I recently had the opportunity to go to Boston for my first time. I was excited to see the city and learn about the history that the city has. I have long been in love with the Ted Baker Wonce Contrast Pleat A-Line Dress (link), and I thought the cute look of the dress fit Boston perfectly.
Every time I wear a Ted Baker dress, I love how all of their dresses are lined with a smooth and silky liner. It feels so good against your skin and really has the feeling of a well made, high quality dress. The Wonce Contrast Pleat A-Line Dress (link) has this, and the fit of the dress is cute but somehow sexy at the same time.
A feature of the Wonce Contrast Pleat A-Line Dress (link) that I love is the contrast of the deep navy blue with the purplish pink spliced design. This detail gives the dress a demure yet sophisticated layered look. More than once, I was asked if the dress was a single piece or two different pieces.
Boston exudes history and this history is meshed tightly with the bold architecture of the surrounding buildings and city art. What I didn’t know is that there is a strong fashion scene in Boston as well.
Nestled in the city center and amid the historical brownstones lining Boston’s more affluent neighborhoods is the city’s most enchanted area known as Newbury Street. This area is eight solid blocks filled with salons, boutiques, and fabulous dining; offering something for just about everyone.
I had so much fun walking along Newbury in my Wonce Contrast Pleat A-Line Dress (link) and stopping by all of my favorite shops. In one or two blocks, you can visit Alice and Olivia, Banana Republic, Kate Spade, Ted Baker, Vince, Chanel, BCBG, and even the likes of Versace and Valentino.
Boston was wonderful. I loved the kindness of the people, the Italian North End area where I fell in love with cannoli’s, the shopping, the history, the art, and the list goes on and on. If you get a chance, make sure to visit Boston. It’s now one of my favorite cities, and one that I want to visit again soon.