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New women’s boutique set to open in Downtown Boise

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SALT by Pepper will push into the Downtown Boise market next month.

The women’s wear boutique plans to hold a grand opening on First Thursday, March 5th. The store will open in the Owyhee building at 1109 W. Main St., in a portion of the former Beehive Hair Salon space.

“Find elevated style and hand-crafted pieces at Boise’s high-end contemporary women’s fashion boutique, SALT by Pepper,” store manager wrote on Facebook. “At SALT you’ll not only find world-class pieces, but a community of women that are passionate about style.”

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SALT says it will carry brands like Jaga, IRO, The Great, Fiorentini, and Baker.

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The store is the first new retail outlet in the building since Hendricks Commercial Properties acquired it last year.

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