Stay On Trend with Lulu's Boutique in Waverley Buildings, Andover

Lulu’s is a perfectly formed women’s clothing boutique in Waverley Buildings, Andover. Just off the High Street, in the walkway next to the Tesco Metro building, this is a must visit for any local lady looking to stay on trend and keep stylish and for any man needing presents for that special lady in his life!

Lulu’s is packed full of clothes and accessories, stocking a large selection of soft knits to see you through autumn and winter in a variety of styles and designs, along with a huge variety of mix and match clothing that is perfect for the season.

Lulu’s officially opened last week with the help from Mayor of Test Valley, Cllr Jan Lovell who praised Louise for bringing such a gem to Andover’s Town Centre.

Louise Ellison, owner of Lulu’s, stocks her shop after regular trips to London. Ensuring she listens to her customers, she regularly comes backs with boxes full of goodies, which are often snapped up quickly. Louise told Andover & Villages, “I really felt that Andover needed a clothing boutique that could provide local women with casual, comfortable clothes, without having to compromise on style, and that wouldn’t break the bank. Lulu’s has a wide range of casual clothes, jewellery and accessories, including one-off fashion statement items that you could dress up or down in for any party or function you are attending.”

Lulu’s is also a main stockist of the brand ‘Braintree’, an ethical clothing company that are proud of their philosophy: ‘to design and make beautiful, timeless fashion while caring for our environment’. Braintree clothing is made from a variety of sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics, such as bamboo, hemp and organic cotton.

A wide range of clothing, jewellery, scarves, hats, bags and gifts are waiting for you in Lulu’s. Do make sure you go and visit, and support your local independent stores.

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