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Maternity boutique opens in downtown Turlock

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Name of business: Magical Mamas

Type of business: Women’s clothing store

Location: 173 S. Thor St., Turlock

Hours: Noon to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday

Contact information: 209-408-4292

Specialty: Maternity clothes

History of business:

When Turlock resident Alannah Ward realized there weren’t many stylish boutique options for pregnant women in town, she decided to jump into action.

She opened Magical Mamas in downtown Turlock this month, offering maternity clothing for every occasion as well as fashionable styles for women who aren’t expecting. The new boutique celebrated its grand opening on Nov. 5 and has since provided affordable options for everything from a fancy dinner to the school play. 

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Hilmar native opens downtown boutique

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Name of business: California Couture

Type of business: Women’s clothing boutique

Location: 115 W. Main St. in Turlock; www.californiacoutureboutique.com

Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday

Contact information: 209-250-2880; info.calicouture@gmail.com

Specialty: Work to weekend wear

History of business: 

What started as a small website in her dad’s garage has now grown into a full-blown storefront for Hilmar native Stephanie Torres, who recently opened the first brick-and-mortar location for her boutique California Couture in downtown Turlock.

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Secondhand boutique moving into permanent downtown home

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After just under a year of providing the community with an affordable option when it comes to clothing, consignment boutique Little Red Door is preparing to open its own brick-and-mortar location in downtown Turlock. 

Little Red Door opened last fall as just a small space inside of downtown shop Rustic Roots — a humble beginning that sisters and boutique owners Marissa Miranda and Isabella Cisneros now look back on fondly as they prepare to welcome customers to their new space on the corner of East Main and Thor. 

The boutique aims to give discarded fashion a second chance through a selection of up-cycled clothing hand-picked by the duo. Miranda and Cisneros frequent thrift shops in search of quality fabrics and one-of-a-kind items seldom found in stores today, from vintage Levi’s jeans to handbags from the 60s.

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