‘Proper: The Accessory Vault’ Opens At 110 Montague Street

A new boutique has quietly opened at 110 Montague Street, above Radio Shack. “Proper: The Accessory Vault’s” webpage is still under construction, but its wares include jewelry, silver, gold-plated, costume jewelry, body scrubs, candles, mens & womens watches, cufflinks, tie bars and other accessories. More online at Instagram. (CT)

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  • Lori

    Don’t see how a store like that, not on street level, can make it.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlsiLOnWCoI Arch Stanton

    Having lived on Montague St for the past 50 years, I assure you, they wouldn’t make it on any level.

  • GHB

    And this is why so many businesses on Montague fail… The Heights is filled with too many losers like YOU!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlsiLOnWCoI Arch Stanton

    Dear GHB,
    Your statement makes no sense. How does my ability to accurately (95%) predict the success or failure of Montague St businesses; A. Make me a “looser” or
    B. Cause a business to fail??? I’m all ears.

  • samatha L

    hey arch, im just curious… why do you say they will fail?

    is it because of their quality in goods, lack in products…

    or what?

    maybe because you have never and never will buy anything for any one including your self besides for food?

    i walked in and purchased a hefty amount from them actually.

    all of their silver is rhodium plated and tarnish free and they are WAY cheaper and more stylish then the other jewelry store that has old lady stuff… oh wait. youve been here for 50 years?

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlsiLOnWCoI Arch Stanton

    Dear Samatha,

    I guess I just have a knack for predicting the fate of Montague St/ Heights businesses… part of it is just gut feeling but there is some logical reasoning as well. In this case: 1. The upstairs location will be very difficult to attract the walk-in customers a store like that will rely on.
    2. Montague is not a strong “retail” street to begin with.
    3. Similar businesses in the past never lasted long, around here.
    As I said, I am correct about 95% of the time. Although, I hope I am wrong, I don’t like to see a business fail. But please, don’t shoot the messenger.

    By the way, I have a significant other in my life and purchase much more than just food for myself.
    P.S. keep an eye on Crumbs…