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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Motley Shoe Store

Speaking of Motley, I was reading the new Stuff @ Night earlier this evening and read about Motley Shoe Store, a new store from Motley owner Doug Palardy.

The store sounds like an amazing space. It "is a clean, showroom-style 'shoe gallery' with a whimsical tree-house feel that Palardy created using mostly reclaimed materials such as railroad ties and found lumber."

Much like his clothing store, Palardy knows what he's doing when it comes to picking what to sell. "The shop carries primarily limited-edition sneakers - both men's and women's styles - from brands including Nike, Converse by John Varvatos, Puma, and Adidas, and will eventually expand to sandals, boots, and leather pieces." Sounds like my kind of shoe store.

According to Stuff @ Night, Motley Shoe Store is set to open in "early October". I haven't been down to the South End in a few weeks. Does anyone know if it's open yet?


Anonymous said...

Yes, it's open @ 76 Dartmouth St (across from Appleton Bakery).

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