With 75 stores and restaurants to browse through, one can find just about everything within this multilevel complex. Neiman Marcus is a featured store with polite sales clerks who actually take your name and number if they are out of desired stock. There are Louis Vuitton, Armani, Christian Dior and Salvatore Ferragamo as well as the ever-familiar Burberry, Intimacy, Tiffany & Co. and Barneys New York.
The Saks store in Boston is located within the famous The Shops At Prudential Center surrounded by a variety of leading restaurants and other attractions. The fashion clothing store is an attraction in itself and home to famous brands like Prada, Versace, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and many more. The store boasts of an exclusive collection of exquisite wedding accessories including tiaras and stunning wedding gowns among other things. You will also find some premium fragrance collections and interesting jewelry designs here. Don't forget to check out the kids apparels and women's footwear too!
Any shopper will enjoy a stroll down this street, which features eight blocks of upscale boutiques, shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. On warm weekends, the sidewalks are teeming with window shoppers, street performers and overflowing outdoor cafes. Located in the historic Back Bay, much of the brownstone architecture is influenced by the Art Nouveau style of the 1920s. In addition, chic galleries and restaurants, such as Stephanie's on Newbury and attracts a well-dressed, sophisticated crowd.
This jeweler, located near the Public Garden, opened in 1796 and is the oldest in the United States. Shreve, Crump and Low sells Rolex watches and other brand names, but is better known for unique items, many of which, surprisingly, are quite reasonably priced. Besides jewelry, the specialties are crystal, china and gifts. This flagship store also offers repairs and appraisals for jewelry and watches. There is another location at The Mall at Chestnut Hill, Newton.
This high-end jewelry and luxury gift store is internationally renowned. You will find beautiful engagement rings, wedding bands in gold and platinum, anniversary gifts destined for posterity and precious stones in any shape and size. Other items of note include crystal goblets, clocks, all the best silver, fantastic china goods and some of most incredible watches ever to grace a wrist.
This Swiss fashion house for the modern woman can be found on Newbury Street. Since 1922, the Kriemler family has been putting together magnificent collections and Boston has always taken notice of their haute couture. Halfway between conservative and cutting edge, this is where a professional woman would find power suits for the office and versatile outfits that work day or night. Designer Albert Kriemler has done his best with tapered pantsuits, smart suit jackets and streamlined skirts. The business attire here is very professional, yet feminine enough for any woman to feel classy and put-together.
This Downtown Crossing store specializes in wedding bands, engagements rings and moonstone jewelry. Contemporary and traditional settings of fine gems in gold are created and signed by onsite artisans. Many of the designs are inspired by natural shapes, such as the 'wave' bracelet and the 'water-patterned' wedding band. Custom-made designs are also possible. Call for a private appointment or an after-hours consultation.
Inside the Jewelers Exchange Building at Downtown Crossing sits one of the more elegant stores in the city. It features untold numbers of exquisite marquise cut diamonds and an incredible assortment of sapphires, diamonds, rubies and emeralds, all fitted in gold and platinum. With a heaping of fine gifts, excellent customer service and expert advice, this 50-year-old Boston jeweler is an inspiring shopping experience.
In business since 1839, E.B. Horn store has one of Boston's largest selections of luxury jewelry. The expert staff members can answer your questions and provide honest advice about the store's impeccable collection of tennis bracelets, rings, precious stones, watches and necklaces. With so many styles and variations, shopping here can be an exhausting, but a rewarding experience.
Hey all you men out there, you don't need any more excuses not to accompany your wives on their shopping trips to the North End! Walk into Modo Gatto, where you'll find cool shirts, jeans, pullovers, and sportswear, all under one roof! Your favorite labels are available too–Tavernetti, Ben Sherman, Yanuk etc. Owner Kristen Massaro has also installed a TV screen that telecasts sports, so you won't lose out on that important match while shopping! But the ladies are sure to lose their cool, now that it's their turn to wait for you! In addition to the usual opening hours, the store is open on Mondays during spring and summer.
Overlooking Boston Common is this truly elegant boutique for those who appreciate quality couture. The worldwide line caters to women of all ages in all nations, and the clothes have appeared on some of the world's best dressers. Opulent fabrics from pale hues to vibrant colors are streamlined for the office, extravagant for gala gowns and always sophisticated. Created with functionality and comfort in mind, the fashion includes sportswear, sexy print sarongs and beaded gowns. Luggage, fragrances and leather goods are also available at Escada.
Billing the inventory as 'The Perfect White Shirt Collection', this store sells basic white shirts that have been transformed into anything but basic. Sheer fabrics, thick layers, button downs, snaps, delicate pinpoint embroidery, exotic collars and even undergarments like bustiers are sold here. White dominates the scene, but black shirts can now be found among the racks as well. This is still the best place in town to find a white blouse.