Shopping Trip: Hudson

I stopped off at Hudson yesterday to pick up a Lynzarium (that’d be a terrarium by local lovely Lyndsay Maver) for a magazine holiday gift guide. Unbelievably, it was the first time I had been into the new space. (Hudson moved around the corner last year into the former photo studio space most recently occupied by clothing boutique Looc.) Owner/designer Jill Goldberg happened to be there, so we had a nice visit catching up on things. And, in the interest of efficiency and multi-tasking, I took lots of Instagram shots for a blog post. If you’re in Boston, Hudson’s got many wonderful gifts, plus plenty of wonderful furniture and home accessories. Definitely stop in.

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3 Comments

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3 Responses to Shopping Trip: Hudson

  1. Love the current lookbook!

  2. Jenna

    Hudson is overrated in my opinion. A lot of items but nothing to buy. It looks good in the store. The people that work there have the sort of designy smugness that makes me cringe. The store next door is better.

  3. Kelli

    Such a great piece! Since moving to the South End I’ve found the best gifts and home accessories at Hudson! Jenna, that’s too bad-I’ve had the best experience with the ladies at Hudson-they’ve been so helpful and friendly. I definitely get that small, local personal experience I love about the whole neighborhood.

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