Lois Chadburn, owner of Lolly's Fashion Lounge

Chilliwack boutique celebrates 20 years of fashion in style!

Lolly’s Fashion Lounge marks milestone with community celebrations

How do you mark 20 years of giving expert fashion advice and superb styling tips? If you’re Lolly’s Fashion Lounge, you celebrate!

After two decades serving Chilliwack, Lolly’s invites the community to join in the anniversary festivities – safely, of course!

Josie dances at the front of the store to celebrate Lolly’s anniversary!

Josie dances at the front of the store to celebrate Lolly’s anniversary!

What’s kept Lolly’s a local favourite for two decades? It comes down to quality – of the clothing and brands, certainly, but also the quality of care and service owner Lois Chadburn and her team provide.

Lolly’s Fashion Lounge hand-picks all of their items, they’re on the showroom floors browsing for you, so you’ll be sure to find something that fits perfectly. Unsure about what might suit you best? The knowledgeable, welcoming staff are happy to help in your search for the perfect piece. The inviting environment encourages women to shop in a supportive and encouraging space, there’s no judgment here!

“When we shop for items for the store, we hand-pick everything specifically with our customers in mind,” Lois explains. “While I browse showroom floors, I’m picking and pairing items that I know will help people feel and look great. I love that I can bring clothes to the store that I know my customers will love, some of them have been shopping with me for 20 years!”

Take a quick break as you browse the store to rest your feet and relax.

Take a quick break as you browse the store to rest your feet and relax.

To kick off the celebrations, Lolly’s hosted a virtual celebration on Oct. 20. Party boxes were delivered to 50 different suppliers and customers, many who’ve been shopping with Lolly’s since they opened as a maternity store in 2000! When it came time to open their boxes, gift recipients shared their experience with one another on social media – check out the party highlights on Instagram.

Twenty lucky VIP customers were also invited to share their gift boxes in-store and in-person as part of a physically distanced celebration, complete with bubbly, treats and cheersing in style.

Keeping with the “20” theme, last week Lolly’s completed 20 days of giveaways, and prizes were plentiful, with purses, candles, sunglasses, scarves, water bottles and even clothes included in the spoils!

The spacious change rooms give you plenty of room to try on your clothes.

The spacious change rooms give you plenty of room to try on your clothes.

More celebrations to come

If you missed the chance to take part in any of these fun festivities, not to worry – more celebrations are planned for November and December. So what’s next?

This year, instead of hosting an in store Black Friday event, Lolly’s Fashion Lounge is going online with their first ever Cyber Monday! With a new website created to mirror the in-store experience, you can now shop from the comfort of your own home and enjoy options like free door drop, curbside and in store pickup.

Take advantage of expert advice and get help picking the perfect outfit to carry you throughout your day – you’ll be feeling and looking your very best

Visit Lolly’s in store or online today.

Lois Chadburn, owner of Lolly’s Fashion Lounge

Lois Chadburn, owner of Lolly’s Fashion Lounge

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