THE CLOSE TO YOU PHILOSOPHY
We believe that women of all ages and sizes should feel good about themselves and feel confident and beautiful in the clothes they wear. We provide our clients with the latest fashions that are both current and sophisticated, as well as the time-honored, classic pieces never to be without. Being a beach/resort town, we of course also have beautiful casual fashions and footwear for that relaxed evening out or walk on the beach.
Our team provides fashion and fit expertise in a fun, inviting atmosphere where you can be outfitted from head to toe. Our goal is for you to enjoy yourself, browse what we have to offer, get expert help in choosing the perfect fashions for you, and leave your visit with us looking and feeling your very best.
Close To You is over 4200 SF of gorgeous fashions, lingerie, and footwear located in beautiful Parksville, BC. It has grown from a tiny lingerie store of only 700 SF, specializing in bra fitting and hard to fit sizes, to dressing a woman from head to toe. Close To You is a destination store for locals and tourists alike. Take a look at our video here to see inside!
Our collections include those from Joseph Ribkoff, Frank Lyman, Sympli, Tommy Bahama, Neon Buddha, Marble, JS Boutique, Cutloose, Pure, Funsport, Jana, FDJ, Tru Luxe Jeans, Chalet, Spanner, Nygard, Prima Donna, Chantelle, Wacoal, Freya, Spanx, Hanky Panky, Fly London, Desigual, Bernie Mev, Franco Sarto, Blondo, Harley Davidson, Everybody, Mephisto, Mam’Zelle, and so many more for your delight! See the departments under Our Collections for a peek at what we have in store!
New Blog Post!
It started with a bike shop, then she moved on to a lingerie boutique, and now she’s built Parksville’s very own ‘mini department store’ featuring women’s clothing, lingerie, shoes and accessories. Then there’s the multitude of tourism and business organizations she’s been part of and president of, and she even served as Mayor of Parksville. Sandy Herle’s entrepreneurial success story is full of unparalleled hard work and dedication, some of which is shared in this wonderful article by the Parksville-Qualicum Beach News. Take a look in this blog post here!