Bohindie Stream and the magic of its jewelry and vintage fashion have traveled across the world. One place I have carried this free spirit is to a place that is near and dear to my heart, Boston. New England is a beautiful part of the country, but Boston, Massachusetts has to be my favorite for the culture it brings and how it is so in sync with Bohindie Stream. Freedom and rebellion describe both entities so well, and they are far different from the rest. There is a distinct energy that thrives among Bostonians and their styles of fashion that range from funky, sporty, classic, to vintage. Boston and its people are very supportive, and it is a smaller, more intimate version of New York. Discovering the heart of Boston is to frolic on over to one of the most beautiful and oldest parks in the country, the Boston Commons. It is an enchanting place for the free spirit to escape the city life and attain inner peace with the sky, nature, and life. Afterwards, you can mosey on over to the famous swan boats in the lagoon at the center of the Boston Public Gardens. There are events galore in between the roller rink and swimmable fountains, and the dazzling arrangements of flowers, statues, and animals all lead to a dreamy and exquisite experience in the parks. Even the famous, super-touristy duck tours are fun, as you waddle from place to place quaking into your duck beak noisemaker. After your tail feathers are all shaken, you can flutter into the very popular Quincy Market. There is a barrage of eateries and cafes inside that will satisfy any and every craving you have, including the ever so scrumptious New England clam chowder. Plenty of playful street entertainment populates the streets as you digest before you can head off to catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park overlooking a breathtaking sunset. Much like the support the Bohindie community has in coming together, Boston comes together to the ballpark to sing Sweet Caroline, do the wave, and chant “Yankee’s suck!” all together. Even if you are not a sports fan, it is a cultural experience that can send shivers down your spine. Finish the night at some of the nation’s oldest taverns, and you, Bohindie Babes, will have been immersed in the beauty of Boston.
Written by Kyle Brunstetter