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Sole Sisters talks Fashions Night Helena

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Sole Sisters in Downtown Helena has been the go to place for fashionable clothing and shoes for over 15 years, and they are participating in the upcoming event Fashions Night Helena on September 12th.

Two sisters own this trendy clothing store which originally was established as a shoe store, hints the name Sole Sisters. Over the years the boutique has brought on clothing and really created a "New Mecca" for people in Helena to find fashionable clothing and shoes.

Now on their third and largest location in the heart of Downtown Helena on Last Chance Gulch, Sole Sisters draws people in off the street all day long, and people come back for their fashionable taste and friendly service. Sole Sisters is not only excited to participate for Fashions Night Helena, but even more excited for the new merchandise coming out this season.

"We will have a store full of brand new product and it will be fun. This whole staff is excited and there is a lot of boots out there this year, boots everywhere, so we will have a lot of new boots. Like I said a whole bunch of new product in the store for that night." says store owner Gerry Hanson. 

Being one of the go to places for locals, Sole Sisters is looking forward to a fashion event in Helena.

"We are really excited to participate in Fashions Night Helena, it has been going on for several years in New York and we are excited to bring it to Helena. So we have plans to have live models in the store that evening and we invite everyone to come down and enjoy a signature cocktail here at the store and get dressed up with their friends and enjoy a night of shopping. says store owner Kim Garrity. 

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