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COCO COUTURE 

Women's Clothier

About Us

 

   CoCo Couture was established in late Fall of 2016.  Both National and European designers sparked the interest of it's founder and quickly evolved into creating a clothier that was the forefront of sleek, sophisticated and intricate designs from around the world.  From specific focuses on designers that simulate a pattern of  melodramatic 16th Century design, intricate detailing in stitching, and contemporary flare with specific hues to compliment the season the founder had one key element and concern that stood out among the rest.....price point.  Bringing elite designers to the forefront of the Carolina's that had all those specific elements was a true obstacle.  After traveling to National fashion events to meet the designers face-to-face, CoCo Couture has mastered the art of carrying gorgeous designer apparel for women of all fashion taste at an exceptional price point.   In less than twelve months, CoCo Couture was named "Best of the City 2016" for the Best Boutique opening in the Queen City in 2016.  With a team of creative directors that serve as your personal wardrobe consultants, CoCo Couture has captured the essence of the highest achievement in fashion.  With a true passion for philanthropy, Coco Couture is involved in various charitable causes and truly enhances the essence of a "magical shopping experience." We would be delighted to help you in creating a wardrobe ensemble specific to your taste.  Please give one of our couture specialist a call to schedule your personal consultation ....always complimentary to our patrons


CoCo Couture was just awarded Small Business of the Year 2019 in our co0mmunity.  We are delighted and humbled by this award and thank each and everyone of our clients for their continued loyalty.



Published Wednesday, May 15, 2019
by William Russell


Business and Community leaders gathered at the Lake Norman Chamber to celebrate Small Business Week and recognize local small businesses who have excelled in their market. On hand to take part in each presentation were the Mayors of Huntersville, Davidson, and Cornelius. Elected leaders from the Town of Mooresville were involved in activities surrounding the tragic shooting of Officer Jordan Sheldon and could not be in attendance for the celebration.In a departure from recognizing one overall recipient, 2019 Chamber Board Chair Tricia Sisson stated that this year the Chamber was honoring a local Small Business in each local community served by the 900-member chamber of commerce. Recognized by the Chamber was Candace Bongiovanni, the owner of CoCo Couture – Lake Norman in Cornelius; Jerry Cook, owner and founder with his son-in-law, Doug Kropelnicki with A-1 Vacuum Solutions in Huntersville;  Dr. Seth Moliver with Moliver Chiropractic in Davidson; and owners Rick and Matt Dinkel of Tier One Graphics with locations in Mooresville and Cornelius. Sisson cited the accomplishments of each business including the strong involvement each has in the region giving back to their community that has allowed their business to prosper. The business owners were each provided an opportunity to share their thoughts on the recognition followed by comments from their respective mayors.Chamber President & CEO Bill Russell reminded everyone that a more detailed write up on the businesses will be available through the Chamber’s website at LakeNormanChamber.org.

These 6 women help build our community
March 27, 2019

Candace Bongiovanni is the owner of CoCo Couture in LKN. She has been in retail and design for over 20 years and has owned her own business for over 12 years. With a focus on women helping women, Bongiovanni hosts free events to help build up other women in the community. The next one features a hair and makeup session followed by a headshot.

“Being a woman of faith, my inspiration primarily come from daily devotions and [from] believing in using the tools God has given me to accomplish any task at hand,” Bongiovanni said.      https://www.charlottefive.com/6-women-build-community/

As Chanel once quoted, "Luxury must be comfortable. Otherwise, it is not luxury."