Ginger Lily Boutique to close at Clifton Square but will keep on truckin'
04/04/2014 5:00 AM
06/25/2014 5:53 PM
WICHITA — Ginger Lily Boutique owner Holly Daley has decided to close her Clifton Square shop and keep on truckin' instead.
Daley first opened her fashion truck in May of 2013. It was such a success, she decided to open a traditional shop, too.
"I wanted to try a storefront, but I feel it's the best decision for me to get back out on the road, back to where I started," Daley said in a release. "I want to see the city again!"
She also plans to begin selling online at www.gingerlilyboutique.com.
Ginger Lily will remain open at Clifton Square at 3700 E. Douglas through April 30.
The release says that in addition to scheduled appearances, Daley will take the truck to public events as well.
The release said she "has become acquainted with some of the local food trucks and they often work together and provide an unmatched outdoor experience for foodies and fashionistas alike."
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