Business Spotlight: Anchor Chic Consignment
Small businesses and the people who own and work in them are the heart of our Edmonds community. To keep our downtown thriving, it’s more critical than ever that we think local first.
In this new series, we will be highlighting independently-owned businesses, and learn more about the folks that make them run!
Meet Elizabeth Le-Johnson from Anchor Chic Consignment
What is your favorite part of your business?
Our wonderful customers!
Why did you start your business?
I love the fashion resale industry and like the challenges of entrepreneurship. I also enjoy the creative freedom of owning my own business and the flexibility it offers.
Why did you choose Edmonds for your business?
Downtown Edmonds was the perfect choice for my women’s resale boutique. The walkable downtown is vibrant year round and I loved the idea of being surrounded by other locally owned shops and restaurants.
What is unique about your business?
Anchor Chic customers can expect a welcoming environment, excellent customer service and a wide selection of current well curated styles and trends (that change daily). We take the circular economy seriously and are proud to be a green business.
Why should people do business with you?
When people shop at Anchor Chic they are supporting an independently operated woman-owned business. Shopping local keeps money in the community and also helps grow other businesses in the downtown core.
What are you currently doing differently during this time?
Anchor Chic takes safety for our customers and staff seriously. Masks are required, customers use hand sanitizer upon entry and dressing rooms are cleaned after each use. We are able to accommodate shoppers based on square feet and are open Monday – Saturday from 11am – 4pm.
Tell us a fun fact about yourself!
I love cats!
Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about your business?
Anchor Chic is proud to support local women’s charities including Snohomish County YWCA Dress for Success, and Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County.
Anchor Chic Consignment
529 Dayton Street
Years in business: 4
Photos by Matt Hulbert