Need a custom suit or dress shirt? Head to Blank Label in Fort Point. One of two locations in Boston, Blank Label specializes in bespoke menswear, customizing pieces from polos to suits and topcoats from the ground up through one-on-one appointments. 27-43 Wormwood St, Suite 20.
If your skin is feeling a little blue after the long winter – or if you are – stop by Bluemercury to pamper yourself with one of their famous oxygen facials, or just browse their extensive collection of beauty and skincare products. 105 Seaport Blvd.
Shopping in the Seaport is definitely not limited to women. Along with Blank Label and Mr. Sid, Bonobos caters to the stylish men of the neighborhood. As one of Bonobos’ “Guideshop” locations, customers are treated to personal experiences with a Guide who will walk him through the product and help find the perfect style and fit. 54 Seaport Blvd.
As both a retail store and a pop-up collective, For Now hosts a rotating selection of local and regional artisans, craftsman, and clothing designers, providing them with a brick and mortar space to showcase their wares. 68 Seaport Blvd.
Brand new to the Seaport, this store is the iconic New England brand’s first urban location. It features everything you’ve come to love from L. L. Bean, from staples like fleece pullovers and outdoor gear to a “Lace Bar” for customizing your Bean Boots. 56 Seaport Blvd.
With Equinox and CorePower Yoga within a stone’s throw of the store, not to mention the Harbor Walk, pop in to lululemon for everything you could need to get your sweat on. 62 Seaport Blvd.
Shop the newest selection of footwear and apparel, from casual Classics to specialty fitness products at this Drydock location! Reebok has moved its corporate headquarters to 25 Drydock Avenue in the Seaport District complete with in-house fitness center and this new retail showroom! Check it out!
Mr. Sid is known for its luxury brands, personal service, and impeccable quality. And who wouldn’t want to enjoy a free libation at their bourbon bar while you’re browsing for some new duds? 49 Northern Avenue.
Flowers often say more than words are able to. Stapleton Floral is a one stop flower shop for everything from Get Well Soon arrangements to gift baskets. 200 Seaport Blvd.
Tango has been a fixture on the retail scene before the Seaport neighborhood was really developed. A go-to for quirky gifts, shop Alex and Ani, Uggs, Pandora, and Helly Hansen, and more. 200 Seaport Blvd.
If you’re in the market for some cool specs or shades that don’t clean out your checking account, head to the uber trendy Warby Parker. This popular eyewear spot provides on-site eye exams, fittings, and a vast array of frames to choose from. Bonus: for every pair of glasses sold, Warby Parker gives a pair to someone who needs them.