Black Westchester Power Hour – Episode 024, Monday, May 4, 2020 with Damon K. Jones and AJ Woodson Our guest Louisa McTurner discussing her Black-Owned Boutique, Weezie D Ladies Boutique receiving a non-court ordered 30-day notice and being forced out despite state eviction moratorium. Listen to her tell her story.
BW Entertainment Feature Writer Samantha Hunter included Weezie D in her column ‘These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things” in Black Westchester’s January 2018 issue of the newspaper.
The place to “find a wide variety of fun, flirty designer-inspired dresses, fashion-forward tops, must-have handbags, and up-to-the-minute accessories at this trendy yet classic boutique for fashionable women of all ages and budgets,” – Westchester Magazine
Weezie D. offers everything from women’s clothing to jewelry, handbags, scarves, and hair accessories, and is Westchester’s premier one-stop-shop for trendy women of many ages. Weezie D. opened in 2005 in Bronxville, New York, and just celebrated its 15-year anniversary this past October.
The quaint boutique shop has been named Best of Westchester in the
Ladies Clothing Store category for three years –2014, 2015, and 2017. The shop participates in community service including its Holiday Toy Drive benefiting Providence House in New Rochelle. Throughout the year it also hosts several “Sip & Shop” events for local non-profit organizations and donates proceeds of sales to each organization.
The shop’s mantra is “Get out of the Box and Into Weezie D.” Watch News 12 coverage and for those who want to support this business, make a donation at her GoFundMe page. You can also support Weezie D by going to their website www.weezied.com