Every year the Boston A-List announces nominees for the best small businesses in the area. With over 225 categories and thousands of nominees, this is the city of Boston’s chance to cast their vote for what they deem the best of the best.
This year, Vamped Boutique has been nominated for Best Women’s Boutique along with 46 of their fellow industry peers. Originally founded as an online women’s clothing store in 2011, Vamped Boutique specializes in young women’s contemporary clothing, shoes and accessories. Whether strolling through their Saugus, MA store or browsing through their online shop, visitors are introduced to a mix of trendy, chic and edgy styles from some of the most well-known clothing brands.
What makes this Boston clothing store so unique is that they will re-stock their most popular items and always have promotional codes customers can use to get great deals. Co-owners Andrea Belschner and Lauren Maloney are always keeping their eyes out for the latest fashion trends and will often go off the beaten path to find unknown yet stylish brands to introduce to their customers.
“We want our customers to have a unique experience here at Vamped,” said Andrea Belschner, co-owner at Vamped Boutique. “Our goal is to give our customers a stylish outfit that works best for them.”
This isn’t Vamped Boutique’s first appearance on the coveted list; they were also nominated for the same category back in 2014. This year, the Boston A-List features more than 4,547 local businesses. Nominations for this year were released on May 6th with public voting opening May 9th. Users are able to cast online votes for multiple businesses but must do so before voting ends on June 12th.
“We make sure our customers leave happy and loving their fabulous new outfits,” said Lauren Maloney, co-owner at Vamped Boutique. “We’re so honored to be nominated this year for Best Women’s Boutique and want to thank our wonderful customers for their unwavering support.”
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