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‘Fabulous finds at fabulous prices.’ Not Too Shabby gets new owner, and chances are, you know her.

Updated: Nov 26, 2023


Lea Contreras (right) is the new owner of Not Too Shabby Consignment Boutique. She is pictured with former owner Sherry Jacks.

Lea Contreras is the proud new owner of Not Too Shabby, a popular consignment boutique located in Stephenville's Bosque River Center.


Putting her love of fashion and community to work, Lea said she couldn’t pass up the chance to purchase the business.

“I’ve shopped and consigned at Not Too Shabby for years,” Lea told Beneath the Surface News. “Sherry (Jacks) has created a beautiful atmosphere where, in her words, ‘kindred spirits found fun, joy, peace and lots of fantastic finds at fabulous prices.’


“My goal is to continue on with that same vision, providing a fun and affordable shopping experience and building special relationships along the way.”

Building relationships and working with the community is something Lea is familiar with. She is vice president of the Stephenville Chamber of Commerce, a role she plans to keep.


Not Too Shabby carries home décor and clothing for men, women and children. It also carries name brands like Kendra Scott, Brighton and Kade Spade.


“We even get Louis Vuitton on occasion,” Lea said. "New items are put out every day."

The retailer also offers "come back bucks," which never expire.


So stop by while you’re out shopping for the holidays; you might just stumble upon an unexpected treasure.




1 comentário


caponenipo88
29 de abr.

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