Hindsight is 20/20!    From the outside looking in, we can see many reasons why businesses fail.   Forbes says 8 out of 10 businesses fail, yet everyday a 1000’s of new business are started.   Here is a quick list of 6 reasons why so many businesses fail. Learning from these failures is step one to a successful long lasting, business 1.Leadership Failure Lets be real… there are parts of life that are fun… and...

Boutique Hub Guest Blog It’s December! The magical time of the year where we anticipate the color experts at Pantone to gift to us--the inside scoop on color trends for the next year. These are shades you will see repeated in fashion over the next year. I love color (like hoard paint swatches kind of love color) so I find this news thrilling. Pastels and earth tones are on hiatus because 2019 rings in a color...

Can you believe we are already approaching the end of 2018?  I don’t know about you, but I feel like this year completely flew!  Now with the hustle and bustle of year-end, along with clearing out inventory, buying gifts for my family & planning for 2019---I am exhausted!   So naturally, we have put together a list of 10 new years resolutions for you, the owner, to focus on in the new year!  As moms, wives,...

Boutique Hub Guest Blog The holidays are upon us and the stress to impress is growing by the minute. Putting together that perfect outfit while still feeling comfortable seems like an impossible task. But don’t worry lady boss! Huntress Shopping Parties has you covered with these tips to make sure you feel confident and comfortable this holiday season. Definitely check out my full video on a Comfortable & Cute Christmas too!!! 1. Find a Good Fit: It’s time to...

Hello Lovely Boutique Entrepreneurs--We are so excited to be bringing you some tips to make rolling into 2019 the smoothest transition yet! Below you will find info on taxes, inventory, and more!   MEET WITH YOUR ACCOUNTANT: A lot of times Boutique Owners (myself included in the past) wait until after the end of the year to meet with your accountant--I’m telling you now, don’t do it.  Make a point to quarterly (at least) if not more,...