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FM By Kayla Dacosta

etunias of Naples clothing store, located in Downtown Naples, right in the heart of 5th Ave., hosted an all day breakout wholesale event. Loyal and friendly customers piled in all corners of the store, hoping to get their little slice of creativity; before the store restocked with a whole new fall look!


Claudette Willis, owner of Petunias of Naples, has been providing products, services, and programs to indi- viduals, non-profit organizations and corporations in the Southwest Florida area for over fifteen years. Petu- nias of Naples is a very out-of-the- ordinary boutique that hosts artistic fashion and accessories.

Rami and Kattan produce clothing with inspira- tion from European fashion and lavish French fabrics. After speaking with Rami Kattan, “the uncle of the designer,” Elana Kattan explained her complete line of clothing showcased at Pe- tunias of Naples is made in the United States of America. It’s nice to know that there are stores hosting American made goods.

Customers, who are great friends and loyal shoppers, explain that the best part of shopping at Petunias of Naples is the genuine concern and care they receive from Claudette and associates. Customer service is at the top of the priority list at this location, as one can assess from this cli- ent’s remarks:


She has the r e talent of bei up on i vi thi

laudet s an amazi ar

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M ng a sal s not her first pri t, roriy ather ng v uabl elationships i” [Jackie


nks that somethi e i

al Mears]

In addition to today’s event, Petunia’s of Naples will be hosting another show on Black Friday! Fashion fun and expertise in looking your best may find you visiting this little nugget. Seeing into the future; Petunia’s of Naples also hosts Psychic Saturdays. Though keep in mind that it’s all about keeping Southwest Florida looking great!

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