Susabelle Boutique: something for everyoneFashion & Lifestyle
When you’re buying a gift for someone, it’s not always that easy to find what you’re looking for. It can be really annoying when you have to trawl through several websites looking for that item. However, at Susabelle Boutique you can browse through a number of categories without having to visit several other websites.
Chris Willard owns Susabelle, but why the name? Susabelle is a homage to Chris’ mum. When her mum came to America, Chris’ aunt nicknamed her “Sue”, then her godmother would call her Susabelle for fun. The name reminds Chris of her wonderful childhood, so her mum is the inspiration behind the name.
Susabelle Boutique is so eclectic and you can find a number of items to suit a matter of tastes. For example, if you’re looking for a piece of jewellery you might like this gold and turquoise necklace. But, if you browse a bit further you might decide that you want this bird pillow. Susabelle even caters for babies. The cream bunny is adorable and you can have the baby’s name and birth date embroidered onto it. You really are spoilt for choice!
There isn’t an obvious source of inspiration due to there being such a huge range of products. However, what makes Chris pick the products for the site? “I have a tendency to buy things that are feminine, flirty and with a touch of elegance. ‘Southern Style’ brings to mind hand-written notes, mint julep cups, pretty place settings, napkins and tea towels, monogrammed pillows and presents wrapped with lovely paper and all tied up with a satin bow. It is simply that I have always been enamoured with and am drawn to like a firefly is drawn to the night. And yes, it’s country music and sweet tea for me any day.” You can definitely see quite a traditional theme running through the Susabelle products. You won’t see cutting edge, but if you like your old school then you will adore the products at this boutique.
So, when you’re struggling to find a present in the future, don’t go trawling through loads of websites; head over to Susabelle Boutique first. You never know, it may save you a lot of time.
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