Groomsmen Gifts


Editors’ Choice 

Long’s Jewelers

Peabody, 978-531-6900,

Philosophy: The goal of Long’s Jewelers is to provide service, products, and value so excellent that customers will make the store their jewelry destination for life. 

Standout Qualities: The business keeps on top of trends, so gifting grooms can count on finding the perfect thank you for their attendants. Right now, the store reports, the most popular choices are classic offerings such as leather wallets from American-made brand Shinola, watches, and engraved cufflinks or money clips. 

What’s Unique: With five stores in and around Boston, the family-owned business combines the personal touch of an independent business with the convenience and selection of a chain.


Readers’ Choice 

Farley’s of Newburyport

Newburyport, 978-462-5401,

Philosophy: Farley’s of Newburyport is an upscale shop, but that doesn’t mean it is stuffy. With clothing and accessories from the casual to the formal, the shop aims to offer high-quality goods for every part of customers’ lives. 

Standout Qualities: Fitting gifts on offer include watches, leather belts, cufflinks, silk ties, and key fobs. Staff style consultants will help you pick out just the right items based on your preferences and your groomsmen’s personalities. 

What’s Unique: The complimentary in-house bar gives you a chance to relax as you shop.



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