Because of Medfield's residential nature, people head towards the stores in Hampden, Roland Park
and other adjacent neighborhoods to get their shopping done. Clothing stores move front and center, with tons of boutiques and specialty shops for all purposes.
Sixteen Tons on West 36th Street serves as a sort of hub for men's fashion and accessories in the region, standing out as a local treasure and selling vintage-styled clothing with a modern flair. Choose from jeans, shirts, jackets, hats and sunglasses. Accessories include flasks, shaving products and even books. Sixteen Tons encourages you to upgrade your classiness without breaking the bank and makes an ideal stop for hip, young professional men.
The boutiques in Hampden have females covered too, as the Vogue Revisited clothing and consignment store gets you great deals on brand-name women's fashion, jewelry, handbags, shoes and more. You won't have to overspend to obtain something you want, and the store updates fashions to line up with the changing seasons. Maybe you can even consign some of your own gently used or never-worn items.
For a specialty shop of a different nature, the Atomic Books bookstore caters towards those seeking alternative, underground and indie reads. You won't find such an eclectic set of books, comics, manga and magazines anywhere else, and you can also purchase gifts and other hobby shop items here. Atomic Books is a must-visit for those in the area, with its slightly off-beat vibe meshing in well with other stores in the community.
Get your groceries at the large chain supermarket Giant Food on West 41st Street, just outside of Medfield. The closest farmers market resides on 36th Street in Hampden; the Hampden Farmers Market runs from May through November and features vendors from local farms selling fresh produce, meats, dairy and baked goods.