Fab’rik Boutique

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This past weekend I had the pleasure of partnering with the boutique Fab’rik. Fab’rik’s mission is that everyone can feel beautiful without breaking the bank. Everything in the store is under $100, with the exception of jeans, as the company believes that every woman should invest in a quality pair of jeans. I really identify with the brand because it is affordable, but doesn’t sacrifice quality.

Vacation Chic with La Vie Petite

Prior to moving to Atlanta, I had never heard of Fab’rik. However, when the marketing team reached out to me about the collaboration, I checked out Fab’rik’s website. Everything is on trend and very affordable. Fab’rik reminds me a lot of South Moon Under, which is my favorite boutique. The Fab’rik black floral patterned top in my photos is currently on sale for $40.

On Saturday I spent the morning at the Fab’rik City Walk store in Sandy Springs. The event was ‘Vacay Chic with La Vie Petite,’ and I served as the host and stylist for guests throughout the two-hour event. I had a blast working closely with the Fab’rik store associate. We worked together to style customers and merchandise the store. My favorite part of the day was styling a customer for a wedding that evening. She was a Delta Flight attendant that landed that morning and needed something to wear later that evening. We picked out the best black jumpsuit and stylish jewelry for the wedding. In addition to hosting the event, I was able to gift a piece of jewelry as a surprise to a lucky winner.

After spending the morning hosting at the Fab’rik City Walk store in Sandy Springs I bought 5 new pairs of shorts, this black floral patterned top and a jacket. Needless to say I’m obsessed with everything in the store. The best part is that I only spent about $200, because everything is so affordable, and I got so much stuff. I’ll plan to style my new shorts and jacket soon so you can see what else I got.

Hope everyone is having a great Wednesday!



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