Ally Fashion returns to Rockhampton
THE wait for arguably Rockhampton's most anticipated new retailer is over with Ally Fashion opening their doors at Stockland Rockhampton yesterday morning.
Loyal Ally Fashion customers have been crying out for the retailer to return to the Rockhampton region since the closure of their original store at Stockland last year.
Ally Fashion regional manager Liz Vasuian said the new launch had everyone excited including the new team members.
"The locals are responding extremely well which has been a success,” Ms Vasuian said.
"It's really great to see the new store complete and the buzz created on its first day.”
The Ally Fashion store has a new location between Noni B and Sussan, and Ms Vasuian said it also boasts a fresh, new look.
"Ally has taken on a new direction and look, not only with just with the on trend fashion available but also visible in the new store fitout's," she said.
This season's hottest looks this summer consist of, off shoulder dresses, cut off denim shorts, and coordinating accessories to complete the look, "we can't seem to keep up with the demand which is a huge credit to the team".
Ally Fashion Rockhampton currently feature a range of deals for Christmas including up to 50% off selected styles.
Ally Fashion is one of few retailers, providing quality women's fast fashion specialising in scouting the high streets and delivering on trend, affordable fashion to its customers.
The brand is renowned for delivering over 50 new styles per week into store and online and there is no sign of it slowing down, with locations nationwide and a strong presence in Queensland, a continue plan to grow Ally fashion has become a strong contender amongst retailers.
INITIAL: THE wait is over - Ally if finally here!
Stockland Rockhampton have this morning announced the long-awaited re-opening of Ally Fashion at their north Rockhampton centre.
The new store, which started welcoming customers this morning, is located next to Noni B and offers a fresh, bright look in comparison to the former store which closed over a year ago.
Earlier this year, Ally Fashion creative visual designer Angelique Cavallaro said the decision to move back to Rockhampton was a combination of the brand's popularity in the city and a general push to expand the brand across regional areas.
The company will hit 100 stores nationally by the end of 2016, with the aim to have opened 150 by mid-2017.