In need of a fall refresh? Look to Boston’s hottest shops and new arrivals.
Transition to fall with Sézane’s Scott Trench in camel
Every closet could use a dash of French girl chic. While strolling Newbury Street this fall, don’t miss Sézane’s inaugural Boston pop-up, which opened in June. Pieces like the Ambroise Cardigan in bright plum and the Basile Cardigan in navy are autumn essentials and pair perfectly with their colorful belts, stylish handbags and fun jewelry. 119 Newbury St., sezane.com
Alo’s Airlift Intrigue Bra and Airlift Legging in Golden Olive Branch.
Calling all yogis—Alo is finally coming to Newbury Street this fall. Mindfulness extends beyond the yoga mat with its modern, comfortable, chic looks, perfect for the studio or the street. Whether you are searching for a new staple like the espresso Blaze Trouser Pant or looking to layer up with the Sherpa Varsity Jacket—this Los Angeles-based brand has you covered. Multiple locations, aloyoga.com
The Ava Triomphe Soft Bag in Triomphe canvas and calfskin from Celine.
Find your French fashion fix at Celine’s first boutique in Boston’s Copley Place—opening this month. Pieces like the cropped marinière cardigan in wool and Jude Jacket in checked wool and silk are must-haves for this season. And don’t forget to add a new bag to your collection, like the recently released leather Ava Triomphe soft bag in calfskin tan. Multiple Locations, celine.com
Looking for the perfect accessory for your fall fit? Check out gorjana’s new Seaport District location that opened in August. The classic emerald trio necklace and the blue sapphire pavé hugg ie earrings are just a few of the refined, yet chic options available. For those looking for custom pieces, the Southern California based-brand also offers engravable jewelry ranging from rings to necklaces. Multiple locations, gorjana.com
Splurge on a new custom accessory from Hannah Florman
Diamonds go with every season, but it never hurts to refresh your jewels. Stop by Hannah Florman’s new appointment-only showroom—The Brownstone—which opened last spring, to explore her sparkling gemstones and one-of-a-kind pieces. Clients can design their own treasures or peruse creations like the evil eye diamond tennis bracelet and the diamond Riviera necklace. Newbury Street, hannahflorman.com
Sustainable fashion is always on trend at Los Angeles-based brand Outerknown. While focusing on fair labor, they off er cozy, chic pieces like the cloud weave shirt jacket, and fall essentials like the Simone polo sweater and flared Barbarella jean. Check out the brand’s inaugural Boston storefront—opened just last year. 131 Newbury St., outerknown.com
Phoebe Jon’s Harper Poplin shirt and Cate High Rise pant are the perfect fall basics.
This Beacon Hill storefront opened last spring from founder and CEO Manyaqi Wang. The collection, inspired by her mother’s style, is the epitome of quiet luxury. If you can’t decide between chic favorites like the navy and white Sophia Windowpane pant or the melange beige Olivia Pleated pant, opt for a one-on-one appointment with the in-store stylists. 98 Charles St., thephoebejon.com
Bundle up and give back this fall. With every purchase of an item featuring the signature Project Paulie Tomato, 20% of the proceeds go toward one of 30 charitable organizations— Greater Boston Food Bank, Haley House, Casa Myrna and more. Th e brand, once known for their brightly colored beanies, has expanded to include apparel, art, gift s, and accessories from other small businesses. 42 Prince St., projectpaulie.com
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