Oct
21
2019
Volume
7-4

Best Clothing Store

(1 Vote)

FlameTz Kloset

10021 Biggs Avenue, info@flametzkloset.com
Facebook: @flametzkloset

PHOTO: FlameTz Kloset

New-to-the-city, FlameTz Kloset has quickly gained popularity over the past year for offering trendy clothes in women's fashion.

First launching as a home-based business on February 7, 2018, FlameTz targeted locals by showcasing selected pieces to purchase on its social media platforms. The person behind the posts is none other than Fort McMurray fashionista Lillian "Lilly" Cox.

Through the success in sales and demand for more products, Lilly opened the doors to her first-ever clothing store at the Bridgeport Inn later in the same year on October 13.

Today, Lilly is taking the lead in local style because she selects each piece with the intent to make it available to only a limited number of shoppers to honour her customers’ unique identities and to also help them avoid any potential who-wore-it-better scenarios. It also offers affordable prices, which range most items under $100. 

“I love creating moments,” Lilly said. “The minute you walk into the store and you find that perfect outfit knowing comfortably well that there won’t be six other women wearing the same outfit. I also love how friendly everyone is and that has also enabled me to build some amazing relationships with my clients.”

FlameTz Kloset is currently revamping its store and plans to reopen in November. So, if you’re looking for tops, dresses, handbags, shoes and even more stylish woman apparel, check out Facebook and Instagram for all the must-have looks and store announcements.

DAWN BOOTH

Dawn Booth is a local journalist and business owner of the communication service, Media Booth. Residing in Fort McMurray since 2007, Booth has been actively working in the Wood Buffalo region as a media and marketing expert. From her arrival to the city, until November 2010, she worked as the Special Features Editor at the Fort McMurray Today. In April 2011, she co-launched snapd Wood Buffalo and managed the publication for three years, until June 2014. In March 2014, she created Media Booth and is currently working with a wide-variety of clients in the business and nonprofit sectors throughout Alberta. Her passion for volunteering in the community has given her two civic awards from the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. She has also received the title for the Fort McMurray Connect's Top 40 Under 40 and is one of Girls Inc. of Northern Alberta's 2014-2015 Women of Inspiration. A happy wife and loving mother to two young boys and a baby girl, Booth can be found easily at www.mediabooth.net.

Website: mediabooth.net/

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