“Fast fashion” – cheap clothing that lasts a season – is bad for the planet and your budget. How do you maintain a closet full of great wardrobe staples if your clothing doesn’t last? That’s exactly what Robin Barrett Wilson had in mind when she opened her boutique robin b. clothier. “I had always been taught the importance of quality when it came to my wardrobe,” she says. “Having quality doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the latest trends.”
Robin’s store sells women’s clothing, accessories and gifts. Every item is beautiful, and every item makes a difference. “I wanted to curate brands, designs and items that are unique, fashionable and authentic,” Robin explains. “Garments that make up the foundation of a women’s wardrobe, are well-constructed, and can be enjoyed for years to come.”
A Rhode Island native, Robin has over 25 years experience in fashion, working with brands like Tory Burch, L.L. Bean, Cole Haan and Chico’s. “I’ve loved fashion my whole life,” she says. “I’m humbled to be able to find these designers and share these amazing designs with my customers.” If you are in East Greenwich, stop by robin b. clothier.
175 Main Street, East Greenwich | 885-9400
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