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End of an era as clothing store prepares to close its doors

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Never E'Nuff Clothes owner Carole Hecht will close her doors at the end of the month.
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A longtime fashion institution on the Peninsula will be closing its doors at the end of the month.

Never E’nuff Clothes owner Carole Hecht announced her decision in March, noting that she plans to travel and spend time with her grandchildren.

The store has been located in Peninsula Village for 17 years.

“I’ve had so many people come in and say how sad they are that I’m leaving,” Hecht said. “I will miss all my clients and just want to say thank you for their support over the years.”

 

 

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