When Annette Reischl and Bekah Harris first met as neighbors, neither could have predicted that a beautiful working relationship had begun. The two entrepreneurs, drawing from backgrounds in graphic design and retail, started by hosting at-home clothing trunk shows. Quickly realizing that customers were clearing them out of their limited inventory, the friends decided to open a brick and mortar location. “We found that women not only loved our apparel, they were thrilled not to have to drive over 30 minutes to get to a boutique!” Reischl says. Their shop, Two Pink Elephants- 4255 Keaton Crossing Blvd 63368 (click here) opened in 2015.
“Our main objective is to provide affordable, on trend pieces,” saysReischl. Two Pink Elephants carries women’s tops, bottoms, dresses and accessories. With a modest price point, this little shop is the perfect place to stock up on seasonal fun pieces. When I stopped by, there were plenty of top trends for spring like florals, bohemian and bright prints. Two Pink Elephants stocks brands like Nikki Bikki, PIKO, Easel, and Mon Ami in the usual s-l size run, along with a selection of plus size clothing. “I want every customer who comes in our store to be able to find something that works for them,” says Reichl, “Not everyone is the same size, so we are excited to carry a range of sizes that appeal to a variety of body types.”
Two Pink Elephants is a success story that Reischl and Harris are proud of. Their shop is an accomplishment and the partners are committed to pay it forward. A portion of Two Pink Elephants profit is donated to charities like “Bridget’s Brigade”-benefitting breast cancer and “The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust”- rescuing orphaned African elephants.
Here is a peek at what Two Pink Elephants has in store: