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BRO Gift Guide – Thigh High Boots @ The Doll House Boutique

doll-house-boutique-buffalo-ny-2It’s December 2, which means that it’s time for our second featured gift for the BRO Holiday Gift Guide. This time, we’re shaking things up a bit. While thigh high boots might not be for everyone, they certainly appeal to certain gals. Luckily, we have tracked down a relatively new “shoes and accessories” boutique on Amherst Street called The Doll House Boutique.

Owners Terrence Gidney and Francesca Goodwin share an appreciation for shoes that they consider to be show stoppers. Sporting thigh high boots with heals is definitely a current look, as we witnessed at the recent Victoria’s Secret fashion show.

The distressed denim 0ver-the-knee boots run $69. The olive green thigh highs run $59. And the light brown thigh highs are also priced to sell – all of the thigh high boots run between $50 and $70. According to a shop clerk, they are easy to walk in and easy to put on.

The Doll House Boutique also stocks sunglasses, scarves, bags, and jewelry. There’s also a beauty bar in the back called Doll Face by Ashley. Apparently Ashley is a local make-up artist (and college professor) who has worked with a number of celebs and TV shows, including Black Ink Crew on VH1.


Talking to Terrance about what makes the shop so special, and why he likes Buffalo, he told us that he enjoys all of the charitable events around town that he and Francesca have had a chance to participate in. Giving back to the community is a big deal for the couple, and great way to mix and mingle with shoe lovers of all walks of life!

The Doll House Boutique |440 Amherst Street | Buffalo, New York | (716) 533-3323 | Facebook


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