Women’s Boutique Offering Exclusive Fashion and Inclusive Sizes Finally Launched

Boutique fashion store 6th & Market Boutique has been officially opened, offering exclusive fashion with inclusive sizing and styles for modern professional women.

Wentzville, United States - November 9, 2019 /PressCable/ —

6th & Market Boutique, a boutique online store specializing in high-quality women’s fashion, announced its official opening. The store offers a variety of curated women’s clothing and accessories, including tops, cardigans, jackets, leggings, and many others. All items are carefully selected by the store founders to ensure high standards of quality and style.

More details can be found at https://6thandmarket.com.

The new store has been created to provide fashion enthusiasts and casual shoppers alike with an exclusive collection of high-quality pieces at affordable prices. Born out of its founders’ frustration of not finding quality clothing in their desired styles at other boutiques, 6th & Market aims to offer a variety of curated pieces that cater to the needs and preferences of modern women.

E-store visitors will find a collection of trendy tops in various styles, including tunics, cardigans, ruffle tops, split-side sweatshirts and many others. “We are committed to bringing exclusive fashion with inclusive sizing.” commented Dani & Steph. “Offering a variety of styles and showing how they fit on different body types is extremely important to us.”

6th and Market offers free shipping on all orders.

Since its official opening on September 6th the store has been widely successful, with hundreds of satisfied customers. Due to high demand, several of the store’s pieces have already sold out.

“The clothing from 6th & Market is AMAZING! The quality of the fabric is incredible and they are true to size. I am normally nervous to purchase clothing before trying it on, but they fit perfectly.” Mandi D., St. Louis MO, 6th & Market client.

Store founders Dani and Steph are grateful to anyone who supported them through the challenging process of opening the online boutique.

The two stated: “6th & Market Boutique is finally here! Thank you to all of our family, friends, and followers that have supported us. Because of you, two women are taking a big dream and turning it into reality. We’re excited to share this journey with you.”

6th & Market announced that it will continue to update its range of high-quality women’s clothing and accessories according to the latest trends.

Interested parties can find more information on the latest 6th and Market collections by visiting 6th & Market’s website or joining their Facebook group.

Contact Info:
Name: Danielle Moss
Email: Send Email
Organization: 6th & Market Boutique
Address: 762 Luetkenhaus Boulevard #477, Wentzville, MO 63385, United States
Website: https://6thandmarket.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933125

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