The Inspiration for Our Cherry Blossom Blog

September 26, 2017

The Inspiration for Our Cherry Blossom Blog

Sakora Linn, "Saki" to everyone close to her, is the ultimate inspiration for our boutique but her name too, has inspired us for the naming of our shop's blog - Cherry Blossom means something moving and immortal to the people of Japan (Saki's mom Laurin is half Japanese) and we felt how lovely to recognize that beautiful slice of our family's culture with a blog that speaks to all the gentleness that comes from the life and blooms of the cherry tree. 

At Sakora Linn Boutique we sincerely hope all our customers not only have a wonderful time shopping for amazing styles and have a blast saving money too, but we want to express each time you have chosen to spend your dollars with us that we appreciate you and do all we can to continue providing great customer service, select only the very best in trend-worth fashions and make sure we deliver exactly what you expect beautifully and with integrity... we too respect like the Japanese that life is beautiful and in the time we are on the planet Saki, Laurin and everyone at Sakora Linn share a commitment to value each of you, each and every day. 

Saki wanted to share a personal note to everyone...

Ever since I was a little girl I knew I wanted to open a fashion boutique. One of my first words as a toddler was “pretty” (said in a whisper according to my mom and my nana). Being in the mall every day while my Mom and Nana worked in their boutique I was exposed to retail at a very young age. I especially loved the holidays and seeing how happy the customers were when they found that perfect gift for the people they love. I really did love everything about spending time with the women who came in to see the shop. My mom even kept a basket of toys for me to share with their kids while the moms shopped!

I always knew I would one day be an entrepreneur and I’m so excited that you’ve decided to join me on that journey!


Sakora Linn

Domo arigato (thank you so much)!

Fragility and beauty of the cherry blossom by Homaro Cantu.


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