These days, it seems many of us want to grab our own little slice of the luxurious lifestyle. Whether we’re eyeing up the latest designer dresses, accessories or shoes, it’s true that the world of exclusivity has become very appealing… and rightfully so.
Here at David Charles, we firmly believe in allowing little girls and teenagers from all walks of life to be able to indulge them in the finer things life has to offer, and that’s why our premium children’s wear brand is so accessible. Ever since we began the David Charles fairytale back in 1970, our life’s mission has always been to let little princesses sparkle and choose their own dreamy outfits. Young girls and teenagers often see their mothers and older sisters as role models, and so creativity often starts at an early age for kids with an interest in style.
If your little fashionista loves to wear pretty party clothes and you often find her rummaging through your special occasion wardrobe, why not let her explore her own sense of style with a few David Charles additions.
We have a number of designer fashion boutiques for you and your daughter to choose from, with UK and international locations to cater to all of our valued customers. China is undoubtedly one of our most popular markets for children’s wear, and with three boutiques dotted in different cities, it’s no wonder the David Charles story translates so well on a global scale.
So what delights can you expect to see in our Suzhou city store? Head on down to the Sogo department store where you’ll find glorious rails of David Charles British party dresses and plenty of elegant evening bags displayed on mannequins. Jewel-embellished hair bands are organised neatly on top of the boutique’s dressing tables, so your girl can enjoy the full designer shopping experience when she tries her favourite new accessories on for size.
Spacious, light and boasting a contemporary store design, our Suzhou city boutique is sure to light up your starlet’s day when it comes to picking out a brand new party outfit for that next important occasion.
Written by: Dawn Wood
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