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  • Libélula, Odiham

    Muddy says: A fab boutique, stocking beautifully cut clothes designed by McQueen and Temperley alumna, Sophie Cranston. Psst. a certain Ms Middleton's a fan.

  • Fitique, Alresford

    Muddy says: We love Alresford's independent woman's fitness boutique, expect modern design, high performance sportswear, spot-on advice — from gait analysis to sports bra-fitting — plus a fun, supportive community that takes woman's fitness seriously.

  • La Di Da Interiors, Andover

    Muddy says: Tucked away off Andover's high street (and a two minute walk from Waitrose #justsaying), the Muddy Award winning La Di Da is the town's best-kept secret. Expect interesting, shabby-chic homeware, gifts for all AND workshops for interiors junkies including The Annie Sloane Method.

  • The Bias Cut

    Muddy says: an online boutique that specialises in stylish pieces for fashion-loving older women who feel ignored by the high street. Get thee to the cashmere pronto, I say.

  • Independent boutique, glass windows, statement lighting, exposed brickwork. Parchment St, Winchester

    The Mantique

    Muddy says: A haven for the modern gent who's past his student days but reluctant to dress like his dad. Think capsule wardrobe: beautiful tees, shirts and accessories, slap bang on Winchester's Mecca to all things independent, Parchment Street.

  • Smiling, blonde woman in boyfriend shorts and a lemon-yellow stripe knit top.

    White Coco

    Muddy says: Hungerford's chic womenswear boutique: think knits, going-out tops and cute accessories that elevate your workaday uniform of jeans and a tee.

  • Grey frontage of Georgian shop.

    No 1 George St

    Muddy says: What a find in buzzy Kingsclere. No 1 George St offers an eclectic mix of antique & vintage furniture plus modern home wares, beautiful, accessories and gifts. Owner, Sara, is an ex-buyer for Mulberry, and it shows.

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