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5 Local Boutique Websites To Shop Until You Drop

Samuel Levy | June 24, 2020 | Style

Boston designs aren’t going anywhere.

BOPCream3.jpgBird of Paradise top, $138, Paridaez

Paridaez
Paridaez specializes in clothes that transition seamlessly from day to night while remaining comfortable and chic. 127 Charles St., 617.835.5396

All Too Human
The upscale concept store and retailer constantly showcases new collections from the buzziest designers with no shortage of options for both men and women. 236 Clarendon St., 857.350.3951

DT31320Full3Life.jpgThe shoe selection at December Thieves

December Thieves
This is the home of many innovative, sustainable designs born from the curation of owner Lana Barakat, who travels the world handselecting items and cultivating relationships with skilled designers. 51 Charles St., 857.239.9149

StoreInterior1.jpgDress Boston’s interior

Dress Boston
The boutique has always offered high-end clothing, and now it’s boasting deep discounts. While the brick-and-mortar store is closed, all new arrivals are 20% off. Early spring arrivals and past collections are on sale from 30% to 70% off. 70 Charles St., 617.248.9910

French + Italian
The store features luxurious garments and accessories from (surprise) mostly French and Italian designers. If you can’t travel to Europe right now, at least. 119 Charles St., 857.990.3141

Sault NE
Find something for everyone: classic and vintage apparel for both men and women, gifts for the home and adorable treats for pets. 577 Tremont St., 857.239.9434



Photography by: December Thieves photo by Somerby Jones; all others courtesy of brands.