Stuff We Love: Patch's Spring Scarves

Lightweight wraps look dapper as temperatures climb.

Every good New Englander has at least three or four attractive-yet-practical wool scarves to carry them through windy winters. (I own 25+ scarves. I may have a problem.)

But what about when the thaw sets in? Enter Patch NYC’s airy linen and cotton wraps, edged in bright silk ($104-$195):

And shopping for scarves is the perfect excuse to check out Don Carney and John Ross’s new gallery-like store. It’s in the same building as the old space — the Courtyard at 46 Waltham in the South End — but bigger, with cathedral height ceilings and double the wall surface.


Courtney Hollands
Courtney Hollands Courtney Hollands, Senior Editor, Lifestyle at Boston Magazine chollands@bostonmagazine.com


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