Filling the gap

Filling the gap

Tennille Pointon is passionate about fashion, but recognises that a high price tag can sometimes be disheartening.

“I realised that Smithton had a gap in the market for mid to low range clothing items,” Tennille said.

Having been running her business Urban and Earth as an online store out of her home, sales were steady, but walking up the main street one day she noticed a small shop front had opened up.

“We saw the empty shop front and we thought, that would be brilliant.”

From there she enquired with the real estate agents and the rest is history.

Urban and Earth now stock clothes for men and women alike and have a wide range of stylish plus size items on offer. 

There a plenty of sleek and stylish choices as well as dashes of colour to make your wardrobe pop.

Tennille also hand makes her own scented soy wax candles to stock, a passion she has nurtured for a long time.

To find out more, pop in and say hello! The shopfront is open weekdays from 9am until 5pm as well as Saturday mornings from 9am until 1pm.

Tennille Pointon has opened a shopfront for Urban and Earth on Emmett Street, a business she had previously run out of her own home as an online store.


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