Leanne Calder, of Magnolia Clothing Boutique, is bringing more styling options for women in Chilliwack.

Leanne Calder, of Magnolia Clothing Boutique, is bringing more styling options for women in Chilliwack.

Dress for success – or for fun – at this fashionable Chilliwack boutique

Magnolia Clothing offers premium styles at an affordable price point

With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about gifts. Whether you’re shopping for friends, family or even yourself, one stylish local hot-spot is creating quite the buzz.

Magnolia Clothing Boutique is a Chilliwack favourite – for their selection and service, certainly, but there’s so much more in store!

In store, you’ll find a great selection of clothing in a wide range of styles and sizes, making it easy to find something for everyone.

In store, you’ll find a great selection of clothing in a wide range of styles and sizes, making it easy to find something for everyone.

1. Location

With the revitalization of downtown Chilliwack, Magnolia Clothing Boutique is at the heart of this local destination. Start your afternoon at Magnolia to pick up the perfect gift or holiday outfit, then spend a little time exploring, warm up with a coffee, and maybe even pick up a treat to go from your favourite lunch spot.

“Women deserve to have places to shop without having to leave town,” notes Magnolia owner Leanne Calder. “We’re doing what we can to bring the clothing and accessories they need – in the styles and brands they want – to their hometown!”

With so many great options, Magnolia has got you covered, from head to toe!

With so many great options, Magnolia has got you covered, from head to toe!

2. Superior selection

The inviting downtown boutique boasts a wide range of woman’s clothing and brands you can’t find anywhere else in Chilliwack. Shop for:

  • basics for every day wear, like jeans and sweaters
  • business casual and professional apparel
  • outfits for special occasions
  • wallets and handbags
  • shoes, scarves and accessories

You’ll also find a good a selection of sizes, ranging from XS-XL.

“We use brands that are made for real women so you’ll be able to find your size! We’re for every women, every day, and all occasions,” Leanne says.

The knowledgeable are happy to help you find the perfect piece.

The knowledgeable are happy to help you find the perfect piece.

3. Knowledgeable, friendly staff

Whether you’re shopping for a can’t-miss gift or the perfect piece to rock for a special occasion, they’ll help point you in the right direction. With an emphasis on customer support, they create a judgment-free zone that makes shopping fun.

As a small team, the focus here has always been on building relationships with their customers. You’ll be sure to see friendly faces when you stop by!

4. COVID-safe

Operating with all necessary COVID protocols in place, customers can shop with confidence – mandatory masks, sanitizing upon entry and physical distancing. While the staff might not be as close as you’re used to, they’re still happy to help with anything you may need – just at a distance! Steaming clothes ensures customers are able to try them on as well. The store also offers free door drop-off, and both in-store and curb-side pick-up.

Visit them on Facebook or head to their Instagram page to learn more.

Magnolia Clothing Boutique welcomes shoppers from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays.

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