AN INSTANT SUCCESS: Is Felicia Nicole’s A Few Pieces Boutique the fashion industry’s best kept secret?
She considers a field and buys it. Out of her earnings she plants a vineyard. (Proverbs 31:16 NIV)
D-S-TERRIFIC FASHION CONCEPT
To her distinctly unique credit, Felicia Hill is a resourceful educator in more ways than one.
Suitably known as “Felicia Nicole,” not only is Hill a former assistant principal who currently serves as a District Secondary Teacher Specialist in the Savannah, Georgia area, but her entrepreneurial resume is such that she’s been afforded the golden opportunity to educate consumers on all things fashion as the mastermind behind A Few Pieces Boutique.
A Savannah-based venture that went into full operations in late 2020, Felicia Nicole’s A Few Pieces Boutique has emerged as an instant success, in large part because it has become a fixture for providing quality fashions, fast processing and shipping, and excellent customer service for every customer every day.
“At A Few Pieces Boutique, we want women of all sizes to feel empowered to reward themselves without feeling guilty about it…and without breaking the bank,” Felicia Nicole, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, providing a detailed synopsis of her newly-erected business.
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Interestingly, A Few Pieces Boutique customarily offers women’s clothing and accessories for women up to a Size 3X.
“We respond and engage with our customers to ensure the highest quality of customer service,” Felicia Nicole said. “We offer a multitude of payment options to fit every budget that includes Sezzle and After Pay. We look forward to serving you.”
As Felicia Nicole explained, her quest for starting a fashion boutique comes amid her fervent desire of having “something of my own,” she told MHN.
“I’ve always loved fashion,” Felicia Nicole said. “I’ve always loved looking like a lady. One day I woke up and said I want to have my own boutique in the next two years.”
Much to her delight, the rest, as they say, was history.
It wasn’t long thereafter that A Few Pieces Boutique had become a much-anticipated reality for this educator-turned-author-turned-entrepreneur.
“I actually opened 2 ½ months later,” Felicia Nicole said.
Fortunately for Felicia Nicole, her featured business venture has been nothing short of remarkable, given the national buzz it has quickly created since its ceremonious inception.
“A Few Pieces is thrilled to have customers in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, California, New York, Virginia, Washington D.C., Tennessee, Texas, Las Vegas, and South Carolina,” Felicia Nicole explained. “We have been afforded the opportunity to meet and service customers at Tanger Outlets. Previously, we had the opportunity to participate in a weekend-long popup shop, which allowed us to come in contact with so many customers from around the world.”
That, as a result, practically sums up why A Few Pieces Boutique is making a strong case that it very well could emerge as the fashion industry’s best kept secret — much sooner than later.
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
“We are booked for five more weekends this year, including the upcoming Fourth of July weekend, Labor Day weekend, September 25, Black Friday weekend, and the weekend before Christmas — all at Tanger Outlets,” Felicia Nicole said of her already congested itinerary. “I will also serve as a vendor for one of Atlanta Georgia’s fashion designer, Natosha Zanders’ (owner of Courageous Creations) Melanated Masterpieces Fashion Show, on September 10, in Savannah.
Interestingly, because Felicia Nicole has a keen passion for education, giving back through her business venture to help others further their education, by all accounts, has become a foregone conclusion.
“(I plan on) giving back through scholarship and service, (which) is very important to me,” Felicia Nicole, a 2002 graduate of Savannah High School and a two-time graduate of Albany State University, said. “Working as an educator and entrepreneur is what I do. But at heart, I’m a giver and I hope to inspire others to give and serve. If we all could just give and serve, this world would be so much better.”
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