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Emily Xie and Colin Teo/Books Liquor; Road Trip by Maisie Crow
Maisie Crow for The Boston Globe
Amy Chase’s rolling vintage store.


Harvard student Grace Sun and recent graduate Emily Xie’s blog Books & Liquor seeks — and finds! — all sorts of people putting together fashionable looks in and around the Yard and the Square. The site’s name, says Xie, reflects “student life,” and though she’s not sure Books & Liquor helped her land her job doing product management at a tech company, “it’s on my resume.”


Amy Chase’s wildly successful vintage mobile shop, The Haberdash — a 1954 Bellwood Trailer — got a brick-and-mortar home base in September with the opening of Crompton Collective, an antique and artisan mall in Worcester’s Canal District brimming with vintage clothing, retro furniture, and handmade items.


Wondering where to find a pair of L.K. Bennett shoes like the ones the Duchess of Cambridge is constantly being photographed in? Nordstrom and Bloomingdale’s are the only Massachusetts stores that carry the British brand. Bloomingdale’s, The Mall at Chestnut Hill, 617-630-6000,