Boutique 25 Grows Into a Showroom on Kingston Avenue

With a pop of a bottle of champagne, Chaya Delevkovitz (nee Nash) introduced her Boutique 25 outfits consignment retail outlet from humble beginnings in the basement of her parents’ property in Crown Heights to a new showroom on Kingston Avenue. Whole Story, Shots

By COLlive reporter
Pictures: Aharon Gellis/COLlive

Boutique 25, the women’s consignment gown rental shop, opened a attractive new showroom at 256 Kingston Avenue in Crown Heights on Monday.

With relatives and good friends present, owner Chaya Delevkovitz (nee Nash) popped open up a bottle of champagne and slice the ribbon of her new retailer, located involving S. Johns and Lincoln.

Standing along with her partner Yanky, Delevkovitz thanked Hashem and everyone current for aiding the retail store develop from its humble beginnings to the tasteful, upscale shop it is now.

She specially stated, “my dear mother and father Leibish and Choula Nash for being so supportive of every single component of my organization,” and her sister Leah Schapiro for staying “my unofficial enterprise coach around the decades.”

Delevkovitz begun Boutique 25 in the basement of her parent’s property 6 several years back. “Unused garments my friends no longer desired has turned into a boutique of significant excellent and trendy evening robes for just about every model,” she claimed.

Hearing from consumers about the have to have for robes for weddings and simchas, Delevkovitz immediately pivoted to give some 800 gowns representing a vast variety of hues and styles.

“It’s been my greatest honor to be a aspect of creating so lots of females and women feel gorgeous for their distinctive instances!” she claimed, mentioning how they provide night gowns for small children, teens, and adults.

In their new space, they will now be giving bridal robes with a private showroom and dressing spot. “We want our brides to really feel particular and pampered when they come to select their robe for the most distinctive day,” she mentioned.

“When I decide on attire to be extra to the store, I have higher standards because my target is not to have thousands of attire,” she clarifies. “I want every person to walk into my shop and see selections.”

“Everything is thoroughly tznius so there is no visualizing about how it will look and functioning at it to make it tznius,” she points out. “And anything is in design and style and in fantastic affliction. I’m frequently sifting as a result of and returning attire that really do not garner desire or are out of style.”

Delevkovitz states that she observed that some individuals uncover it tough to give their previously worn and owned dressed for consignment, which is why she introduced a seamless method.

“It’s your dress!” she points out the rule. “It’s yours to get again at any time (as extended as it is not staying rented by somebody at the identical time). So if you at any time want to don it once again, it’s yours to just take back.”

“More than that,” she adds, “I attempt to keep gowns in fantastic situation. There can be use and tear often, but I make certain that for renters and consignors, the dresses are in the greatest shape. Attire are additional repairable than we imagine, and quite a few individuals are involved about their costume getting ruined with just about every dress in, but most materials are fixable and appliqué can be switched all over and sequins can be bolstered.”

With a rising quantity of possibilities readily available right now, Delevkovitz states she performs to preserve rates aggressive while honoring the original selling price of the robe. “While I do have some better-finish items, the selling price is a portion of the unique charge,” she says. “Instead of paying out countless numbers of pounds on a gown for your simcha, you can rent a $2500 dress for a few hundred dollars.”

As described on, Boutique 25 is also regarded for a line of tichels that Delevkovitz commenced to build 2 yrs ago. “We have over 100 hues in unique types, and we’ve been growing our accessory line to involve beanies, wig bands, hair pieces, and girdles,” she suggests.


Boutique 25
256 Kingston Avenue (among S. Johns & Lincoln)

Design by Yanky Delevkovitz Design: 917-202-5166