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I wanted to fill a void in the women’s market. Sure, I could go to the mall and see stores that carried merchandise I either could not afford or that would increase my chances of having at least 5 other people wearing the same outfit I was. But I also wanted to create this place that would bring color and confidence and happiness to a woman’s day. Sometimes just having that one fantastic new outfit is all a woman needs to turn a bad day into a good one, to give a woman the confidence she needs going into an interview or to give that stay at home mom a reason to smile after that rare moment she treats herself. So I started handwriting all the thank you cards that went in our orders, packing it up like the present that it was and sending it off in hopes that it brought a smile to the woman it went to.
At Red Dress, we obviously love fashion. But it’s also important to us to give back to our communities. A lot of our donations are made privately, but here are a few organizations to which we give that we would like to publicly recognize for the good work that they do.
www.reddressboutique.com is one of the fastest growing online young contemporary retailers in the nation! We specialize in comfortable and trendy looks at prices you will love. We want you to look like a million bucks without having to have a million bucks! As Seen on Shark Tank!
I wanted to give women like me a bit of “happiness” in a world that could all too often make her feel like she just wasn’t “this” or “that.” I began asking our customers what they wanted to see in our stores and on the website. It had never been done before. Imagine going into your nearby department store and asking the store manager, “Hey, can you find me a caged wedge…or a palm print maxi?” I listened. I took notes. And I went on a hunt for their wishes and wants. To make it feel like it was just as much their store as it was mine.