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Catchy Name For Hairbow Boutique
Posted by Anonymous on
3/12/2009 at 12:34 AM ET
I have made hair bows in the past, but now we have moved and decided to make this my full time job and open a hair bow boutique and make several other children's items. I am in desperate need of a name. I have tried to come up with some, but none just stick out to me. Thanks in Advance
3/12/2009 at 12:37 AM
TAKE A BOW
3/12/2009 at 7:35 AM
Why not simply "Hairbow Boutique"? It leaves no doubt in anyone's mind what it is you sell.
You don't want to get too clever. And, if you can avoid it as Hairbow Boutique does, there's no need to add a descriptive tagline to your business name. Hairbow Boutique keeps the whole naming process clean and simple.
Now, if you want to get a little fancy, you can always go with "Hair Bowtique" which may sound cute but somewhat obscures what you sell, or is at least confusing.
Then there's always "Hairbow Bowtique" which make it appear not that your name is cute but that you don't know how to spell Boutique correctly.
See what I mean about a clear name. "Cute" can at times also confuse.
I hope the name and the rationale for it are a help.
3/14/2009 at 11:01 AM
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Good luck! Patti
3/17/2009 at 3:37 AM
3/26/2009 at 9:25 AM
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