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New Downtown Store Brings Customers 'Clothes to Nature'

The new clothing store specializes in unique items made from natural products.

In photo: Chris Oldland, Mayor Josh Cohen, Donna Bacchi - Manager Hatley Annapolis, Alderman Joe Budge, Lara Fritts and Marco Beauchemin, Regional Manager of Hatley. Photo credit: Lara Fritts
In photo: Chris Oldland, Mayor Josh Cohen, Donna Bacchi - Manager Hatley Annapolis, Alderman Joe Budge, Lara Fritts and Marco Beauchemin, Regional Manager of Hatley. Photo credit: Lara Fritts

A new downtown clothing store, Hatley Boutique, is helping customers get "clothes to nature" with cotton pajamas and loungewear.

Hatley Boutique opened its doors recently on Main Street in Annapolis.

The ribbon cutting for the new business was Sept. 27, attended by city officials and officiated by the Annapolis Economic Development Corporation.

“The future of Main Street lies in unique boutique shops with an emphasis on quality and customer service,” Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen said.  

Hatley sells its clothing around the world, including Tokyo, Copenhagen and Australia. Company president Chris Oldland said Hatley's products remain popular worldwide because they bring an imaginative element to everyday items like rain boots and pajamas.

"I have always been received kindly—we make people smile," he said.
Hatley Boutique is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. most days of the week, and is located at 158 Main Street in Annapolis. 

For more information, visit www.hatleystore.com or call 410-280-5500.

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