Rancho Relaxo, a fashion, jewelry and clothing and apparel store based in Rancho Mirage announced the launch of its updated e-commerce site to provide a new and improved online shopping experience for customers in the California and beyond. The company aims to support local crafts.
The company offers various retail items, ranging from men’s and women’s apparel to skincare and garden decorations. Customers can buy higher-end products and also make use of Rancho Relaxo’s budget-friendly options.
Rancho Relaxo also sells items made by local artists and craftspeople in California. There is a dedicated section on the website for this, with items from dresses to jewelry and hand sanitizer available.
Besides clothing and apparel, Rancho Relaxo also sells a range of other products. Customers can use the website to buy bedroom items like pillows and towels and accessories like hats and scarves. Website visitors can also find sunglasses, reading glasses and face masks along with stuffed animals, books, and puzzles – plus other games.
The latest announcement is in line with the company’s commitment to promoting authentic craftwork while also supporting local creators.
Rancho Relaxo was founded in 2019 by Stella Adena. She made a career change into fashion and worked for major brands like Liz Claiborne and Ralph Lauren. The company has a land-based presence in Rancho Mirages.
Commenting on the launch of the updated e-commerce site, Adena said: “Online shopping is a growing trend in the US, and for those who can’t come and visit our store in Rancho Mirage, we wanted to find a way to provide high-quality customer service and long-lasted products.
“Style is an expression of who you are. We believe you should have access to all your favorite brands no matter where you are. And beyond that, we also believe that craftspeople who dedicate endless time and passion into their work should be rewarded and promoted.”
Readers interested in finding out more about Rancho Relaxo’s e-commerce store can do so at https://instagram.com/ranchorelaxoca.