On a rainy Monday Craig and I headed up to Lou & Grey in Natick for some holiday shopping. It was our second visit (I shared my first experience here) and this trip I had more time to really explore the store. If you haven’t been to a Lou & Grey store, it is an experience. From the unique lighting to the copper piping racks and old records displayed throughout the store, it’s an intimate and calming atmosphere. When we left Craig remarked he wished they sold mens clothing (hey you never know)! If you’re headed out for Black Friday shopping (or pre-Black Friday shopping) it’s a great place to check out not only for their clothing selection, but the incredible variety of Maker product they have throughout the store. What’s really unique about Lou & Grey is that they carry products from local “makers” (artists, designers, etc.). From jewelry to perfume and soap to hand dyed pillows and woven blankets there are beautiful hand made pieces from artists right in your backyard. The maker products are also exclusive to the location of the store, so if you’re in California the product will likely be from the West Coast, at the Natick store there’s pillows from Providence, RI, jewelry from Brooklyn, NY and blankets from Maine among other pieces. If you’re close to a Lou & Grey store you can shop the new collection (I picked up a few pieces and they are SO good). It will be available online starting December 2 and if you’re not close to a store, not to worry because their ENTIRE site is 40% off right now! I’ve included a few of my favorite pieces below, but one of my favorite things about Lou & Grey is that every single piece can be mixed and matched and worn together. Their jeans are one of the most comfortable pairs I own and you’ll want to live in any of their cozy sweaters. Click on the “+” to shop the pieces below all at 40% off! And stay tuned next week to see how I styled the new collection!
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