New boutique offers fashion and fun in Brighton

Belen Ward
bward@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 1/12/23

The owners of My Local Boutique women's clothing hope their store becomes the place where Brighton ladies to dress to impress, but also to enjoy the downtown.

Erica and Justin Horiuchi, owners, …

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New boutique offers fashion and fun in Brighton

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The owners of My Local Boutique women's clothing hope their store becomes the place where Brighton ladies to dress to impress, but also to enjoy the downtown.

Erica and Justin Horiuchi, owners, invited the community to a Jan. 10 ribbon-cutting ceremony at the store, at 5 North Main St.

"I hope to grow and expand and offer a place for people to come have fun, get a unique outfit, maybe stay in Brighton or grab a bite to eat downtown and make it a destination and a great experience for everybody," said Erica Horiuchi.

The boutique has a selection of women's clothes, shoes, accessories, and jewelry. The women's clothing is unique, from business to casual, classic, relaxed, comfortable, elegant chic, and western wear.

Erica and Justin lived in the Commerce City area for about 15 years. Justin's family has been in the farming community for generations in Brighton, so they decided to move to the area to be close to family.

Erica worked in the telecom industry, and due to the stresses of the corporate world, she had been exploring ideas for her own business for a few years that she was passionate about to keep her going until retirement.

"I decided to go back to my retail days of fashion, helping people with their fashion needs and to do a little personal shopping and confidence building," Erica said.

With that in mind, she was inspired to open My Local Boutique in downtown Brighton. Erica said she tries to keep her prices down so customers can walk out wearing an excellent quality outfit for any occasion.

Her dreams come true with the help of her family, partners, and friends.

"I've met lots of new people in Brighton fellow business owners, the city government, and everyone has been so supportive in driving my success. It's a great place to be," Erica said.

"We are happy to have a local business investing in Brighton. I think Erica is going to be very successful on a very busy corner," said Brighton Mayor Greg Mills.

Call 303-916-1247 for more information.

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