Convenient Access: easily accessible from any direction. GPS "100 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02116" or use the Traveling Here feature at the top of our home page. The Copley Place Parking Garage is operated by Laz Parking.
Copley Place Parking Garage Rates:
0 - 1 hour: $9
1 - 2 hours: $19
2 - 3 hours: $28
3 - 10 hours: $32
10 - 20 hours: $36
20 - 24 hours: $37
Maximum Daily Rate: $37
STANDARD Early Bird Parking Program: $20.00 flat rate
In before 9am, exit between 1pm and 8pm on the same day. Effective Monday though Friday ONLY.
MEMBERSHIP Early Bird Parking Program: $15.00 flat rate
same as STANDARD terms above, but put a credit card on file at garage office and receive this extra $5.00 discount.
VALIDATED PARKING Program:
All Copley Place stores offer a validated parking rate of $12 with a minimum purchase of $10. The validation program applies ONLY to stays of 3 hours or less; for parking longer than 3 hours, the charge for all hours will be calculated at the posted rates.
EVENING PARKING RATES: WITH validation by a Copley Place retailer (stores close @ 8pm Mon-Sat): in after 5pm, exit before 2am . . . Park for $15.00.
MONTHLY PARKING: Individual and group monthly parking terms are available. For more information contact: Laz Parking 617.369.5025
Hertz on Demand:
Available at our Dartmouth Street garage - for more information please visit www.HertzonDemand.com.
Available at our Dartmouth Street garage - for more information please visit www.zipcar.com.
3 Dresses That Will Get You Through Wedding Season
Posted May 3 // Kaitlyn Madden
Between now and the middle of October, I have seven weddings to go to.
Don't get me wrong, I love weddings: Dancing, cake, Champagne, an excuse to dress up ... what's not to love? That last one, though, dressing up, can be a double-edged sword. No one loves buying a new dress more than I do, especially if there's a legitimate excuse built in ("There's already a picture of me on Facebook wearing that to a wedding!" being one of my favorites). But, after celebrating my third or fourth nuptials of the season (and the showers, gifts, and hotel stays that go along with them) I have a feeling my new dress fund may begin to run dry.
That's why this year, I'm going for dresses that I can wear more than once, and ones that can be easily accessorized to create a different look. The key to buying a dress that you can re-wear? Simplicity. If a dress is simple in silhouette and color, it's like a blank slate: a few accessories are all you'll need to make it look like new. Here, three that meet the criteria.
1. Vince Sleeveless Crewneck Dress $245
This dress is great for a number of reasons. One, you can't go wrong with classic black, even in the summer, and even to a wedding. Two, the below-the-knee length and sleek silhouette also make it appropriate for both formal affairs and more casual ones. And three, a crewneck is the perfect canvas for showcasing a statement necklace.
2. J Crew Laila Dress in Navy, $250
Navy is a great color because it looks as good paired with neutrals and metallics as it does with bright colors. Try this dress with gold jewelry and nude heels for an evening wedding, or pair it with bangles and shoes in bold hues for a daytime event.
3. BCBG Delphine Pleated Cutout-Back Dress, $338
The nude color ensures this dress is understated, while the brocade fabric keeps it interesting. Switch up the color of the sash or try a delicate belt for a different look.