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Made in the Shade
Just in time for sunny days, a local eyewear empire opens a shiny new shop in Chestnut Hill.
Object of Desire: Social Butterfly
These bejeweled clutches are beloved by A-list celebs and first ladies alike.
The Lust Lineup: Divide and Conquer
Outfits that are half one color and half another make for one solid trend this spring.
Impulse Buy: What a Stud
Spring in Boston may be fleeting, but this season’s bright, bold earrings make a lasting impression.
Wear this season’s unapologetically cheerful styles for an al fresco dinner in the South End or a casual business meeting, and watch your style blossom.
The Lust Lineup: Warm Up to Fleece
The jacket once known for keeping soccer moms toasty gets a runway-ready makeover.
Here’s where to go and what to get right now.
Impulse Buy: Off the Chain
Why let your neck have all the fun?
Object of Desire: In the Clear
Designer Laura Baldini crafted a stadium-standard tote bag after an embarrassing mishap at a concert.
Impulse Buy: All Tied Up
Not just for little girls anymore, the bow is back this fall in a big, bold way.
The Lust Lineup: Easy Being Green
The perfect recipe for a standout fall look? A sprinkling of pistachio, a dash of mint, and a squeeze of lime.
Object of Desire: A Chicer Sneaker
Venetian apparel company Golden Goose carefully crafts the lived-in look of their cozy fall footwear.
Our picks for the most beautiful buys in town.
What’s in Store: Town Jewels
Meet five female-fronted jewelers adding a little sparkle to the city.
Impulse Buy: Small Wonders
The season’s tiniest bags make a mighty statement.
Fall Fashion: Fall All Over
Grab a hot cider and layer on the chunky knits, woodsmen plaids, and up-to-the-chin turtlenecks—it’s time to embrace the best season in Boston.
Object of Desire: A New Leaf
Designed by late jeweler Jean Schlumberger in 1956, this glamorous chain was inspired by fall foliage.