Clothing, Women's Casual

Editors’ Choice 

Dresscode, Andover

Standout Qualities: Dresscode is a go-to destination for casual clothes that look good and make you feel great. Think basics with a twist, like denim with details. 

Philosophy: Their experienced staff of dedicated stylists is committed to making you feel like you on your best day.  

What’s Unique: This is a shopping experience, with one-on-one service, a no-pressure environment, and a blend of interesting designers curated from all over the world.  

Fun Fact: You can shop in-store or online. They’ll even send a personalized assortment of must-haves to your door to try on at home.

2 Elm Sq., Andover, 978-470-0300,


Readers’ Choice 

Aine’s Boutique, Reading

Standout Qualities: Aine’s delivers the complete boutique experience and is full of trendy designs by DO+BE, Dex, Escapada, Kut from the Kloth, Macbeth, Tamara Boston, Veronica M, Viereck, Z Supply, and JoJo.

What’s Unique: Want the store all to yourself? You can book the store for an evening of private shopping with 10 or more friends.

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

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