Generally speaking, most women love fashion. Put fashion together with lower prices and you have a women in heaven! With that goal in mind, Sandra Campeau is realizing her dream of owning her own boutique style shop.
Located just south of Second Street on Augustus, The Fashion Hanger is a little off the beaten path, but customers claim it is well worth the walk. Featuring ladies and ladies plus clothing, the boutique is affordable with nothing priced over $50, except winter coats.
“I wanted to bring some great fashions to Cornwall, at an affordable price,” explained Ms. Campeau. “As a woman, I believe it is important to feel good about the way I look, without breaking the bank. I already have some great suppliers in Montreal and continue to search for new suppliers in order to continually bring in new merchandise.”
As one explores the boutique, you discover clothing for everyday and for special occasions, dresses, skirts, tops, bottoms, coats and plenty of accessories.
Ms. Campeau loves accessories. “Often it is that little bit of bling or one accessory that finishes an outfit and makes it feel special. In fact, just changing your accessories can take an outfit from daytime to night time – quick and easy. We have a very wide range of accessory options: earrings, bracelets, rings, necklaces, hair clips, nail art, hats, purses, etc. again all at very affordable prices.”
Ms. Campeau is also conscious of the need to give back to the community, and plans to host events from time to time that will do just that. On November 29th she will host a “Christmas Story with Mrs. Claus” event at the store. From 6 to 7pm Mrs. Claus will be on hand, with milk and cookies, to read a Christmas story to the children. There is no charge for this event, however Ms. Campeau asks participants to bring a food item which will be donated to the Agape Centre.
Candy Pollard, Business Consultant with the Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre commends Ms. Campeau for her efforts. “As a new entrepreneur, Ms. Campeau is working hard to establish her business, and has the needs of our community in mind as well. We wish her the best as she moves forward and thank her for her community spirit.”
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