haunts: noon.

coming across noon was like finding a hidden gem. with so much of providence’s buzz focused in the thayer street area it’s easy to overlook all that downtown has to offer. i’ll admit that i used to be one of those people until, that is, i started venturing around the westminster and weybosset area. it’s kind of a funny tale, of how providence’s center has shifted, from the watermarks of the 1938 hurricane, to my dad’s high school days near brown, and my obsession with niche restaurants of the westside. providence is truly an eclectic city and noon definitely represents that. when i stopped by to snap these photos, i think i may have done equally, if not more, chatting, as nora, caitlin, and odum (the shop’s mascot) were uberfriendly. with their melange of eco-friendly, chic, vintage-inspired, and handmade pieces, there is always something to take home. i might also suggest that with the holidays quickly approaching you stop by for some perfect gift ideas. there are pieces at every price point and if you’re stuck on what to get, just ask someone for help! what’s on my list, you may be asking… note the second to last photo. i’m obsessed with the tibetan-style necklace and just know that it would be a great addition to any outfit. ps. did you know that you can also shop via their site?

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