Our Guide to Small Business Saturday
In 2010, American Express launched a successful national campaign, naming the day following Black Friday, “Small Business Saturday.” This movement encouraged people nationwide to support local businesses, starting a holiday shopping tradition.
This year, Small Business Saturday will be on November 29. If you’re looking for local establishments to support this holiday season, Your Mag has got you covered. Here are 5 unique Boston businesses to shop at on Small Business Saturday 2014, and all year round!
623 Tremont Street
A “curtsy to the makers”, Olives & Grace sells specialty home items, food, accessories, and more produced by independent and emerging artists and craftsmen. Curate your own gift box set with items from the store and Olives and Grace will wrap it up in an eco-friendly and stylish package for you.
53 Charles Street
Holiday boutique is home to adorable jewelry, accessories, and apparel. In addition to stocking products from small fashion brands, Holiday also carries in-house labels such as "Pretty Little Thing," a line of handmade clothes; "Pretty Little Vintage," re-worked vintage items; and "Pretty Little Sister," gently priced contemporary goods.
133 Charles Street
Find the perfect gift from Good’s selection of home decor, jewelry, and accessories. The store has a self-described "New England" aesthetic and is stocked with "affordable luxuries."
53 Dartmouth Street
Follain sells healthy and safe beauty products, all made in the USA. Choose from skin, hair, and cosmetic items for a great gift, or treat yourself!
12 Fleet Street
Twilight boutique sells stylish clothing and accessories for any occasion, day or night. The boutique carries brands such as Tracy Reese, Cosabella, and Free People as well as obscure labels such as Akiko and Oats Cashmere.
Shop small this November, and support these chic local businesses.