SPONSORED POST: Lyn Evans, that Wellesley landmark that has kept fashion-forward women clad in contemporary clothing and accessories for the past 30 years at its 8 Church St. location, is freshening things up. Jenn Shotkus — co-owner, Vice President of Merchandising, and Buyer — who grew up working at the store alongside her late mother and mentor, Linda Shotkus, inherited her mom’s passion for fashion, work ethic, and eye for style. Jenn is bringing in a younger, fresher vibe to the store with designers like Bailey 44, Parker Smith, Johnny Was, and more to bring a new attitude to the shopping experience. The name of the store stays the same, and the looks will be as curated as ever. The feel of it just got a little edgier to match the discriminating tastes of today’s Lyn Evans client.
The Lyn Evans website has also been revamped from top to bottom, which means clients can now shop anytime, from anywhere and have their order either shipped to their home or ready for pick-up at the store.
One thing that won’t change — giving back to the community, something that is essential to the core values of the Lyn Evans team. Through a combination of fundraisers, fashion shows, and other charity events throughout the year, Lyn Evans lives the ethos of community service. Just a couple of organizations they are involved with: The Herren Project, a non-profit organization founded by former Celtics player Chris Herren, that provides assistance to families affected by addiction; and the Wellesley Service League‘s annual May fashion show.
Stop in and shop their new Spring arrivals. They have great scarves, too. As they say at the store, “A scarf is always a good idea.” Mention this article in store for 10% off your full price purchase or shop online at www.lynevans.com and use
codeSWELLESLEY at checkout.