130+ Unique, Memorable, and Trendy Boutique Name Ideas

Updated on July 7, 2020
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Use these tips and name ideas to create the perfect, brand or boutique name for your new business.
Use these tips and name ideas to create the perfect, brand or boutique name for your new business. | Source

How to Name a Business or Boutique

Congratulations on pursuing your passion! You've decided to open up a boutique, and perhaps you are wondering how to pick a memorable name for it. You may have started brainstorming already, but maybe are simply looking for some inspiration. Wherever you start, there are a few things you should know before naming your beauty bar, bridal store, maternity boutique, or clothing shop. In this article, we will look at name ideas for:

  • Maternity Boutiques
  • Beauty Boutiques
  • Fashion Boutiques
  • Bridal Boutiques
  • Miscellaneous Shops

Building a Brand and Avoiding Duplication

I worked with a lawyer a while back who gave me some advice on how to choose a name for a business. At the time, I was looking into online media. She gave me some helpful advice on how to choose a memorable name that no one else had. Simply put, you want to build a brand and pick a name that no one else (the competition) is using. Below is some of the advice that she gave me.

How to Choose a Boutique Name

  • Your Name: Choose a store name inspired by . . . you! That's right. By using your own name (whether first or last), you create an important distinction. Consider a fun name like Robin's Egg, Carolyne's Closet, or Barbie's Beauty Bar.
  • Something Descriptive: If you'd like to describe your industry, a descriptive name might be good. You could go for Mom's the Word or Baby Baby.
  • Something Fabricated: This is one of the strongest name types to go for. This is something you can trademark without trouble. Think of words like Kleenex and Instagrammake something up that has a ring to it that doesn't already exist—no one can copy it.
  • A Metaphor: A strong metaphor may set you apart from the competition, but it will require that you create an association between it and your business. Mariposa or Tuesday Morning are two good examples.
  • Acronyms: Acronyms make for strong names such as J&J (Jack and Jill) or YOLO (You Only Live Once).
  • Something in a Second Language: If you are blessed to be bilingual, trilingual, or so forth, consider names in French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, etc. Sukoshi Goods or Mi Amor are both good names that use non-English words.

Where to Pull Inspiration From

Choose names that encompass the market you are targeting. If you are doing beauty, draw from words, terms, and phrases that describe beauty and beauty techniques. If you're into fashion, pick out terms from the industry like—Chic Château, Très Chic, Haut, or Deux Cafes.

Decide if you want to go for trendy, charming, cute, unique, or sentimental (the list goes on). Always aim for a positive image (no negative associations), and avoid words and terms that can be confused and misinterpreted. For a children's or baby boutique (maternity), you may want to scan through children's books for vocabulary ideas. You can find things like Each Peach, Bunny Trails, Duck Duck Goose, etc.

Each Peach
Each Peach | Source

Great Inspiration for Maternity and Children's Boutique Names

Bud 'n Bloom
Robin's Egg
Little Pea
Nuture and Dwell
Baby Steps
The Stork
Sweet Pea
Each Peach
Pretty Little Things
Sun and Moon
Bunny Trails
Three's Company
Wishing Well
Baby Love
Lily Pad
Pear and Plum
The Nursery
Acorn and Oak
Little Lamb
Boy Girl
Baby Mae
Golden Egg
Rainbow's Bend
Training Wheels
Red Truck
Goodnight Moon
Sweet Dreams
Cow and Moon
Mom's the Word
Diddle Diddle
Blush Beauty Bar
Blush Beauty Bar | Source

Memorable Cosmetic and Beauty Boutique Names

Beauty Bloom
Glam Goddess
Kiss and Tell
Beauty Bee
Under My Spell
Al Natural
See That Girl
Mirror Mirror
Queen of Hearts
Beauty Bar
Glam Days
Cupid's Bow
Honey Comb
Glam Doll
The Spa
La Luna
Cherry Blossom
Plain Jane
Leila and Lana
Love to Love

Catchy Names for a Women's Boutique

Lace and Bow
Baby Blues
Star Gaze
Raven's Wing
Pretty 'n Pink
Cute as a Button
The Treasure Chest
Threads for Days
Window Shop
Sew 'n Sew
Thrift Steady
Zoe's Corner
T & T
Bon Dia
The Runway
Afternoon T's
Tres Chic
The Armoire
Blue Denim
Fig Leaf
Style Vine
Bella Luna
La Bella Vita
First Kiss
After Tea
Lace & Veil
Lace & Veil | Source

Best Bridal Boutique Names

Something New
Primrose Bridal
Lace and Viel
Down the Aisle
10th Avenue
White Rose
Honey Moon
Two to Tango
Jack and Jill
Frog and Prince
Something Blue
Say Yes
Bride and Groom
I Adore
Bouquet Boutique
Forget Me Not
Tie the Knot
Once Upon a Dream
Rose Petal
A Love Forever
Double Tier
My Dear
The Bustle
But a Dream

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

© 2018 Layne Holmes

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      2 months ago

      Give me unique and nice name for Shopping and Retail

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      2 months ago

      Give me good name for designer boutique

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      Israt Fahima 

      3 months ago

      Please give me some Name For Style At the first Word

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      4 months ago

      thank you for the ideas

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      Bazir boutique fashion 

      5 months ago

      New clothes of the name kaisa rahega

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      6 months ago


    • Layne Holmes profile imageAUTHOR

      Layne Holmes 

      6 months ago from Bend, Oregon

      Hi Kiruthika, I think designer boutiques do well with literal name inspiration from the founders, rather than adjectives. That or city or regional name inspiration.

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      6 months ago

      Give me good name for designer boutique

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      7 months ago

      almost too helpful

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