When Lou Whitney founded Twig, he wanted to offer a level of flower quality that he felt other shops lacked. Having been named one of the Best Flower Shops in Boston by CBS Boston, Twig seems to have done exactly that.
Whether the shop’s florists are artfully arranging tulips and hydrangeas into bouquets for the seasonal collection or creating custom arrangements to suit any event, they use the freshest blooms available. The selection of in-store gifts helps buyers accompany their bouquets with goods from Michael Aram, Juliska, and other quality brands. On-staff installation professionals can also create indoor and outdoor garden installations, which last longer than hiring a skywriter to draw flowers in the air.
Twig's staffers also share their passion for flowers with customers through themed floral-design workshops.
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For four decades, the haberdashers at Lord's of London have been outfitting men and women in handcrafted custom formal and professional wear. They scrupulously document dozens of body measurements. Equipped with such precise calculations, they’re able to forge dapper shirts, jackets, and pants around each client's individual physique and personal style. They draw from a rainbow of premium fabrics—such as cashmere and wool, silk mohair, gabardine, and pure silk—that includes more than 5,000 varieties for suits and 2,000 for shirts, sourced from renowned fashion hubs in Italy and England. The team aims to completely customize each ensemble, adorning 20 collar types with ties, 15 cuff varieties with lustrous links, and weaving striking accent swaths into fusion shirts.
Since 1988, Carolyn McCoy's car-trunk stationery business has unfolded into a flourishing shop vending stationery, gifts, and printed ephemera. McCoy's passion announces itself in the form of resplendent displays of notepads, precious writing implements, and custom printed gifts popping with patterns. In-house printing facilitates smooth event planning, and a monogram decal machine tattoos cell-phone cases and totes with names or notes for physics exams.