Fashionista Boutique Opens Downtown

(WINDSOR, ON) – Thanks in part to some grant money from the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association, Hello Beautiful Custom Fashion & Bridal Boutique opened yesterday at 532 Pelissier .

Owned and operated by three local business women, Hello Beautiful will offer unique services for all styles of classy, beautiful, women who want something unique and gorgeous for their special event or important day.

The boutique will carry items like one of a kind fashion for all occasions including dresses, separates, and suits as well as bridal gowns, lingerie, wedding veils, fascinators, and bird cages for all occasions. Also, look for forever wedding bouquets and loads of accessories for fashionistas of all kinds.

Plus, women can also do fun things like customize their own shade of nail polish, individual cake topper, or wine glass. The best part is, women are welcome to either shop the racks or customize their very own fashion piece or a combination of both.

Everything in the store is meticulously hand crafted with special attention paid to the beauty and quality of each and every detail.

“It’s all about everything beautiful and girly and womanly and stunning and fun and classy,” said co-owner Harmony Peach. “We can make it from scratch, tailor it to suit you, or collaborate on the fashion item that only exists in your dreams. At our boutique we mean it when we say Hello Beautiful.”

“The DWBIA is excited to welcome Hello Beautiful to the city centre,” said DWBIA Chair, and mayoral candidate, Larry Horwitz. “The partners are savvy entrepreneurs and the boutique will attract new customers and clients, shopping for beautifully crafted and exquisitely designed pieces, downtown.”

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