Accessories




Editors’ Choice

SoleAmour, Andover

Standout Qualities: While this location is a must-visit for women’s footwear, it is also home to a wide variety of jewelry and accessories.

What’s Unique: Much of the jewelry you’ll see at SoleAmour are one-of-a-kind pieces. 

Insider Tip: While the accessories and shoe selections are vast, the shop also carries lifestyle items that make great gifts. 

Fun Fact: SoleAmour hosts trunk shows where customers can come and view collections from a favorite designer or be introduced to a new line.

10 Post Office Ave., Andover, 978-409-1541, soleamour.com

 

Readers’ Choice

Aine’s Boutique, Reading

Philosophy: Seeking the perfect accessory for a special night out or in search of something to make every day feel special? You’ll find it here. From accessories to clothing, you’ll leave with a bag in your hand and a smile on your face.

Fun Fact: Aine is Gaelic and means “radiance and beauty.” 

662 Main St., Reading, 781-944-0429, ainesboutique.com 

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