As featured in the Valley Breeze and Woonsocket Call newspapers, Geraldine Barclay-King is an entrepreneur, community leader, and now also the “Head Bluffa-Jo” of Geri's Bluffing Boutique (www.bluffingboutique.com)
The concept of Geri’s Bluffing Boutique comes from Geraldine’s Liberian (West African) roots. The word “Bluffing” denotes the desire to not only “look good” but to “feel good”. It’s used by Liberians when one might not be feeling their best but uses fashion as a way to project confidence and positivity.
During these challenging times when things might not be so good, Geraldine wanted to make a difference. That difference would later become “Geri’s Bluffing Boutique”, a “feel good” retail shopping experience.
This experiential retail concept would create a platform for others to have access to the African culture. Geraldine’s sense of style, event planning skills and background in Travel Tourism allows her the opportunity to create the ultimate retail experience. Upon entering this African themed boutique, one will be invigorated with vibrant colors, unique styles, handmade fashion accessories, art pieces, music and gifts for all.
Wait, it doesn’t end there.. the experience at “Geri’s Bluffing Boutique also allows shoppers to flaunt their unique fashion and “feel good” at the selfie station.
Read the full Valley Breeze article on Geri here