Caroline Boggan (left) and Carrie Holub hunt for fresh styles for The Cottage and The Cabin clothing store on a recent buying trip to Vancouver. Watch the Facebook page for the latest updates on the new store opening in Courtenay this spring!

Caroline Boggan (left) and Carrie Holub hunt for fresh styles for The Cottage and The Cabin clothing store on a recent buying trip to Vancouver. Watch the Facebook page for the latest updates on the new store opening in Courtenay this spring!

Spring cleaning means silly savings at this clothing store!

The Cottage and The Cabin bring quality styles to the Comox Valley

It might be a small town store, but Comox’s The Cottage and The Cabin have big city style, bringing you men’s and ladies’ clothing under one roof.

“It’s pretty incredible — new customers come in and are impressed with our great selection. We have repeat customers from Vancouver, Alberta and Saskatchewan who come back to the store every summer when they’re vacationing in the Valley,” manager Caroline Boggan says.

When you shop at The Cottage and The Cabin you’ll find brands that you can’t find anywhere else in the Comox Valley, or even on Vancouver Island. The store likes to support local jewellery artisans and prioritizes eco-friendly brands that suit their West Coast clientele. Boggan and owner Carrie Holub work hard to fight disposable fashion trends by bringing in quality pieces that are made to last, and take buying trips to find the best brands for their customers.

“And it’s not just clothes — we have shoes, hats, bags and other stylish accessories,” Boggan says. The store’s customer service has a great reputation, so if you want a bit of moral support while you try on styles or need guidance getting a gift for your special someone, the staff is happy to help!

Valentine’s Weekend Silly Sale

This Valentine’s weekend The Cottage and The Cabin are clearing out stock to make room for spring fashions.

“We’re calling it the Silly Sale because the prices are going to be so ridiculous!” Boggan says.

Stop by the store and find silly prices on men’s and women’s fashions, footwear and accessories from all four seasons. The sale runs all Valentine’s weekend: Friday, Feb. 14 from noon to 8 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 16 from noon to 4 p.m.

New opportunities to shop

The Silly Sale isn’t the only thing in the works at The Cottage.

“We’re super excited that we’re going to have another store opening in Courtenay later this spring!” Boggan says. The new store means more space for stock, but it won’t just be a repeat of the current selection. “We’ll be carrying different brands so you’ll be able to find more options in the new store.”

Find a deal this weekend, and find a new wardrobe later this spring! Visit both The Cottage and The Cabin at 26A 215 Port Augusta Street in Comox, and keep an eye on their Facebook page for the latest news on the Courtenay Grand Opening!

 

 

 

 

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Kelly Broza and Cayli Hindmarch inside The Cottage and The Cabin in Comox. Stop by his Valentine’s weekend for silly savings!

Kelly Broza and Cayli Hindmarch inside The Cottage and The Cabin in Comox. Stop by his Valentine’s weekend for silly savings!

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