1.9 min readBy Published On: May 28th, 2014Categories: Lifestyle, Style and Shopping4 Comments

shopping & style

Photography by Joel Benjamin

Hair/Make-Up by Tammi McEvoy
Models: Dana Ulwick, Quinee, Rose, Kev Kalhori and Sebastian all from Magie, Inc.

Shot on location at the Boston Harbor Yacht Club on Day Blvd. in South Boston.  Bikini and board shorts both from Target at South Bay. Mink Pink sunglasses, $39.95 and Kendra Phillips elephant pendant, $44 from Ku De Ta (663 East Broadway).

 

Floral top, $44, Habit (701 East Broadway) Floral halo, $30, Pretty Reckless (485 East Broadway)

 

Bag by Two’s Company, $120, Ku De Ta (663 East Broadway)

Red/White/Blue romper by Mink Pink, $98, Mink Pink Sunglasses ($39.95) Ku De Ta, Tan Marc by Marc Jacobs jumper $56, Covet (395 W. Broadway), Blue romper, $80, Habit

Mickey Mouse T, $15, Target at South Bay, Ray-ban Wayfarers  – Model’s own

Alice and Olivia silk floral dress, $78, Closet Connection (553 East Broadway)

Orange leather Celine tote,$850, Dew Luxe (36 A Street)

Ray-ban Aviators $129, TJ Maxx, South Bay

White tunic, $50, Blue silk Hermes scarf, $200, Dew Luxe, Red anchor t, $36, ivory and black polka dot shorts, $48, Habit

Blue silk Hermes scarf, $250, Dew Luxe

White crocheted cover-up by Mink Pink, $108, elephant pendant by Kendra Phillips, $44, bracelet by Two’s Company, $45, all at Ku De Ta, bikini at Target.

Taco button-down and striped tank top by from Target. 

Romper, $64, Pretty Reckless, Mink Pink sunglasses, $39.95, Ku De Ta

White All Saints Dress, $50, Dew Luxe, Sailboat shorts, $39.99 at TJ Maxx

Denim shirt, $25, Covet, Mink Pink Sunglasses, $39.95, Ku De Ta

Shot on location at the Boston Harbor Yacht Club.

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Anonymous May 30, 2014 at 4:43 am
    Is anything in Southie sacred anymore? Shame on BHYC.
  2. Anonymous May 30, 2014 at 6:48 pm

    basically.. men in southie can only shop at Target and TJ Maxx…. lets get some more mens shops in Southie! We need it!

  3. Maureen Dahill June 11, 2014 at 11:45 pm

    We’re confused why the BHYC should be ashamed?  They should be proud of the fact that they were used as a location in a piece that is promoting small local business and helping local economy.  There’s no shame in that!

     

  4. RJ July 16, 2014 at 10:51 pm

    What “sacred” bond has the BHYC broken? What issue do you have with them using their location to promote local boutique businesses (excluding Target and TJ Maxx, that is)?

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