Guide To Spoiling Your Loved OneValentine’s Day is soon upon us. If you’re in need of a bit of inspiration for gifts for your loved ones, look no further. Our gift ideas stay true to the classics—if not cliché— of chocolate, flowers, candy and indulgence in the form of the spa.
Keeping The Cheers In Your Holiday WearIt’s not too late to finalize how to dress your best for New Year’s Eve. We’ve compiled three outfits to ease the planning process— one casual, one for dinner parties, and of course, one for cocktail parties and New Year’s Eve.
Plan And Pack Accordingly For The HolidaysHere are some tricks to use to pack as little as possible yet create a number of fabulous outfits for multiple occasions.
Picking A Thoughtful Host Or Hostess GiftLooking for a gift to bring to a holiday party? Below you'll find a few options that will have your host thanking you profusely.
Custom Gifts From One Of Boston’s Jewelry Designers, Hannah BlountNantucket born and raised jewelry designer, Hannah Blount, has created custom jewelry pieces that are perfect holiday gifts for those who prefer to share handmade works of art.
Best Of Men’s Fall Fashion In Boston Here are a few classic pieces, on which you can put your own spin, that will help you join the ranks of well-dressed men.
The Art of Layering; Dressing for Fall in BostonWondering what to wear this fall in Boston? Martini Severin has some fashion advice on the art of layering.
Getting Crafty, How To Make Your Own Faux-Leather Pouch Faux-Leather pouches are 'in' and they can be expensive. But they're easy enough to make yourself.
Dressing Your BestMartini Severin writes about dressing your best and gives a list of boutiques where you will find a day dress that will work for your wardrobe for years to come.
Belting Up Your Next OutfitI'm a huge belt lover. I wear them with skirts, dresses, over shirts, blazers, and under blazers. The only thing I don’t do is wear them with jeans or pants.
Where To Find The Perfect Baking Dish In BostonSomewhere between Thanksgiving and Easter, I lost my favorite white baking dish. I found a new one, a great one, at a local hardware store.
Being Green & Stylish, Using Vintage Hankies Instead of TissuesWhat started as a common cold turned into a new obsession, handkerchiefs.