18 cute and creative boutique names
Naming your boutique can be time consuming. To give you a head-start, we’ve come up with 18 ideas for some inspiration. If you see one you like, our generator can make variations using the idea. Or you can use a few words of your own for even more personalized names.
- Magnolia Boutique
- Jasmine Room
- Willow Way
- Ivy Boutique
- Daisy Basket
- Dragonfly Boutique
- Earth Chic
- Stitch Click
- Coral Line
- Rosenta Loft
- Lavender Room
- Attire Aerie
- Lily Pad
- Style Garden
- Buttercup Boutique
11 popular words
These words are some of the most popular ones used in boutique names. Click on a word to make names using it.
Key boutique stats
- Startup costs for opening a boutique range between $34,650-$134,100.
- The national average salary for boutique owners in the U.S. is $80,170 per year.
- In 2022, the market size of the clothing boutique industry was $22.4 billion.
- There are almost 160,000 clothing boutiques in the U.S., and they provide work for nearly 250,000 people.
- 87% of boutique managers in the U.S. are female and 13% are male. Their average age is 44, and 62% of them have a bachelor's degree.
- The average monthly income for online boutique owners is $6,013.
Sources: IBISWorld, Forbes, ZipRecruiter, Step by Step Business
What are some attractive names for a boutique?
- Lotus Lane
- Bloom Boutique
- Chambray Palace
- Bella Rose
- Eden Loft
- Petal Pose
What are some good boutique name ideas for 2023?
- Wildflower Boutique
- Pose Pattern
- Glamrose Boutique
How do I pick a name for my boutique business?
- Research local and national market trends for the boutique industry. Then think about words related to your business and use our generator to come up with names.
- Pick out your favorites. Consider whether they’re easy to remember and if they fit your brand personality.
- Next, start researching them. Check domain availability and see what search engine results come up for the name.
- Talk to some people you trust to get feedback. They could be potential customers or friends and family.
- Once you’ve found a final name, you’ll want to register the domain name before someone else does.