New women’s boutique ready to open in Airlie
STROLLING through the main street of Proserpine, many can’t help but stop and stare at the beautiful women’s boutique Blackbird Boutique, full of Australian-made fashion.
Owner of Blackbird Boutique Bridgette Middleton said the fashion store was born out of a love of fashion and is the ultimate shopping destination for all the best trans-seasonal looks and stylish wardrobe essentials.
Recently celebrating its first birthday, Blackbird Boutique has grown from strength to strength with its great range of vintage inspired Maiocchi, to the effortlessly stylish Wyse.
Excitingly, the store is now on the brink of expansion.
A new Blackbird Boutique will be opening in the main street of Airlie Beach on Thursday, July 18, which Ms Middleton says will provide greater accessibility to customers.
“It wasn’t in my mind to open a new store six months ago but we know our market and have built fantastic relationships with our labels so I thought it was time to make the jump,” she said.
Ms Middleton identified the up- grade of main street as the perfect opportunity to bring her personalised styling to Airlie Beach.
“I’m ambitious but I put a lot of energy into my customers. All day is talking, dressing, styling so they know when they walk out of here they have an outfit that works,” she said.
The new store will be operated by store manager Selena Cleaver, and new brands will be introduced to the store.
“We like to be able to fit all size ranges and we always stock limited size ranges so you will never see someone else walking down the street in your favourite outfit,” she said.
EXCITING DEVELOPMENT: Store manager of Blackbird Boutique Selena Cleaver is looking forward to fitting out the new store, which will be located next door to Cold Rock Ice Creamery in Airlie Beach.