Best Boutique-Women’s Clothing: The Nines Fargo

Location: Fargo, Detroit Lakes

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The Nines has been named Best Boutique-Women’s Clothing in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to win?

“I'm so grateful for all the amazing women who shop with us and my hardworking and loving staff who've helped make this possible,” Owner Lauren Zima said. “I cried when I heard the news that we won best boutique. There are so many great places to shop in the Red River Valley, and I am so honored that we were chosen!”

What’s the most rewarding part of what you do?

“Helping our shoppers find outfits that make them feel good is definitely the best part of my job and is so rewarding,” Zima said. “We get to know our customers and it's like helping family everyday! Since we opened 9 years ago it's been important to me whenever possible to help others as I have been very blessed by the success of our businesses and like to show my sincere gratitude.”

  • Second place: Leela and Lavender
  • Third place: Jade & Jasper
  • Fourth place: Olive Street
  • Fifth place: Simply Swag

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