After nine years at their Liebig Street premise, the Dubois family is heading in a new direction.
The boutique will open their new store at 93 Kepler Street in the coming weeks and focus on bridal and debutante gowns and jewellery with a select range of gifts.
Pam Dubois is excited about the next chapter of the business
"I love weddings so much," she said.
"The new store will have a more intimate space to allow me to concentrate on appointments with my brides.
"Styles have definitely changed as people buy depending on what they love and not what they think they should have. For debutantes we're seeing young girls wear older-style gowns."
With almost a decade in the wedding industry, Mrs Dubois has the resources and knowledge to find her customers their dream dresses for their special day.
One of their top stockists is White April, who recently achieved world-wide recognition on the cover of a United Kingdom magazine 'Bridal Buyer', shares their latest design with Dubois Boutique as part of their annual trunk show.
"People don't need to go to Melbourne to get a different dress, we can find it here," she said.
Mrs Dubois completed a fashion design course where she learnt the art of making garments from a block pattern and silk screening.
The family moved to Warrnambool in 2001 and opened Dubois Boutique on Fairy Street in 2005.
When the Dubois opened their doors at 196 Liebig Street in 2011, they never could have imagined where they would be today.
The family renovated and furnished the upstairs apartment for holidaymakers and couples to spend their wedding night.
The three Dubois daughters have also paved their way into the wedding, photography and videography industries.
The Liebig and Raglan corner building's iconic windows always intrigued passers with many stopping to discuss which gown they would choose for their own big days.
"I've fitted girls for the debs and now I'm getting some of them back as brides," Mrs Dubois said.
"It is a very rewarding and wonderful experience being part of such a special time in people's lives.
"It has been a privilege and we thank all our customers for their support over the years as they have kept us here by shopping local.
"I'm looking forward to moving into a more boutique style of bridal.
"It's going to be beautiful."
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