This small, indoor mall is an urban oasis for shoppers. The interior offers a pleasant atmosphere, with marble floors and glass ceiling. Slaves to fashion will appreciate the selection of upscale clothing shops. Design shops, stationery stores and gift boutiques are also on hand. For tickets to Boston Duck Tours, get in the line that forms in the center of the atrium. Dining includes Legal Seafoods Restaurant and the renowned Top of the Hub. For a quicker meal, the food court has plenty of cuisine to choose from. A bank, post office and market are also on premises.
With 75 stores and restaurants to browse through, one can find just about everything within this multilevel complex. Neiman Marcus is a featured store with polite sales clerks who actually take your name and number if they are out of desired stock. There are Louis Vuitton, Armani, Christian Dior and Salvatore Ferragamo as well as the ever-familiar Burberry, Intimacy, Tiffany & Co. and Barneys New York.
The spacious interior, featuring lots of wood and dark salmon colors, gives a very earthy feel to this Harvard Square store. Specializing in gifts large and small, it stocks scented soaps and attractive soap dishes. Clocks, candles, ceramics and picture frames are other popular items, along with vases and sundry other knickknacks. The helpful staff will help you make the perfect purchase.
Step into this lower level shop on Newbury Street for a wide selection of spirits. Designed to look like a wine cellar, the wooden floors and shelves pack in a hearty selection of scotch, rum, vodka and tequila. Micro-beers in six packs are available for the finicky beer drinker. A knowledgeable staff is on hand, with expertise in fine wines and champagne. Free delivery is convenient for those last minute parties.
The rather upscale Newbury Street could do with more stores like The Closet Inc., where familiar labels are available at completely unfamiliar prices. The Escada dress, jeweled Manolo Blahniks and Nanette Lepore tweed coat you had only admired from afar are well within your reach, as are Tom Ford shades and Thom Browne shirts. For some of the best deals in Boston, The Closet should make it to the top of your list.
This is much more than your average shoe store. Not only do Rockport's adventure shoes look much more urban and hip than usual, but this Newbury Street store offers all manner of other footwear as well. Enjoy the free bottled water as you cruise through racks of outdoor clothes, travel gear and some great foot balms and lotions. Do a little foot-care research on the Internet or get some custom-made shoe inserts. Stop by on the weekend for a free foot massage and a cup of tea!
You definitely will not find run-of-the-mill children's garb in this beautiful baby and "charmed child" clothing store on Arlington Street. You will find clothing here for newborns all the way to pre-teen size 16, for both boys and girls. Party dresses for the little lasses and smart dress suits for the little gentlemen will make your heart melt.
This upscale men's fashion boutique on Newbury Street boasts a huge collection of dress clothes perfect for the office or a high-end night on the town. An incredible selection of ties and handkerchiefs might complement your new Calvin Klein sport coat, as might dress shirts in a dizzying array of collar types and color configurations, all with a great micro-fiber cotton and silk feel. Accessorize with the perfect pair of socks, or a new leather belt with just a touch of funk on the buckle.
Vivid colors and patterns are the trademarks of this Dutch clothing store for women. Scarves, jackets, blouses, wrap-around skirts and accessories are among the cheery choices. Take an armful to the dressing room and see how much you put back on the racks. Wearing these clothes is as fun as picking a bright bouquet of flowers in the springtime. A store across the street stocks the children's clothing that first made this chain famous.
Some things never change in the world of high fashion, and this Newbury Street store is a perfect example of why they don't need to. Minimalist colors-black, white and gray-always look good, especially when they're incorporated into these sleek Italian fashions. Simple tops, shirts, pants and accessories highlight a selection of trendy garb that stands alone.
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