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French Boutique Names?

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When opening a French boutique in a non French country, it is important to pick something that quickly points out what your influences are. You could pick a well-known building of French influence or a popular phrase in French. Some of the most popular French boutiques are in London and they were given names such as Attica, Black White Denim, and Blue Lawn. If you want to open a French boutique, London is a popular place to start.
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