Winter is coming, and you’re going to need the right gear to keep you warm throughout the cold season. Luckily, there’s plenty of fashionable boutiques around with lots of high-quality options that will get you through the snow.


Located in the ever-trendy South End, Uniform is a men’s clothing store carrying many of the best brands. The  options for warm jackets, peacoats, flannel shirts, and vests are ideal choices for the city dweller looking to keep warm through the winter. Uniform carries Ministry of Supply, Levi’s, Coal, Scotch & Soda, Penguin and more.

Uniform Boston. 511 Tremont St, Boston, MA. (617) 247-2360


Susanna is a one-of-a-kind women’s boutique in Cambridge with lots of fun, bohemian-style clothing. It has got you covered for the winter with a fine selection of gloves, scarves, sweaters and fleece-lined leggings. Susanna’s also got a wide selection of jewelry—get yourself a pair of earrings to match your new finds!

Susanna. 1776 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA. (617) 492-0334


This popular women’s clothing store carries luxuriously cozy cashmere sweaters, thick coats, snug hats, and more. And it’s just a two-minute walk from L.A. Burdick, where you can find the most delicious cup of hot chocolate in the city. Treat yourself to a hot drink after your shopping spree.

Joie. 141 Newbury St, Boston, MA. (617) 933-0397

North River Outfitter

Located in the charming neighborhood of Beacon Hill, NRO Boston carries clothing for men, women and children. Self described as “the arbiter of quintessential New England sophistication,” NRO carries high-end, high-quality clothing items for everyone.

North River Outfitter. 122 Charles St., Boston, MA.

Mint Julep

In the heart of Harvard Square, Mint Julep is a tiny boutique with great finds. The bright, colorful clothing will keep you cheery on the colder winter days. Choose from a selection of patterned scarves and whimsical sweaters, and enjoy an afternoon meandering around Cambridge’s beloved Harvard Square.

Mint Julep. 6 Church St, Cambridge, MA. (617) 576-6468