She continued to chase that feeling and when she was 21 years old she sold her mustang for $4,OOO and started her own clothing retail business called Deja Vu. Brimming with ambition and determination, she hit the road and began selling young women’s apparel at Alabama country clubs and sorority houses from Auburn to Tuscaloosa. With an uncanny eye for fashion and a devotion to customer satisfaction, Stephanie soon found herself with a loyal following. Fast-forward to today and Stephanie oversees and owns two Florida boutiques in Panama City and Seaside.
My new obession, in the fashion world, is Judith March collections!
The clothing is very unique and perfect for dressing up or down! I have found many Judith March dresses located at “Julies,” a boutique at Birkdale Village in Huntersville. Her pieces have an average price tag making it affordable and trendy. The founder of Judith march is Stephanie Nichols and her biography is below some of the fabulous samples of clothing she has crafted.
With a mind that is always racing, and a work ethic that is unrivaled, Stephanie has been imagining the perfect outfit since the first grade. But when nearly 20 years of experience and searching failed to meet her expectations, she poured a life’s worth of talent, experience and passion into creating her own clothing line (Judith March) where she now relishes the opportunity to bring her imagination to life on a daily basis.Born and raised in Brundidge, Alabama, Stephanie began tinkering with her outfits as early as kindergarden. Her mom encouraged her daughter’s fierce creative side and fostered a childhood of painting, designing, modeling, music and dance. In the third grade, Stephanie began painting and selling ceramics at local arts and crafts shows and found the experience exhilarating.