Chloe Rose, a boutique clothing boutique in Dublin, Ireland, is closing its doors for good.
The business, which was established in 2015, has been on the shelves of the Dublin department store, Lidl and has been owned by the same family for over a decade.
Chloe Rose founder Lisa Kelly said that the closure of Chloe Rose was inevitable.
“The last thing we want is to be a casualty of a trend,” she told The Independent.
“We’ve always been a little bit more relaxed and a little more casual, and we’re happy to have been able to be open for a while now.”
It’s a bit like having your favourite dog and it’s not going to be there any more, but it’s just not the same.
“Ms Kelly said it was a decision she had made in order to focus on other businesses in her portfolio.
“But what is the point of having Chloe Rose if she’s not there anymore?” “
I think it’s great that I can put my family back into fashion and have a life outside of the fashion world,” she said.
“But what is the point of having Chloe Rose if she’s not there anymore?”
A spokesperson for LidL confirmed that the business had closed, but declined to comment further on the reasons for the closure.
The closure of the Chloe Rose clothing store came as a shock to many people, including Chloe Rose’s fans.
“It’s heartbreaking,” Chloe Rose said.
“I’m not even going to call it closure because there are people in the community who have been keeping me up at night.”
She added that she was still open to selling some of her other items, but was more interested in keeping the shop open.
“They’ll still be around, so that’s all that matters.”
The spokesperson also declined to say if Chloe Rose had any plans to reopen the Chloe Rise store.
“That’s not something we’ll be able to answer at this time,” they said.
ChloeRose’s closure follows that of ChloeRose, a clothing boutique chain in London that shut down last year.
The brand was founded by two sisters in 2014, Chloe Rose and Lucy Rose.
Lucy Rose said that her sister Lisa Kelly was behind the decision to close Chloe Rose.
“Lucy is a very good friend of mine, and has really taken care of me and my business since it was started,” she wrote in a statement on the ChloeRose website.
“She’s also a great fan of Chloe’s and is really happy that I’m leaving Chloe’s in her name.”
ChloeRose had been on its shelves in Ireland since the early 1990s.
In a statement to The Independent, ChloeRose said that it had had a “very successful run”.
“We are delighted to announce that Chloe Rose has closed, with the remaining stores in the Dublin and Lidly area,” it said.