Dawn Farr, owner of Apparel Leeds
Chloe Shakesby

Yorkshire ladies boutique relocates to new town after three years

An independent ladies boutique has announced that it is relocating to a new spot in Yorkshire.

Apparel Leeds, which has been operating in Stanningley for the past three years, is moving to Farsley following the pandemic.

The company, which stocks local brands including Laurelle Woman, the Jewellery Makers, Twice Fired, Forme Jewellery and Denbie’s Candles, is introducing social distancing measures at the new site to help protect its customers and staff.

Dawn Farr, owner of Apparel Leeds, said: “The time was right to return to Farsley, both personally and professionally.

“I’ve had three fantastic years in Stanningley but Farsley is where my heart lies.

“I’ve already had amazing feedback from the local community, and they are as excited as I am about a new boutique opening on Town Street.

“Opening during a global pandemic naturally brings its own challenges.

“Whilst it won’t be ‘business as usual’ for some time, I’ve put everything in place to make sure that shopping at Apparel during the ‘new normal’ is as safe and comfortable as possible.

“There will be a maximum of two people in the shop at any one time and I’ll be offering an appointment-only service on Thursdays for those who need the shop to themselves, such as those who are shielding.”

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