Bliss Boutique

Yu Shing Ting
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Wednesday - October 19, 2011

Online shopping is even more convenient at Bliss boutique (, where you’ll find stylish clothing at affordable prices plus free shipping on all orders, full refunds on all returns and a credit for the shipping cost to return your items. “Sometimes a woman’s schedule doesn’t allow her to peruse the boutique racks as often as she would like, but at Bliss, every woman can browse and shop at their own convenience,” says owner Wendy Chang (pictured at right), a graduate of Pearl City High School who also works as a project specialist at the University of Hawaii Center on the Family.

“Customers can enjoy simplicity and ease of shopping 24 hours a day, seven days a week from the comfort of their own home or office. Pieces also are selected with the busy woman in mind. They are easy to style, using fabrics that are comfortable and easy to care for.” The online store carries popular boutique labels such as Gilli, Enti and Urban 1972, as well as a great selection of handbags, shoes, Envirosax designer reusable shopping bags and Lauren Chun’s Wishing Bridge jewelry. This fall, Chang also debuted the Bliss private label collection consisting of simple and fun pieces that can be outfitted for both day and night, weekend or workday.

Occasionally, Chang will take her online boutique to fashion events and expos around the Island. Her next showing takes place Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. at A Little Bit of Everything in the Imperial Plaza (725 Kapiolani Blvd.). For updates on new arrivals and exclusive discounts, visit the Bliss facebook page.

Also, through the end of October, save an additional 40 percent on everything on the site.


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