Located at 55 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill MA, Portobello Road is a one stop shop, boho-chic botique for the smart set.
Inspired by trend-setting lifestyle stores in New York, Paris, Milan and Martha’s Vineyard, we offer a carefully curated array of truly special and beautiful clothing, jewelry, accessories, plants, housewares and gifts from around the world. As busy mothers who care equally about form and function, we created the store of our dreams: a place where you can efficiently fulfill your shopping needs in one go, while experiencing the joy of a treasure hunt among fresh floral bouquets and scented candles.
We are “the shop with a soul” because our mission has always been to walk the walk. We are not just a store, but a community committed to buying organic and fair trade, to supporting local designers and artisans at home and abroad, and to leveraging Portobello Road to raise funds for organizations providing strategic help for people in need from Haiti to Japan to many local schools and charities. We handpick every item we sell, & are proud to say that many of our dollars directly benefit communities across the globe who supply us with their wares. We want our customers to not only look and feel good, but know they are doing good when they shop with us.
55 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Come visit us just a few miles outside of Boston at 55 Boylston Street at THE STREET in Chestnut Hill by Shake Shack, Lululemon and Pinkberry. Free parking is available. If coming by T, take the green “D” line and we are a short 10 minute walk from the train.
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Meet ouR featured designer: Smita Paul of Indigo Handloom
Indigo Handloom is a social justice fueled fashion company that creates low impact jobs, preserves the handloom craft, and reduces the environmental damages of the fashion industry. They create jobs in rural India in areas with little or no reliable sources of energy. By making handloom or handwoven fabrics - the average weaver can make a living for himself and support an average of eight family members - while maintaining an average carbon footprint of 1.19 tons per year (an average American is 48). This is a fantastic way to create positive social impact and create great fashion!
Call (617) 264–2020 from 10a – 6p daily, or send us a message below.