monkeyandthebug


Lusting after….

Maison Martin Margiela Painted Transparent Boot

Silent By Damir Doma

Coral by Rachel Comey

LD Tuttle’s “The Burn”

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Stels…


Racks and racks

Aside from running Monkey & The Bug and mothering twin girls, I also co-own a mens and womens wear shop. Stels was born eight years ago by my friend Jon, my husband Dave, and myself. We carry brands such as Rachel Comey, Gary Graham, Robert Geller, Aiko, Suno, Our Legacy, and many more. Stels is currently having a huge 50% off sale. Head HERE to shop.

I wanted to share a few photos of our store which shares a space with Monkey & The Bug. After almost a decade of life, the shop has become my second home. We tried to make it a clean, welcoming, friendly environment and I think we achieved our goal. There are always friends visiting and great music playing. It feels more like a hang out spot than a clothing store. We are located at 334 Newbury Street in Boston, MA. If you are local or ever in the area, pop in and say  HI!

Artist Raul Gonzalez created these beautiful pieces. They are for sale and you can read more about Raul and his work HERE.

We carry Warby Parker in the shop. I am obsessed with the collaboration they did with Suno. Head HERE for more info.


close up of Suno X Warby Parker


Mens


Womens shoes and the dressing rooms



What I Wore
May 4, 2011, 12:41 pm
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I spend a lot of days working at our shop, Stel’s on Newbury Street. The weather here in Boston has been Spring like but with a bit of a chill so I prefer to dress in layers. Here, I am wearing pieces from our shop (you can find some online). Both the cardigan and tank are made of linen and the leggings have an amazing leather detail on them. They remind me of riding pants but with an edge. The Rachel Comey booties are super comfy and can be worn all year round.

Linen cardigan is by Mizuiro
Natural linen tank top by V::Room
Black legging with leather detail in front by Surface To Air
Caramel booties by Rachel Comey