Terri Long and Candice Duncan of Wildflowers Boutique in Orange Beach, Alabama.
Terri Long and Candice Duncan of Wildflowers Boutique.
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September 24, 2018 – Orange Beach, AL (OBA®) – Wildflowers boutique is excited to announce the launch of a specially curated ZSupply brand shop-in-shop. The Z SUPPLY collection is known for fashion essentials focused on simplicity, comfort and premium fabrics, and the shop-in-shop will be designed with this in mind. Wildflowers is owned and operated by the mother-daughter duo of Terri Long and Candice Duncan.

 

“Wildflowers Boutique was one of the few lucky boutiques in the U.S. to be chosen to become a ZSupply / The Shop store,” Duncan said. “We are grateful for this opportunity. Having this new area added to our store, we'll always be fully stocked with the latest ZSupply styles.”

Wildflowers cozy interior will serve as the perfect backdrop to Z SUPPLY’s clothing. The shop will be approximately 200 square feet and house up to 400 units of product. It features brushed metal fixtures and will be branded with a signature ZSupply framed shop sign, ZSupply wooden hangers and framed imagery of the latest collection.

ZSupply’s designs have become staples in the closets of everyday women and celebrities alike. The brand has a loyal celebrity following, having been seen on personalities like Kate Hudson, Miley Cyrus, Charlize Theron, Rihanna and Cara Delevingne.

ZSupply offers the best in easygoing essentials that fit women of all shapes, and its many categories, including dresses, tees, joggers and shorts, can be worn as effortlessly to the gym as they can be dressed up for date night.

Thursday, Sept. 27’s noon-4 p.m. event will include Earl Grey Tea paired with Lavender and cookies and on Friday, Sept. 28 there will be a champagne tasting with our wine rep and cookies during the event 2-6 p.m.

Wildflowers first opened in 2009 and is now located in The Commons on Canal Road in Orange Beach. In addition to providing unique styles in accessories and clothing, Wildflowers has also been the driving force behind an annual Christmas fundraiser for Pleasure Island children since 2012 raising more than $50,000 in that time including more than $9,000 at last year’s event. This year’s fundraiser will be Dec. 1 at the Perdido Beach Resort.