Andover Boutique Celebrates One Year in BusinessLulu’s in Andover has been open for one year and they will be celebrating in style this Saturday 28th November, with a champagne tea party complete with live entertainment!

The boutique in Waterloo Court sells a variety of ladies clothing and accessories inspired by country living, including well known lifestyle brands such as White Stuff, Brakeburn and Braintree. From jeans and organic cotton t-shirts to silk and cashmere mix knitwear, coats and jackets, fur headbands, pretty scarves and leather boots and bags to tweed purses, slippers, bamboo socks and elegant jewellery, Lulu’s is a haven for ladies looking for a relaxed, casual shopping experience in Andover.

Owner Louise Ellison takes pride in sourcing good quality products at surprisingly reasonable prices, it’s no wonder they have attracted quite a following over the last 12 months.

“I’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported us since we opened last year. Feedback has been fantastic, and it’s an absolute pleasure to come to work each day. We have quite a few regular customers who have been very loyal to us from the beginning, and helping to spread the word about Lulu’s, we recently launched a loyalty scheme to reward our frequent shoppers with a generous discount. Being in a secondary position away from the High Street, we still have a lot of work to do to let people know where we are, Saturdays celebrations are the ideal opportunity for new customers to come and find us and enjoy the entertainment and special offers!”

The doors will open on Saturday at 11am and there will be a goody bag full of special discount vouchers along with a free gift for the first 25 people through the door! Tea, cake and fizz will be served and shoppers will be entertained by Steve Conway, a well-known rat-pack style vocalist.

A discount of 25% will be on offer for all purchases made on the day.

The mayor is expected to be in attendance at 12 noon.

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