By: Ashley Waitkus | Category: Retail | Issue: December 2018
Come join in on all the fun at Twisted Soul Sisters with (L to R) Vicki Walton, Elaine Barber, Shana James, Kelly Corey, Marti Coleman, Leighanne Lockard and Whitney Allen.
“We are just a little more twisted than the rest, but you don’t have to be twisted to shop here,” says owner Kelly Corey of Twisted Soul Sisters Boutique in Bixby who describes the store, staff, and customers as “Okie girls with gypsy flair”.
The quaint shop, located at 13160 S Memorial Drive, has been in business for over 8 years. Kelly initially had no plans to open the store, but almost by surprise, what started as a couple friends selling unique fashion items on the side exploded into the fabulously twisted and popular shopping spot for women of every style in Bixby and surrounding communities. First time visitors are drawn in by the fun and unique fashion the store is best known for, but it is the one-of-a-kind shopping experience that draws repeat customers back time and again. Everything about the store, from the diversity of styles and the hand-picked decor to the custom jewelry-making station tucked in a corner of the shop captivates visitors immediately upon entering. Guests are often greeted by Kelly’s miniature schnauzer, Sir Sam, and always by the friendly staff. Each guest is treated like an old friend and their shopping experience is as personalized as the gifts and jewelry sold throughout the store. Because guests are seen as friends and family, the experience allows them to receive plenty of help without being hassled.
Over 20 lines of clothing are available throughout the store, but it is the top-selling Dear John line of jeans drawing in customers even from other states. The rare find is available along with boots and shoes, custom-made jewelry, home and gift items, an extensive collection of coffee mugs, and free gift wrapping services. The store has something for everyone, from the more laidback ladies to the trendsetters. New items arrive nearly every day chosen by Kelly for their uniqueness, twisted-ness, or rarity.
While everyone can benefit from the great finds at the boutique, including the custom stamped jewelry made in house, social media friends and fans will be treated to extra special holiday sales coming up throughout the month of December. A simple “like” on Facebook gives followers old and new discounts and specials throughout the store. Whether an Okie, a gypsy, a fashionista, a comfortably casual girl, or a combination of more than one, every woman’s heart will be captivated by the great fashion, great experience, fun personalization, and of course, free gift wrapping at the boutique. First time visitors should be warned though - Twisted Soul Sisters store and staff will quickly help them lose all interested in shopping anywhere else. Any expectation of visiting the store just once will be replaced with a desire to come back time and again.
Ashley Waitkus is a former mental health counselor and minister who has served in high trauma, high crisis environments for over 12 years. She has a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy; her passions include helping people heal, bringing others into a relationship with Christ, and attending festivals with her daughter.
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