Seen in Boston

While my hubby and I were exploring all the classic history that is Boston, I saw so many great looks. Some were chic and modern, while others were snappy and vintage-inspired. Here are a few of my favorites.


I spotted this girl at Faneuil Hall, a charming downtown marketplace. She’s sporting a vintage Dooney and Bourke purse, along with a Rugby polo. Her look just said ‘Boston’ to me.


This girl was strolling through Boston Common, which was gorgeous with all the changing leaves. She’s a twin, so half of the clothes she’s wearing are hers, and half are her sister’s. They’re hard to see in such a small photo, but I loved her vintage-inspired earrings and necklace.


This girl’s fun ensemble caught my eye in the Theatre District. She walked past me once, and I lost her in the crowd; but I found her again later! She purchased her black and white sweater in a thrift store in San Francisco.

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3 Responses to Seen in Boston

  1. Alexa 11/19/2008 at 3:24 pm #

    Love all of these! I’m thinking about moving to Boston this summer for an internship (or two)!

  2. Marne 11/19/2008 at 7:11 pm #

    Oh man I looooove Boston! I haven’t been since 2000 or so, but I hope to visit again soon! You’re right Crystal, it’s so rich with history!
    Good luck with your internship, Alexa! I’m jealous!

  3. christine 01/21/2009 at 12:37 pm #

    hooray boston love!

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