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Flat shoes by Faith

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1207004

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Brit high-street favorites Faith channel a love of fast fashion across their trend-led collections of shoes and accessories. Chic Parisian ballet pumps and studded flat sandals team up with Western ankle boots, skyscraper heels and platform court shoes. Hot on the heels of Faith's footwear comes an edit of wear-with-everything bags, from oversized slouchy styles to cute clutches and cross-body bags.

LOOK AFTER ME

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Metallic, faux-leather upper

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Lining: 100% Other Materials, Sole: 100% Other Materials, Upper: 100% Other Materials.
noun, Faith Metallic Annette Faith Ballet Flats often attributive bou·tique \ bü-ˈtēk \
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Definition of boutique

1 a : a small shop dealing in fashionable clothing or accessories
b : a small shop within a large department store
2 : a small company that offers highly specialized services or products
  • boutique wineries
  • an independent investment boutique
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boutiquey

play \bü-ˈtē-kē\ adjective

Recent Examples of boutique from the Web

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Apothecaries, bodegas, and boutiques

Apothecary, bodega, and boutique may not look very similar, but they are all related both in meaning and in origin. Each of these words can be traced back to a Latin word for “storehouse” (apotheca), and each one refers in English to a retail establishment of some sort. Although bodega initially meant “a storehouse for wine,” it now most commonly refers to a grocery store in an urban area, especially one that specializes in Hispanic groceries. Boutique has also taken on new meanings: its first sense in English (“a small retail store”) is still current, but it now may also denote “a small company that offers highly specialized products or services.” Of the three words, apothecary has changed the least; it has gone from referring solely to the person who sells drugs or medicines to also naming the store where such goods are sold.

Origin and Etymology of boutique

French, shop, probably from Old Occitan botica, ultimately from Greek apothēkē storehouse — more at apothecary


BOUTIQUE Defined for English Language Learners

boutique

Definition of boutique for English Language Learners

  • : a small store that sells stylish clothing or other usually expensive things


BOUTIQUE Defined for Kids

boutique

noun bou·tique \ bü-ˈtēk Faith Ballet Annette Flats Faith Metallic \

Definition of boutique for Students

: a small fashionable shop

Law Dictionary

boutique

noun bou·tique \ Annette Faith Ballet Flats Metallic Faith bü-ˈtēk \

legal Definition of boutique

: a small company that offers highly specialized services or products; specifically : a small law firm that offers services in one or a small number of legal areas


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