Going on a trip? Maybe a shopping spree? Or just in dire need for additions to your wardrobe? Sugar Skull Boutique is the place to go located at 125 Thunderbird.
The owner of Sugar Skull, Pamela Gandara, first started out selling clothes directly from her house to her different friends and acquaintances. The demand grew so much, that she decided to open up a physical store. You may be asking yourself, why the name? For Pamela, a sugar skull, a candy normally found around the time of Dia de los Muertos, represents her Mexican identity.
One year and a half later, Sugar Skull is a successful boutique accessible for everyone at any age, yes you don't have to be in your 20s to give them a visit. Sugar Skull tries to cater to the El Paso community by staying on the newest trends. If you take a visit, you will be able to able to find anything from casual and fun to a little more formal and cocktail party ready. They have providers from all over the world to be able to give you only but the best in very accessible prices.
Sugar Skull tries its hardest to cater to its customers by giving them the most personalized service possible. Their goal is to constantly provide customers with new clothes, and they achieve this by restocking new items every two weeks. This means you can make frequent visits and always find something new. If there is anything specific that you are looking for or want them to keep a lookout for you, you can always talk to Pamela and she will be glad to help you out.
There are many plans for the future for Pamela. As the time has passed, Sugar Skull has grown so much that what at first seemed like a big location is now looking a little small. The demand from customers and their goal to keep providing El Paso with new items is making Pamela think of plans of expansion. Not only may there be a new location in the near future, but Pamela also wants to venture into other boutiques that will provide the community with even more variety for every situation.
Don't hesitate any longer to go take a visit and follow them on social media (PS you can always reserve something you like on social media and then go to the store to pick it up!).