Sail Away with Five Must-Have Items from Sault New England in South End
Nautical is in at Sault New England this summer. Inspired by an old postcard depicting Provincetown fishermen, owner Philip Saul is stocking his South End men’s boutique with beachwear, knot-tying books, and anchors. “I’m diving in—no pun intended,” he says. Here are the five items you need from Sault right now.
1. Jack Spade “Coal” dipped-canvas bag, $195 (pictured with Tom’s “Maverick” alloy and wood sunglasses, $139). This beach tote has a waterproof bottom—so “when an obnoxious person does a cannonball, it won’t ruin your magazine,” Saul says.
2. Luxe toiletries: porcelain cup, $36, Portland General Store toner, $29, Ursa Major shave cream, $22, and Omega shaving brush, $20. “Men are spending more time on the process of getting ready,” Saul says.
3. Terrarium in a recycled-glass vessel, $174. Found ferns and moss are nested in a whimsical mini ecosystem.
4. Smith & Plank bottle opener, $38. This South Boston company’s wares are fashioned from reclaimed wood.
5. New England Shirt Company cotton shirts, $145 each. Custom made in Fall River for the boutique, these shirts are “extremely sturdy and wash well,” Saul says.
Sault New England, 577 Tremont St., Boston, 857-239-9434, saultne.com.
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