New Enumclaw shop offers current fashions at budget prices | Business Focus

Offering a variety of women’s and children’s fashions at budget-friendly prices, Budget Fashion has opened for business at a Cole Street location in Enumclaw.

  • Wednesday, September 10, 2014 5:37pm
  • Business

Amy and Alexis are ready to greet customers at Budget Fashion.

Offering a variety of women’s and children’s fashions at budget-friendly prices, Budget Fashion has opened for business at a Cole Street location in Enumclaw.

Owner Laurence Rawdon and manager Amy Schweiger opened the shop Aug. 11.

Aside from clothing, the store boasts a selection of women’s undergarments and accessories like perfume, headbands, scarves and jewelry.

According to management, the emphasis behind Budget Fashion is to bring quality, affordable styles to the Plateau. The offerings are always evolving customer requests are considered when the shelves are stocked. Fall fashions are on the way, along with an expanded section of “plus’ sizes.

Address: 1140 Cole St., Enumclaw

Hours: 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Facebook: facebook.com/bfstyles

Email: rawdonfashion@gmail.com

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Phone: 253-862-4525

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