Today’s Boutique invites you to celebrate fashion, fun and friends during its 32nd Annual Anniversary Week. The celebration bash will be on July 19 and 20.



“It’s going to be a tremendous celebration with our friends and customers,” said Jim Dettle, who owns the store with his wife Kim.



Today’s Boutique, which has been named the Best Women’s Clothing store for more than 12 years, has been dressing women of the Emerald Coast in the latest styles since 1981.



As part of the celebration, the Dettle’s welcome their customers to enjoy margaritas and markdowns, refreshments, modeling, drawings for gift certificates and take a spin on The Wheel of Fashion.



Each customer that spends $200 will get a chance to spin the Wheel of Fashion and win fabulous prizes. With each spin beautiful scarves, watches, gifts and other Today’s accessories can be yours. Today’s Boutique will also feature a 32 percent discount on the Wheel of Fashion in honor of its 32 years in business.



With more than three decades of business behind them, Jim said, “The key to the stores success is simple. Our relationship together is No. 1. Everything that we have created and enjoyed with our customers at Today’s Boutique has come from our marriage of almost 33 years ago and our love of the fashion business.”



Add in tremendous employees, top-notch customer service and continually traveling to markets for the latest trends, and you have a winning formula. Today’s Boutique, at 4433 Commons Drive East 103, has been a mainstay in the Destin community and the Dettles are looking forward to continued success.



In fact, their daughter Kristin is about to graduate in Retail and Fashion Merchandising at Florida State University.



“Kristin really loves this business and we are looking forward to having her back with new ideas. Kristin is no stranger to Today’s Boutique as she already worked with us eight years before college.”



We are so grateful and fortunate,” Jim said with a chuckle. “We would like to see this continue for another 30 years and beyond into the next generation.”