With its long line of designer chic boutiques, Newbury Street doesn’t always make it easy for simple things to be noticed, but beauty will always rear its head above all, and that’s why these roses – fresh from a summer shower – were such a refreshing, and prominent, sight.
They fought for notice outside the colorfully-filled windows of Anthropologie and Ted Baker, and against the odds they won.
Despite the softness of their shades, their rich texture and stunning form – augmented by the beads of rain that still clung to select petals – was enough to warrant pause in my shopping expedition.
It takes a lot to stop that train.
I was grateful for the brakes.Back to Blog