The Times West Virginian

June 23, 2013

Sunshine’s Closet geared toward teen girls

By Jessica Borders
Times West Virginian

MANNINGTON — At Sunshine’s Closet, girls can find a variety of designer clothing and accessories at great prices.

Business owner Missi Smith opened the store at the end of March in the North Pointe Plaza in Mannington. The shop is located in the middle, corner spot in the plaza, with the front painted bright yellow.

Sunshine’s Closet is mostly geared toward teen girls. The business features new and slightly worn clothing, purses, tote bags, shoes, jewelry and more at prices that are affordable.

Customers can find clothes from sizes 0 to 17 in juniors, including items from Victoria’s Secret Pink, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, American Eagle and other popular brands. If someone is looking for a certain item in a particular size, Smith will try to find it for them.

She accepts donations of items and will provide slips for tax purposes.

“It’s all got to be in excellent condition,” Smith said of donations of used items.

She also buys merchandise straight out from people, has made connections through online yard sales and orders items from eBay. In addition, she gets jewelry from wholesale sites.

Smith, originally from Tyler County, has lived in Mannington for 23 years. All her family and her husband, Danny, are from the town.


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