As long as I’ve been in Boston, I’ve loved spending Sundays at the SoWa Open Market in the South End, and I’m so excited that an expansion of it, Greenway Open Market, is now open on Saturdays along the Rose Kennedy Greenway. At both of these outdoor set-ups, you can find the most adorable little eco-boutique, Nancy’s Gone Green.
Nancy and Mary, a mother-daughter team, opened Nancy’s Gone Green in 2008 with the hope to make our world a little bit more beautiful, every day. And beautiful, they make it. I would buy their entire stock of inventory if I could, from the eco-chic dressesskirtsshirts and more, to the fair trade and recycled jewelry and accessories. The best part is how affordable the products are– half under $50… how often do you see that in small boutiques??
Green and fair
Jenny Krauss belts– each is one of a kind
Casual, cocktail, and career dresses
Possibly the softest fabric you will ever feel
A skirt from Re:awakened, Nancy’s own vintage line
Sweet vintage trims
Bracelets made from recycled driftwood
Hannah Naomi rings
Pambil bracelets to mix and match
A Silly Yeti dress– more on that tomorrow!
Made from recycled saris
Greenway Open Market is open every Saturday June through October, and SoWa is open every Sunday May through October. Though if you’re not in Boston, you can order everything found at their shop online here!