Then and Now open

The Then and Now fashion boutique has opened in the Harvest Centre Mall on Highway 97 in Lake Country.

The Then and Now fashion boutique has opened in the Harvest Centre Mall on Highway 97 in Lake Country.

Owned by mother and daughter team Monique Kaetler and Michole (Micky)

Goutier, the shop is very versatile, offering high-end, top quality new, used and consignment clothing.

Some brands carried are Joseph Ribkoff, Guess and Burberry.

The boutique also features accessories, shoes, scarves, belts and jewelry. Kaetler is with Century 21 Assurance Realty and you might remember Micky from her time working at Mickie’s Pub in the Ramada Hotel while she was studying for her teacher’s degree, which she now has. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday, call 250-808-0305.

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