- 1A small store selling fashionable clothes or accessories.More example sentences
- The circle of chic establishments includes boutiques that sell fancy clothes, and lots of places to take your mummy for lunch.
- The bags are being sold in Miami boutiques and art museum shops.
- The magazine will be ‘distributed free in clothes shops, boutiques, pubs and cinemas’ and the first issue has a picture of a giant pigeon on the front cover.
- 2A business that serves a sophisticated or specialized clientele: a small investment boutique [as modifier]: a boutique filmMore example sentences
- It is interested in offering boutique money management services to business clients.
- How much a business owner ends up paying a boutique investment banker can vary wildly.
- We've seen the campaign profession grow from a boutique business to a mature, thriving industry.
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- This area of Uruguay reminds me of the Hamptons, near New York: same ocean, same boutiquey feel.
- I'm thinking the routes would be past all the cute boutiquey parts of all the major cities in the U.S.
- Another recent addition to L.A. is the Grove, an outdoor mall, which has your basics as well as department stores and more boutiquey shops.
mid 18th century: French, literally 'small shop', via Latin from Greek apothēkē 'storehouse'. Compare with bodega.
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