#Girl Boss

Heather Sanders owner of Sorella Boutique

She is a boss mom of two and the CEO and co-founder of Sorella Boutique located on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, CA. You can also purchase her items online.

She is also known for her #GirlsTour campaign and movement, which was created to promote and encourage strong, fearless and independent women of all ages.

Nichole Lynel owner of ShopNicholeLynel

She is a model turned businesswoman. In under two years, Lynel built her very own multi-million dollar online boutique, ShopNicholeLynel. Along with her boutique, Lynel has decided to pass on all of the knowledge she has accumulated by creating a ‘Boss Chic 101’ course. The signature event travels across the nation equipping the next generation of women entrepreneurs.

Milan Harris owner of MilanoDiRouge

Her brand, MilanoDiRouge has notably become one of the most popular boutiques on Instagram as celebrities such as: Cardi B, Meek Mill, and Monica Brown have been spotted wearing pieces. Harris is a prime example of what hard work and dedication can bring you. She offers pieces for both men and women and her clothing consists of dresses, sweatsuits, t-shirts, and accessories.

Anaya Roderick owner of Nayavista

A style maven, influencer and the owner of her very own boutique, Nayavista. Roderick’s brand offers jewelry, handbags, sunglasses, and hair extensions. While she is passionate about fashion, she has also created a space for her supporters to feel comfortable coming to her for advice and she continuously feeds her timeline with positivity through her Youtube channel and podcast.

Are you thinking of starting a online boutique?

The #GirlBoss startup kit, below you will find everything you need, need to know and were to purchase.

1. Vendor of your choice (supplying the items you plan to purchase)

2. Choose your postal service you plan to ship threw, tip: (USPS) United States Postal Service is always cheaper.

3. Set up an account with USPS online, they save you some money when you pre-pay online.

4. Purchase a label printer

5. Purchase poly mailers

6. Purchase extra shipping labels

7. Purchase a shipping scale

8. Purchase shipping tape

9. Purchase wrapping tissue paper

*Please Note* Anything lightweight can ship first class, anything heavy should be shipped threw flat rate envelopes or boxes. The rule is (if it fit, it ships)

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