Windham Movement Apparel transitions to Mobile Boutique
BRATTLEBORO — After three years of being downtown, Windham Movement Apparel says it is making the commitment to be both more convenient and more environmentally friendly by transitioning into a Mobile Boutique.
"Time and sustainability have been on my mind for a while now," Francesca Bourgault, proprietress, said in a statement. "My customers are busy busy people, parents primarily, who lead lives with very little time for shopping with children. I've decided to curate my offerings and bring only the best dance and circus basics and fashion directly to the studios and schools in the region. Going mobile helps me maintain my personal connection and hands-on approach to getting just the right fit while streamlining access to the gear needed for dancers and circus artists."
Windham Movement Apparel opened its doors in November of 2016 when Bourgault saw a need in the Connecticut River Valley for locally sold apparel, footwear, and accessories geared specifically toward dancers, yogis, and circus artists. With her background in dance and enthusiasm for yoga and circus, she began the journey to making her shop a reality.
The mission of Windham Movement Apparel is to supply the movement arts community with quality products in an environment that encourages fellowship between participants and increases awareness of the benefits of the arts.
In order to complete the transition to a Mobile Boutique, the storefront location at 2 Elliot St. will be offering Last Chance Discounts on all items not being taken on the road.
This collection includes many athletic shirts, sport bras, and leggings, yoga accessories, and specialty dance shoes for women, men, and children. The final day in downtown Brattleboro will be Sunday, July 28. Pop Ups will begin the week of August 19 in Keene, N.H., Brattleboro, and surrounding towns.
More information and the Mobile Boutique schedule is available online at WindhamMovementApparel.com
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