A discerning client comes to this Newbury Street institution to find the perfect dress for a high society event or the latest political fundraiser. A keen staff will deliver paramount customer service and will attend all your needs. The luxurious dressing rooms feel more like a home than a store. At Bjoux top-of-the-line clothing outfits you in both style and class.
You will find all manner of simply designed furniture made out of durable hardwoods in the 19th and 20th centuries. Huge armories will hold all of your overcoats and more with ease. Check out the selection of well-made chairs and then match them with the sturdy dining room tables. You will love the easy grace of the wooden furniture sold at this Charles Street store.
Paper crafts in America have never achieved the kind of popularity they have in other countries, but this store aims to change that notion. Hand-marbled papers with a dizzying display of colors and wavy lines will entrance your eye as will the elaborate Japanese silk-screens. Find an incredible assortment of floral papers made from rose petals, carnations, and daisies. When your creative side strikes, this is the paper to write it down on.
The specialty here is costume jewelry, and there is enough to outfit an army of aspiring actresses and models. Check out the bewildering amount of jewels and necklaces and try on some of the huge teardrop earrings and garnet bracelets. Hope-Diamondesque rings and other great items range from classy right down to gauche, but all of it is well done, and the common denominator here is fun.
Funky gifts take up residence in this fun-filled store. Ever wanted a watering can in the shape of an elephant or a mouse? Find it here. Grab souvenirs from your favorite childhood cartoons, kitchen magnets in quirky designs and an assortment of items that simply defy description; there are bins and bins of unique gifts to please anyone's budget and taste.
Frames, lithographs, early edition books and much more are packed into the tiny dimensions of this store. But the real reason to visit is for the vast assortment of antique maps, which cover every landmass and continent, even before they were accurately plotted. Get a glimpse of what navigating must have been like before Rand McNally. The store also offers a framing service on site, which can turn any purchase into a unique gift.
You will have to climb steep wooden steps to reach this second floor antiquarian bookseller, but it is well worth it. An odd coupling of specialties (Asiana and Literature) nevertheless results in a rather impressive array of books. The high ceilings give a proper library feel to the place, and if you cannot find what you are looking for, the staff will undertake an exhaustive search for your prize. Books by Dickens, Bassho, Wilde, Hakuseki and many others find a home here.
This shop is for those who have a taste for imported or hard-to-find specialty food items. Those tinned biscuits you enjoyed so much on your trip to Scotland are likely to be here, alongside wine-filled chocolates, tins of pungent candies and mints, coffees, teas, cheeses and hot sauces of every conceivable origin. There is a vast selection of gift baskets and samplers, and the deli has delicious and unusual meats and cheeses.
It looks like someone tossed a giant color grenade into the store and did not clean up. Bring the children and let them paint their own pajamas, sheets and pillowcases. The adults will have as much fun choosing from painted sneakers, spectacular furniture and original artwork from more than 100 local artists, who list their goods here on consignment. Though most of the stock is for the kids, there are plenty of great gifts for everyone.
This high-end women's shoe store offers the kind of footwear your feet want to be dressed in. Think supreme comfort in pastel shades of suede, vividly colored pumps, thick soles, high heels and any other make and model you can imagine. You will continue trying on pairs of these incredible shoes just to prolong the comfort, and you will inevitably end up buying at least one pair for your deserving feet.
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