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Kenzie & Hope in Boston

Kenzie & Hope

200 Linden Street, Wellesley , Massachusetts 02482

Kenzie & Hope is more than a store - it's a lifestyle - with stylish apparel & accessories for young girls and the young at heart.

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Addicted in Boston


140 Shawmut Ave, Boston , Massachusetts 02118

Nestled on the North Shore of Massachusetts, Addicted seeks out the most unique items at the most affordable prices. Whether your next find is an accessory or a frock, the fresh and hip MA atmosphere will keep you coming back.

Best Known For: Women's clothing and accessories

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Nearby Neighborhoods in Massachusetts


In Salem, history new dies and the Witch Trails for which the city is infamous have spawned Wiccan boutiques and kitschy Halloween festivities that would scare even the supposed witches of yore. Look deep enough, though, and you'll see past the witch-obsessed culture and into the eye of a unique community and distinctive style that puts Salem on the fashion map.


A charming island just south of Cape Cod, this intimate town is a prime destination for vacationing in the summer months. With its beaches, restaurants, and amazing boutiques, Nantucket embodies the romantic appeal of a resort town.

Cape Cod

Cape Cod is known for its pristine beaches, classic lighthouses, clam shacks, abundance of golf courses, and the Cape Cod National Seashore. “The Cape” is a popular vacation destination during the summer months while the winters are serene and quiet.


Worcester is known as the "Heart of the Commonwealth"

Martha's Vineyard

Martha's Vineyard is an island located south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, known for being an affluent summer colony. Often called just "The Vineyard", the island has a land area of 100 square miles.

Neighborhoods in Boston

North End

Boston?s oldest residential neighborhood, the North End is now know as the city?s own Little Italy. Just like its overseas counterpart, the neighborhood offers up unbeatable cuisine and style.

South End

A Boston Landmark District distinguished by the Victorian row houses lining its streets, the South End once enjoyed a reputation as Bostons jazz mecca. Today it offers a singular shopping experience.


Home to Harvards main campus, Cambridge is a sleepy college town, tucked away within the bustling bigger city. Each of Cambridges many charming squares holds its own intriguing set of shops.


Once a city all it's own, the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston now boasts a pristine reputation as a quaint, residential area just north of the Charles river. Only one square mile in size, Charlestown is chock-full of secret finds from old historical landmarks to brand new boutiques


Just a few bus stops from Cambridge, Arlington is the slightly sleepier neighbor, but this smaller burg does not lag in a sartorial scene all its own.


A largely residential suburb bordering Arlington, Belmont is distinguished by its three commercial centers: Belmont Center, Cushing and Waverly Squares. Each distinct locale serves up a veritable buffet of shopping opportunities.


A small but thriving suburb, Windham lies just a few short miles from Boston. Its boutique offerings coupled with its small-town charm place it in fierce competition with the larger metropolis.

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill comprises some of Boston?s most desirable real estate. Stroll through the neighborhood?s picturesque gaslit, cobblestone streets and visit its boutiques for an experience peppered with local color.

North Shore

Peppered with a rocky coastline and the former home of T.S. Eliot and Robert Lowell, North Shore is the quintessential new England coastal region. Find the most unique New England finds in the city whose nature and people inspire the world.


Just 33 miles north of Boston, Essex is a tiny costal town filled with world renowned art galleries, antique stores and artisans. The breathtaking marshlands and wildlife have drawn independent artists for centuries.

Back Bay

Boston's Back Bay is known for its Victorian brownstone homes and fashionable shopping destinations on Newbury and Boylston Street. The neighborhood is also home to some of the city's tallest office buildings, including the Prudential Center and the Hynes Convention Center.


Located two miles northwest of Boston, Somerville is known for its quaint eateries and privately owned boutiques, making it a cultural hub for locals and visitors alike.

South Shore

The South Shore of Massachusetts is a geographic region stretching south and east from Boston toward Cape Cod along the shores of Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay. It is subject to varying descriptions including municipalities in eastern Norfolk and Plymouth counties.