Curvitude Boutique is a fashion boutique that provides designer fashion and accessories for the modern woman with varying style preferences, for various occasions and body types. Curvitude caters to the full-figured, curvy women that ranges in sizes 12 to 32 and offers a trendy mix of premium fashion from well-known and established designers from New York to San Francisco, and new and emerging designers from Atlanta and Miami.
After serving her country for 20 years in the Army, in the communication field, with tours in Germany, Kuwait and Iraq Kimberly Beasley decided it was time to retire and finally pursue her aspiration for business. After careful research and planning, Curvitude Boutique opened its doors on the first Friday of June 2011, in the heart of downtown Augusta. It was a no brainer for Kimberly as she saw its potential for growth and uniqueness.
In addition to being an entrepreneur, Mrs. Beasley is a wife and a mother of 4 children. She is active in the local community, donating her time to several organizations such as Downtown Augusta Alliance (Board Director 2011-2012), Links, INC. Go Red for Women Fashion Show benefit for Heart Disease (2011-2014) and Amerigroup Community Baby shower (2013 and wardrobe assistant for several plays in the Augusta Community under Raisin AJ Productions. She plans to launch Curvitude Cares…a community service program that will adopt an elementary school, inspire, mentor, and educate young girls into entrepreneurship, and other community driven programs. She is also a graduate of Strayer University where she received her Bachelor's Degree in Business with an emphasis in Retail Management (2017). Curvitude Boutique aspires to be a pillar in the community and will continue to provide quality apparel and customer service to our clients.
“Thank you to every customer, friend, family member, fellow business owners, city leaders, and anyone that has ever shopped with, prayed for, or supported Curvitude Boutique in anyway within the last 6 ½ years. We are successful because of you. Thank you!” ~Kimberly Beasley