While it can be hard to say goodbye to summer, you can lessen the blow by treating yourself to a fall scarf or new coat for a new season. Here are some unique places to find the finishing touch to your autumn wardrobe.
Muji opened its doors on Newbury Street at the beginning of 2017. The Japanese retailer features minimalist men and women’s clothing, an aroma bar and home goods. If you’re looking for a classy fall coat and nice sweaters to keep you warm in the office, Muji is your place.
Muji. 359 Newbury St, Boston, MA. (617) 502-1170
Shake the Tree
This North End boutique has been around for nearly twenty years, carrying women’s clothing, jewelry, stationery and more. It’s all stocked up for the fall weather—find your new fall dress or a hat keep you warm while you explore the city. Grab a meal at one of the famous North End restaurants after your shopping spree.
Shake the Tree. 67 Salem Street, North End, Boston. (617) 742-0484
Uniform has been a staple of the South End for over a decade. It carries a variety of high end men’s clothing brands, including Ministry of Supply, Coal and others. They have a quality selection of jackets of all styles, from quilted to peacoat. Check out their fun socks, too.
Uniform. 511 Tremont St, Boston. (617) 247-2360
Goorin Bros Hat Shop
Tucked away on Brattle in Harvard Square is the Goorin Bros Hat Shop, a unique store with classy hats of all kinds for both men and women. Goorin has hats for everyone—fedoras, baseball, flat caps, knits, floppy and more.
Goorin Bros Hat Shop. 43 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA. (617) 868-4287
Known for its footwear, Bodega carriers brand name shoes like Vans, Nike, Fred Perry and others. They carry both men and women’s apparel and accessories, including warm hats, gloves and outerwear. With a storefront disguised as a convenience store, it can be easy to miss. Enjoy the unique shopping experience.
Bodega. 6 Clearway St, Boston, MA.