Vintage Shop Feature- Castanet Newbury Street

Love this boutique! Cassie (the owner) is pleasant and helpful. You should definitely stop by and check it out. It's on the second level near Blue Bottle Cafe! Shop here especially for date night outfits and awesome jackets too. Their website can be found here at

 Photo credit - Stephanie Espinal

Castanet Designer Consignment is a bit of a hidden gem, located in a bright parlor space on the 2nd floor of 175 Newbury Street (between Dartmouth & Exeter) in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. The second hand shop stocks high end clothing from the wardrobes of the best dressed women in the city. You’ll find a mix of labels that satisfy a variety of price points.

Castanet opened in Spring 2016 and has quickly become a fashion lover’s dream, building on the legacy of The Closet (which was open for 38 years!) Castanet is the place to come for clothing that is special and unusual, when you don’t want to pay retail, or look like everyone else!

If you are interested in consigning, it is best to speak with the owner, Cassie. She is highly selective, but always on the lookout for people with fabulous personal style who wish to make room in their closet for new treasures. Give her a call or stop in! You can also check out @shopcastanet on Instagram for the first look at new arrivals.

Our relationships with fashion lovers all over the country allow Castanet to represent a completely unique range of merchandise. The selection changes constantly, with hundreds of items added every week. We pride ourselves on providing an expertly edited collection of high end designer labels. Some of the brands you'll often see in stock include: Alaïa, Céline, Chanel, Balenciaga, Isabel Marant, Akris, The Row, Proenza Schouler, Rick Owens, Yohji Yamamoto, Comme des Garcons, Ann Demeulemeester, Loro Piana, Brunello Cucinelli, Marni, and many others.

Here a few awesome images they have from their look book that I love! 

 Photo credit Lauren O'Neil and model Evan Petto

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