Boutique to focus on young girls and women

Tony and Christine
Dishop, owners of Timeless Boutique. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)

For Chris Dishop, the secret to enduring beauty is individuality – a quality she hopes clients will
embrace at her new store, Timeless Boutique.
The women and children’s clothing store on West Wooster offers "unique clothing for unique
personalities" in sizes ranging from kids’ to plus, jewelry and other accessories.
The other half of the store is a "hair care area" that provides hair and makeup services as
well as manicures, pedicures and airbrush tanning for fashion shows, party packages and other
The shop’s grand opening on Saturday will show all it has to offer with a fashion show at noon, hair
products and makeup provided by Paul Mitchell Academy, music by DJ Drake Doren and a performance by the
dancers of Julie’s Dance Studio.
Dishop, a licensed cosmologist, branched out from the salon world to start her new business, which
"has been simmering" in her mind for years.
"It’s a different concept," Dishop said. "I wanted to come in at a different angle to
provide what I feel is a needed service for girls and young women – a place to kick their shoes off and
feel comfortable."
With her party packages and weekly beauty sessions set up like a "young girls’ youth group,"
Dishop hopes girls will bond and feel included while learning how to do their hair and makeup.
"It’s so hard growing up. Girls tend to feel like they need to be like so-and-so to be
accepted," she said. "Here, we’re going to provide them the atmosphere where they can be
creative and fun."
Dishop has created several party packages to serve clients for different occasions.
Brides-to-be can bring in their own hairstylists to prepare their wedding party, women can enjoy a
"ladies’ night out" and small children can have a "princess party" to emulate their
favorite Disney princesses.
Dishop’s husband, Tony, who also owns BG Southside Motors, believes Timeless Boutique is a fresh addition
to the city.
"You can go bowling for a birthday party in Bowling Green … what else can you do? Here you can have
everything plus their cake and ice cream in the back party room," he said. "No one else in
town offers this stuff for kids."
Once a month, the store will host pajama parties during which customers can enjoy 10 dollar airbrushing
and 20 percent off marked clothing while being served popcorn in their pajamas and slippers.
Keeping her own experiences as a teenager in mind, Dishop hopes the store and its services make a
positive impact on teenage clients.
"I just really want to build their confidence and let them know that they’re all beautiful no matter
what, you know, shape, size," she said. "We are walking pieces of art and they need to know

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