27 May Shop Dress Up
Today’s post is something new. I’m talking all about my favorite boutique! If you are familiar with any of my social media, then I am sure you’ve heard of Dress Up. However, you do not know my story with Dress Up and why I support their mission.
I started shopping at Dress Up all the way back in 2011 when they opened their Woodstock store. Woodstock is my hometown and home to one of Dress Up’s first locations. I just realized how old I was went I sat down to do the math. I started shopping at Dress Up when I was in seventh grade, and I’ve shopped here for 8 years. I am now a junior in college. Given that I’m only 20, that’s almost a third of my lifetime.
Why have I stayed so loyal to Dress Up and what’s brought me back?
Well first off, the clothes are adorable. They’re adorable and affordable, adding new styles every week. On top of the reasonable prices, Dress Up runs sales all the time. They text me whenever there’s deals! If you’re interested, you can sign up for text alerts whenever you’re in store. After Christmas, there was a promotion running for 40% off everything in-store and online, which is probably the most damage I’ve ever done at Dress Up.
The mission of Dress Up is to show the love of Christ and help women realize their worth, “Love People, Love Clothes.” Danielle Case founded Dress Up with her husband and launched her first brick and mortar store five weeks after she had the innovation to start a boutique. I don’t simply go to Dress Up to shop, but also for the experience. The website, store, employees, and every social media platform have an aesthetic that is prevalent throughout the brand.
Dress Up gets personal and interacts with their followers on Instagram, demonstrating their gratitude through thanking customers for their support. The shopdressup Instagram is chalk full of outfit inspiration, new arrivals, and photos sent in by customers, sporting their favorite brand. Dress Up builds authentic relationships with their customers, and that’s where my loyalty was sparked.
I am honored to be able to say that I’ve watched Dress Up flourish over the years. I was introduced to a start-up with 4 locations, but that has now expanded into 20 locations across the Southeast in 4 different states. Since moving to Statesboro, the closest store is in Savannah. I either shop there Woodstock, Athens, or Charleston depending where my travels lead me. Even if there isn’t a Dress Up near you, you can easily shop online! Y’all they make it so easy, the options are endless.