Sarah here, spotting at Shecky’s Girls Night Out Boston. As a stylist, I live for all these amazing vendors in one place. There were so many things to see and do at Shecky’s, so I had some exploring to do.
Trends right now are a harbinger of what will be hot in the fall, and mesh jewelry is definitely a go. These beautiful necklaces and bracelets are from GLAM and range from $25-30.
Cameos were everywhere! Be it on a necklace, earrings or a bracelet, get ready to embrace and bring back your grandmother’s favorite timepiece. I love how all the different designs have made them current. These are from SKM Jewelers in Framingham, Massachusetts.
The Body Shop had a special treat for all Sheckster’s—we could purchase products from their new line of hair care before it hits stores next month. There was even a petition to stop human trafficking, which I gladly signed. I also loved their new face creams and serums.
Every girl loves candles, myself included. I was so excited when I found Fifth and Madison Collection. I could smell the candles as soon as I walked into Girls Night Out.
One of the funnest and most informational spots was the Charles Street Family Chiropractic. They were giving posture tests and checking out any back problems. Shopping and some therapeutic treatment all in one place!
A little hungry and thirsty, I stopped for a 30-minute beer and cheese tasting. It was fun seeing what beer goes best with a certain cheese. Yum!
X-Rated was serving up their delicious cocktails! Their liqueur is amazing and can be mixed with prosecco or even soda water.
…Oh, and I can’t forget the fellow Boston fashionistas that I spotted.
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Sarah McManus is a personal fashion stylist, wardrobe consultant and writer. She owns Sarah McManus Styling where she shares her style and expertise. Sarah is also the Boston Fashion Trends writer for the Examiner and contributes to AnyWearGirl, Shop It To Me, and Trunk Club.