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J.McLaughlin is no stranger to Massachusetts—it already has stores spanning the entire Bay State coast, from Beverly Farms to Hingham and throughout the Cape and islands—but just this week, it landed in a new neighborhood. The seventy-first store for the brand is open for business at The Street in Chestnut Hill, serving up classic clothing and accessories for both genders in a 2,100 square foot space.
The clean-cut brand hails from a single shop in Manhattan's Upper East Side, with a knack for color and print. The new store will look similar to the typical J.McLaughlin, including decorative paint finishes culled from the company's signature color palette. A grand opening is slated for November 21.
· J.McLaughlin [Official Site]