCUS has been helping children across San Diego County for 40 years.

For more information visit their website at www.focus-sdkids.org.

FOCUS Holiday Shop 2021

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Daisy Mae Boutique nominated for “Fashion Boutique of the Year” https://soutiens.org/daisy-mae-boutique-nominated-for-fashion-boutique-of-the-year/ https://soutiens.org/daisy-mae-boutique-nominated-for-fashion-boutique-of-the-year/#respond Wed, 10 Nov 2021 11:03:46 +0000 https://soutiens.org/daisy-mae-boutique-nominated-for-fashion-boutique-of-the-year/ Daisy Mae Boutique nominated for “Fashion Boutique of the Year” Based on Coleraine Daisy Mae Boutique participated in this year’s Local Women Awards final for ‘Fashion Boutique of the Year’. Daisy Mae Boutique offers a wide range of vintage reproduction clothing, accessories and even cosmetics from all over the world. The Firmus Energy Local Women […]]]>




Daisy Mae Boutique nominated for “Fashion Boutique of the Year”




















Based on Coleraine Daisy Mae Boutique participated in this year’s Local Women Awards final for ‘Fashion Boutique of the Year’.

Daisy Mae Boutique offers a wide range of vintage reproduction clothing, accessories and even cosmetics from all over the world.

The Firmus Energy Local Women Awards 2021 will showcase the best of the local business community from across the country in a sparkling gala ceremony to be held on November 20 at the Europa Hotel in Belfast.

Marianne Blaney, owner from vintage fashion store daisy mae Boutique was also shortlisted for “Businesswoman of the Year”.

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