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Whispering Falls

WOW! WOW! WOW! 2014 started of with a BANG!
The Whispering Falls clothing line at the Beach Peach Boutique is flying off the shelves! I'm so excited everyone is loving the clothes as much as I am.

Here I am in the June Tunic in Black. It's so comfortable!

HERE is where the fun begins! I'm holding a contest for the next twenty four hours where YOU get to name this tunic in the clothing line. How fun is that? All you have to do is put your suggestion in the comment section! I will pick a winner! Not only is the tunic going to have the name you suggested, but I'm going to give you the tunic and a $10 gift card from the Beach Peach Boutique so you can purchase anything from the line you want!!!

Be sure to VISIT the Beach Peach Boutique for the entire WHISPERING FALLS clothing line by clicking HERE.
Okay! What do you think we should name this awesome ruffled sleeve brown tunic?



  1. The Official Cures and Ruffles Hidden Hall Tunic

  2. I would suggest....Twilight Whisper.
    Reminds me of an evening walk with a gentle breeze blowing.

  3. A magical cure to be stylish!!

    Kelly Dove

  4. Tonya Tunic, Whispering ruffles tunic (Because of the way the fabric feels against the skin...) Feather Light, Woodland tunic, Woodsy Ruffles, hope it is ok that I made a few suggestions... Love the clothing line btw!

  5. Autumn Mocha or
    brown sunset.
    or Dazzle me Brown

  6. Magical Moments Tunic or Magical Moments Ruffle Tunic depending on how much description is wanted in the name of the tunic.

    Amy Moore

  7. think Warm Breeze or Truffle Delight

  8. Madam Torres' Tunic, or The Torres Tunic

  9. I think it should be the Isadora Tunic

  10. Congratulations to Mary Edwards!!! Your name CHARMING RUFFLES WINS!!!!! YAY!!! You are going to get one for you and a $10 gift cards!!! Congrats!!!!


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