Hubba Hubba Boston has been selling cutting edge clothing since 1979. Since then, it has also become known as Boston’s kinkiest boutique store.
This treasure trove of saucy delights gives you the tools and inspiration to make a lasting impression – both in and out of the boudoir, or, indeed, the dungeon!
Hubba Hubba Boston is not concerned with the ‘ordinary’ or the ‘normal.’ It consistently rejects such terms. This shop is all about making an impact. It’s about being quirky and unforgettable. And outrageously, fabulously kinky.
The store is rooted in punk and rock fashions. Punk is an attitude; it’s the exponent of a ‘Do It Yourself’ ethos. It’s about tearing up the rules and boundaries and creating your own fashions – not just in what you wear but in the way you live your life.
Punk pays no heed to what is deemed ‘acceptable.’ And it steadfastly challenges tedious and inhibiting conventions such as class and patriarchy. In other words, it does all the things that a bold kink and fetish lifestyle should do. Consequently, daring kinksters will find their natural home in Hubba Hubba Boston.
So what can you expect to find in the store? First and foremost, it is known for its staggering array of corsets – the largest selection in the area. There’s also a vast collection of hosiery and lingerie to choose from, meaning there is absolutely no excuse to become predictable in your bedroom attire.
As well as all the sexy clothing, Hubba Hubba Boston offers a superb range of vibrators and other sex toys and BDSM equipment to take your shenanigans to an altogether different level. Whether you’re looking for tools for impact play, sensation play, chastity, pegging, or even a bit of electrostimulation, you will find it here. Better yet, many of these products are handmade locally, meaning you’re supporting the fetish community.
The shop was founded 40 years ago by Susan Phelps and is now owned by MJ Pullins and Reign Fure. But the friendly, welcoming – and unapologetically kinky – atmosphere that marked it out when it first started trading is still there in abundance.