For a woman working in the retail world what signifies success? For some it’s exceeding sales goals, for other it’s not abusing their employee discount so much that she has to forgo heating her apartment. But for the dedicated fashion ambassador it’s helping customers find an inspiring piece that will enhance their physique and exemplify their personality.
Pam says her favorite part of owning and working at Pierce and Parker is being part of customers lives. She and her staff dress their clients for day-to-day living or fun, personal events like honeymoons, anniversaries, birthdays and rush parties. Clients return to Pierce and Parker gushing about the “perfect” dress or outfit the staff has helped assemble. Most recently a customer returned to the boutique giddy about the Trina Turk dress she purchased at Pierce and Parker that afforded her a meeting with “the man of her dreams.” How is that for customer service?
And if you and the man of your dreams have already met and produced offspring that dislike shopping, there is a play area dedicated to entertain while mommy shops. If your children are so allergic to fashion Pierce and Parker have been known to make special house calls so mom can shop without feeling rushed. (but if your child has such adverse reactions when surrounded by Beth Bowley and Ella Moss I’d wonder if there was a baby swap in the maternity ward. . .).
Linea Pelle is one of the newest lines featured at Pierce and Parker. According to Pam, “Linea Pelle is recognized for producing some of the finest leather belts and handbags in the fashion industry.” The leather is soft and luxurious, classic, but so fashionable.
Another exciting line at Pierce and Parker is by Eva Franco. The boutique loves the unique designs and the amazing fabrics going in a vintage print direction.
Bentley A, Red Engine Jeans, Michael Stars, and Anni Kuan are just a few of the other designers sold at Pierce and Parker. If you can’t make it to Greenville, South Carolina check out the boutique’s extensive website, www.pierceandparker.com. Ain’t no mountain high enough, ain’t no river wide enough, to keep me or you away from great boutiques!!!