Cupcake – Baltimore, MD

20 Sep

On our way back home from Myrtle Beach, Will and I stopped in Baltimore and spent the night. We woke up in Fells Point, and walked to South Broadway, a cute little section of town on the water with a bunch of shops and eateries. That’s where we found Cupcake Boutique, which was voted “best boutique” by Baltimore magazine.

Cupcake is a high end women’s fashion boutique, with vendors and styles that are usually found in NYC and L.A. boutiques. They had labels like Nicole Miller, BCBG, J Brand Jeans, 525 America, and Laundry.  I feel like if I lived in Baltimore, Cupcake would be a boutique that I’d go to find an outfit for a special date or an event dress. The store was very easy to shop, it had a nice open feel, and very modern industrial look to it.

Right when I walked in, I couldn’t take my eyes off the manikin on the right with the military green colored leather zip up jacket (photo below).  I immediately asked to try it on and fell in love. The jacket fit perfect, the sales associate Mary Jo was so helpful and friendly. She said that the jacket, designed by Laundry by Shelli Segal just came in earlier that week for their fall collection. The jacket only came in one size run, and the medium was already sold in that first week. That was the selling point right there for me, had to have it! I walked out of Cupcake with a gorgeous new fall leather jacket, that I’m so happy with. My next trip down south will definitely include a stop at Cupcake to check out their latest fashion. Also be sure to check out Cupcake’s blog, where they post new designs and collections that come in.


813 South Broadway

Baltimore, MD 21231


2 Responses to “Cupcake – Baltimore, MD”

  1. NLP Book November 16, 2010 at 4:02 pm #

    leather jackets can really make you look good, they also make you feel warm and comfortable “~.


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