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Orlando, Fla. (May 5, 2016) – Downtown Orlando is gaining an exciting new option for shoppers looking for retro and vinti-modern inspired clothing at affordable prices. Ashley Bolling will be celebrating the grand opening of the store front boutique “Closet Freekz” with a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 20th, 2016 at 7:30pm. The store is located in downtown Orlando at the brand new 420 Building on 420 E. Church Street. The brick and mortar store offers a curated selection of vintage and modern apparel for both men and women.
“We have something for everybody, from vintage treasures that include military attire, athletic gear, ethnic print items as well as denim classics, to the most current fashion trends.”, states Ashley, the owner and founder. “We like to think of our Closet Freekz customers as the recycling generation of trend-setters, pulling off whatever unique fashions that suit their evolving mood”.
With the 2-year success of its online retail website, Closet Freekz continues to provide their clients with a unique seasonal selection of clothing with a heavy emphasis on unisex attire. The store is stocked with a seasonal rotation of both handpicked vintage and a highly curated selection of designs, giving their clients truly unique items that can’t be found elsewhere. The new location offers ease of access with ample parking, making the store fully accessible to all demographics of shoppers. It also is centrically positioned between the new building’s Snap Art gallery, blending a fresh, new, creative culture of Art, Music, Fashion and Conversation into to the Downtown Art district.
You can shop Closet Freekz’s collection here – http://www.shopclosetfreekz.com or have a personal experience in store at 420 E. Church Street, Orlando Florida 32801.

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About Closet Freekz
The Closet Freekz brand is visceral; it has always been about freedom of expression, unique styles, and a specific sound. The company brand is synonymous with independence and self-expression. Its main goal is to provide unique and high-quality items that remain fashionable for years to come. In store or online, Closet Freekz motto has always been “Style + Music + Conversation.” This new location offers them the chance to combine all of these elements into a real life, physical experience for their clients.

Closet Freekz also provides services such as Style Assessments, personal shopping, and special ordering to customers during store hours and personal styling appointments. Style Concierges that can provide full wardrobe looks on request, for last minuet events or occasion made instantly available in store for pick up or doorstep delivery on site to your location. Closet Freekz’s innovative Style Assessments helps their customers develop their own personal flair as it also enhances their reputation as a truly unique boutique.

About Ashley Bolling
Closet Freekz is the brainchild of Ashley Bolling who started the company as an online retailer in October 2014 selling her personal collection of clothing. At 24 years old, Ashley sourced, shot, and shipped her wardrobe pieces to consumers worldwide. As an early e-retail pioneer in the social media arena, she used word-of-mouth and social platforms exclusively to build her brand and communicate with customers and fans. Ashley graduated from UCF with a Bachelors of Science in Communications in May 2012. During her time there she was a student-athlete for the university competing on the Women’s Track and Field Team as a sprinter and hurdler. Shortly after graduation, Ashley joined the US Army and is currently finishing out her contract this year servicing a local Reservist Command in Orlando as a SRP Deployment specialist.

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