Apparel in West End, Boston


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  • Boston Strolls
    Boston CityWalks’ owner, Alan Maltzman, loves to show his passion and knowledge for his city. At Boston CityWalks, he and his coterie of guides lead six different tours that roam the city’s historic cobblestones, highlighting areas such as Harvard Square, the waterfront, Beacon Hill, and various Jewish cultural sites. He can also design a custom tour for any occasion such as family vacations, engagements, birthdays, reunions, and business meetings.
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    23 School St
    Boston, MA US
  • Bromfield Jewelers
    Established: 2011 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2–10 people Parking: Parking garage Reservations/Appointments: Optional Most popular offering: Fine Jewelry on trend and affordable Pro Tip: We are easily accessible through public transportation or we are happy to offer validated parking. Walk-ins Welcome: Yes Q&A with Meredith What sets your business apart from your competition? We like to offer a small town atmosphere in a big city location. We are very service-centric and enjoy helping our customers find a unique piece of jewelry that they will enjoy for a lifetime. You will not find two pieces that are exactly the same at Bromfield Jewelers; We believe in having the pieces we stock as individual as the people we serve. What was the inspiration for starting this business? Each of us brings many years of experience, along with our own flavor for our shared passion: Jewelry. What is the best reaction you’ve ever gotten from a customer? We love to see the excitement on the face of a loved one when he or she comes in to thank us for finding such a special piece. What’s your favorite part about your job? We love how every day is different.
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    49 Bromfield St
    Boston, MA US
  • Bostonian Tailoring
    What makes it great: Richard, the owner, often performers simple alterations on-the-spot while you wait; up-front pricing leaves no room for unexpected surprises
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    34 Province St
    Boston, MA US
  • American Apparel
    L.A.-based hipster brand American Apparel is not for the faint of taste. Depending on the season you can find barely there gold bathing suits or a skirt that looks like it was made out of a space-age fabric. The selection of gloves, scarves and T-shirts in a groovy array of colors are the first thing that greets shoppers at this trendy Newbury Street clothing store. Splashes of color and texture in the form of skirts, sweaters and pants are complemented by accessories such as nail polish, umbrellas and backpacks. Small and extra small sizes are plentiful here, which can be frustrating for folks sized M or L. Don't forget to check out the fun lingerie department in the back of the store. American Apparel is sweatshop free, supports fair trade wages, and everything in the store in made in the USA.
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    138 Newbury St
    Boston, MA US
  • 1154 Lill Studio
    What began as a small operation out of founder Jennifer Velarde’s studio apartment is now a celebrated handbag business with three stores in two cities, an online boutique, and a slew of media accolades from magazines such as InStyle, Good Housekeeping, and Real Simple. The business owes its proliferation to Velarde’s touted lineup of custom-designed shoulder bags, bridal clutches, and totes. The creative trendsetter also provides her customers with a bevy of fabric swatches and styles so they can create their own designs during in-store or at-home handbag parties.
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    220 Newbury St.
    Boston, MA US
  • Jimmy Choo
    Discerning shoppers head to Copley Place when they’re looking for upscale goods, like jewelry from Tiffany & Co. and clothing from Barneys. But for shoe lovers, there’s only one place to go: Jimmy Choo. The small boutique outpost of this internationally renowned retailer is a gleaming beacon of success and fashion in the Copley Place luxury shopping area, complete with gleaming chandeliers, discreet seating areas and perfectly lit display cases. Inside are the expensive accoutrements of any truly wealthy woman, from signature shoes to high-end sunglasses and designer handbags. Celebrities may have made the brand a household name, but the attentive staff makes sure every shopper feels as if they’re red-carpet worthy. With the name recognition, the design aesthetic and the upscale Copley Place location, it’s no wonder Jimmy Choo retails their shoes at $500 or more.
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    100 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA US

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