A passel of new shops open their doors

Opposite page (clockwise from top left): a Sarah Janks gown at Ceremony, which opens on Charles Street Nov. 21; Hanadi Hamzeh, owner of Covet in South Boston; jewelry at the Gemvara showroom on Newbury Street; Nantucket location of Sail Loft, which is opening a store on Boylston Street in Chestnut Hill Nov. 29; Sophie Hughes’s South End boutique Ore.
Opposite page (clockwise from top left): a Sarah Janks gown at Ceremony, which opens on Charles Street Nov. 21; Hanadi Hamzeh, owner of Covet in South Boston; jewelry at the Gemvara showroom on Newbury Street; Nantucket location of Sail Loft, which is opening a store on Boylston Street in Chestnut Hill Nov. 29; Sophie Hughes’s South End boutique Ore.

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It feels as if new stores are arriving in Boston as quickly as leaves are falling this season. After a brisk summer of retail action, a new batch of stores and websites open this month and next, just in time to help you spend a bit more on your holiday shopping. In addition to new locations for Tommy Bahama (Newbury Street) and Intermix (Chestnut Hill), other hot shops -- and websites -- are coming soon.

Sail Loft [opening Nov. 29]

Friends Robert Noe Jr. and Peter Mugford, both 25, started their T-shirt business while in high school. They moved from T-shirts to selling high-end sportswear branded with college insignias, turning their business into a $1 million operation. After opening a pair of stores in Nantucket, one for men and one for women, the two are branching into the Boston area with Sail Loft, a high-end boutique arriving in Chestnut Hill on

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