Iconic Australian women's fashion brand, Black Pepper, was established in 1976 and has become known for innovative design, unique fabrications and a wide range of colours.
The Port Lincoln store opened six years ago to bring stylish, quality clothing to the ladies of Port Lincoln.
The team at Black Pepper, including new store manager, Lucia, pride themselves on spoiling their customers with a unique and honest shopping experience that will leave them feeling fabulous.
"We love the community and know our shop is a welcome stop for local ladies," they said.
"Everybody wants to sell you something, where we're different is, we're also there when our customers need a chat or a cuppa, Black Pepper really is like a family."
"At Black Pepper, we celebrate our customers and their life stage. In the current challenging times, that has been so important, not just in Port Lincoln, but across Australia and New Zealand where Black Pepper operates."
New store manager, Lucia, has been working in the retail industry for more than 30 years and knows the importance of making customers feel at home in her store.
She likes to provide a sense of belonging and of course, assist them to find the perfect wardrobe pieces for their lifestyle, whatever that might include.
Coming from the city initially, Lucia loves working in the community and supporting local ladies, she really does make it a fun, memorable time in store, representing the essence of the Black Pepper spirit.
Lucia says, "Nothing makes me happier than helping our local Black Pepper ladies come into the store whether they're looking for something in particular, or just to have a browse and walk out satisfied with her new purchase and with a smile on their face.
"I can't wait to welcome in, and meet the local Port Lincoln ladies."
"I'd love to officially invite them to drop in to say hi to myself and my fabulous team and experience the Black Pepper customer service we're famous for," she said.
The Port Lincoln Black Pepper store is located on the picturesque waterfront, not too far from the pier, at 51 Tasman Terrace.