5 Souvenirs We Think You Should Buy

These inspired reminders of Massachusetts travels give lobster magnets and candy baked beans something to strive for

Globetrotters who have sworn off all things kitsch can still remember their travels with these tokens—and retain their cool factor.

Shwood Louisville Slugger


Premium eye wear company Shwood teams up with Louisville Slugger to create a unique token and essential buy for visiting baseball fans here in the hometown of the 2013 World Series Champions. Pick up Shwood’s popular Canby or Haystack frames in limited-edition form—made with reclaimed ash wood from actual, previously used official MLB Slugger bats. How’s that for sporty style?
Available: Bodega, 6 Clearway St., Boston, Mass., or here.


Alex Woo Little Harvard


Any nostalgic young lady of the Yard who graduates from student to alumnus this month will love Alex Woo’s Little Collegiate collection of chain-and-charm necklaces featuring the Crimson’s iconic ‘H’ in sterling silver, yellow gold or white gold with diamonds. Add on the ‘14 mini addition to mark the year of her momentous rite of passage.
Available: Lux Bond and Green, 416 Boylston St., Boston, Mass., 617.266.4747, or here.

The Home. T


Hot-in-Hollywood The Home. T is apparently the latest look for celebs who want to express their inner state pride. Being from Massachusetts—one of the best states, of course, for its firsts, its smahts and its clam chowder—we kinda like this comfy-chic trend. Super soft T-shirts (and adorable onesies) feature the word ‘home’ inside a graphic depiction of the Bay State. And, well, if you have never called Mass home, The Home. T offers similar looks for all 50 of our realms, Puerto Rico, the U.S., and even Canada
Available: here.

Home tee

Joyo Boston Cuff Bracelet


Scituate-based artist Jenn Liddiard creates gorgeous laser-cut cherry wood cuff bracelets by hand and featuring a variety of patterns including an intricate map of the Back Bay neighborhood, recognizable for its parallel street grid, and the Public Garden and Boston Common land plots.
Available: NOA, 88 Charles St., Boston, Mass. 857.233.4912, or here.

Trillium Wakerobin


Grab a bottle or fill a growler with a fresh pour of Wakerobin, the farmhouse-style red rye ale from Boston's-own year-old brewery, Trillium. It's malty, peppery and has hints of stone fruit; best of all, the Tasting Room in Fort Point is open most afternoons.
Available: Trillium, 369 Congress St., Boston, Mass., 617.453.8745, or here.