What You'll Get
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With today's Groupon, $50 gets you $125 worth of the latest fashions in bags, shoes, and accessories at the über-trendy Luna Boston. Since its opening on Newbury Street in 2004, Luna Boston has been at the pulse of fashion, offering hot, exclusive products to Boston's most well-dressed and stylishly accessorized. Buy up to five Groupons and get $625 toward anything at Luna Boston for just $250—an unheard of discount for these top brands.
You'll find rare, up-and-coming designers and top-quality name brands at Luna Boston. Featured designers include Vita Bracelets, House of Harlow Jewelry (Nicole Richie's line), and Botkier Handbags. Top-sellers Pour La Victoire shoes, Leigh & Luca scarves, and Rebecca Minkoff handbags are still in stock and waiting for you to snag them at today's 60% discount.
Customers rave about the expert and friendly service, which is usually even friendlier than the service customers' own sisters would provide. Browse Luna Boston's selection on its website, which is fully integrated with the Newbury store in real-time—if you see something you like online, it'll be in-store. Whether you're looking for a bag to take out on the town, a tote bag, a baby bag, or an everyday bag, Luna Boston has you covered.
- This is my new favorite spot on Newbury for hard to find, trendy bags. They have many of the top designers, like Kooba, etc. The staff is extremely helpful... – Kelly K., Citysearch
- I'm not a Newbury Street shopping girl, I would be but my bank account doesn't allow for it. But when i walked in this store all rational went out the window. My thoughts were "can I have one of everything please?" – Kim D., Yelp
Handbag Trend Tracker
Keeping up with the constantly evolving world of designer handbag technology is a chore and nearly impossible without extensive knowledge of computer spreadsheet programs. To help illustrate the handbag trends of recent years, we've simplified the data from our extensive handbag spreadsheets into this handbag trend tracker timeline:
2008: Handbags made out of unsold copies of Live Free or Die Hard
2007: Handbags that do not cause severe allergic reactions
2006: Handbags that are backpacks but called handbags
2005: Handbags that will not falter in extreme conditions
2004: Handbags shaped in the likeness of Vice Presidential Candidate John Edwards
2003: Oversized handbags to carry then-trendy designer greyhounds
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 6, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person Not valid for online purchases; in-store only Cannot be combined with any other offers Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.