We are excited to share with you our December Boutique of the month, Debboutique.
We've had our eye on Deborah Koch for a while, and although she started small, her boutique business has grown by leaps and bounds in the last six months due to her dedication, hard work and keen business sense. I asked Deborah to tell me her story, and this is what she had to say:
Helen's Maxi Dress
A little over eleven years ago, I moved to this country with a green card and very little else. I was fortunate enough to find work making donuts, frying hamburgers, waiting tables, and in retail while working my way through college and becoming more proficient at English.
|Willow's Wrap Jacket|
In 2007, I married my best friend and the love of my life. A few months before my college graduation in 2008, we decided to start a family. That Christmas, my husband gave me a sewing machine as a gift. Little did he know that it would totally change my life.
|Violette's Swirly Dress|
I started making a few outfits for our daughter while pregnant and soon after delivery. In 2009, I started selling my outfits online, in trade shows, and then created Debboutique LLC. To my delight, both the business and our family have grown. Last year my husband and I welcomed our second child, a baby boy, into the family.
|Whitney's Ruffle Neck Romper|
As thanksgiving approaches, I can't help but feel very grateful for our wonderful family, friends, and fans. In order to show my gratitude, I've decided to offer a twelve days of Christmas giveaway at my page Debboutique. Scroll past the pictures to the bottom of the page to enter the rafflecopter.
Visit my Etsy Shop to see what I've been up to this week: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Debboutique
|Lucy's Apron Halter Knot Dress|
|Marilyn's Slim Fit Peasant Dress|
a Rafflecopter giveaway