Online fashion boutique to open physical Hudson store – Worcester Business Journal

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Lady Black Tie, an online fashion company specializing in women’s formal wear, on Thursday announced its plans to open a brick-and-mortar store at 43 Broad St. in Hudson.
Founded by Marissa Tilley three years ago, the e-commerce brand has taken off, shipping out more than 6,000 dresses per month, according to the press release.
“Our customer is confident, has a bold sense of fashion, and wants to shine at her next event. She will leave our store feeling like she walked off the cover of a magazine,” said Tilley in the announcement.
The grand opening of the Hudson store location will take place on Saturday.
 
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