Thursday, April 20, 2017

Real Housewives Of Cheshire Star Tanya Bardsley Opens Her Own Boutique In Wilmslow!

Tanya Bardsley is following the footsteps of fellow Housewives' Kyle Richards and Melissa Gorga as the Real Housewives of Cheshire star has launched her own boutique in Wilmslow - selling her very own lines of candles, jewelry and even bottles of positivity spray, which are priced at £35 a bottle.



“Yes, I could probably do with spraying them all over with positive energy. Although I think some of them are going to need a bucket of it,” joked Tanya about her co-stars needed some of her positivty spray due to all drama going on the ITVBe hit reality series. “But I have to tell you, the rows only get worse. Unfortunately when you see the girls every day it’s hard not to get tangled up in it all.”

While the drama on The Real Housewives of Cheshire has been pretty intense on the current season, Tanya’s store is all about positivity - and her mantra of “turning dreams into reality”.

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Every item sold in store comes with instructions on how we can ALL make those dreams a reality, a topic super-glam Tanya wrote her own entire book about, which is also on sale in store.

Tanya teamed up with Cheshire entrepreneur Stephanie Ledigo in launching the Tanya Bardo Boutique on Grove Street in Wilmslow.

Fans will see the glitzy launch event, attended by Tanya’s fellow housewives, featured at the finale of the show, towards the end of May on ITVBe.

“I’ve always wanted to do this, and when this shop came up it was such a prime local site,” she told Manchester Evening News. “I want to help others to make their dreams become a reality and that’s what the store is all about.”

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Items include candles from £7, Tanya’s very own jewelry collection with angel wings in the shape of a heart from £30 to £97, and gratitude pebbles for £5 a bag.

“The pebble comes from when I had literally no money, I used to carry a pebble around and rub it to remember to always be grateful for what I had,” she says.

The shop is decorated whites and creams, with a green turf like carpet and rather splendid white thrones, and bold Bardo lettering.

The boutique is open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, and 12-4pm on Sundays.

Photo Credit: Manchester Evening News

Source/Photo Credit: Manchester Evening News

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