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How to Look Impossibly Chic in NYC at All Times

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We all know that New York City is known for being one of the top fashion capitals in the world. Ladies (and gents) from countless countries try to replicate the NYC style. So, we’ve decided to share how to you can look amazingly chic in NYC at all times!

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Although the New York City look is well documented, defining it is still hard. New York women are known as some of the most stylish and sleek in the world. And, they always look impossibly chic in NYC day and night!

Their signature mark is being able to look fashionable and effortless at the same time.

Series like Sex and the City and Gossip Girl were shot in New York and shared priceless insights into the fashion scene and style!

If your goal is to look chic and polished, you are in the right place! With a couple of tips and tricks, it’s possible to pull off the NYC look without too much hassle.

This quick guide is designed to help you look impossibly chic in NYC at all times!


1. Invest in Wardrobe Classics and Pick Your Trend

NYC girls are not slaves to fashion trends. They would rather spend money on good quality basics and investment pieces and go with a high-low mix.

They manage to combine timeless, well-made coats, shoes, and bags with items from Topshop or H&M brands.

So, to start, you need to know what suits you and your body type and work the latest trend around that.

Load up on classics like fitted jackets, a great pair of jeans, cashmere sweaters, a couple of dresses, and a perfect pair of pumps.

These wardrobe staples will allow you to mix and match the garments and look fabulous in minutes. We love the Israeli designer, Nili Lotan, with all her simple sophistication or try exploring the vintage and thrift shops in NYC!

For instance, a leather jacket with some skinny jeans and a beanie will keep you looking chic while giving your outfit a certain edge.


2. Embrace a More Undone Look

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The key to looking effortlessly chic is in mastering the undone look.

This look is cool, classy, and relaxed at the same time. Dressing for comfort is what New Yorkers do, but they add a twist to it with a couple of nice touches.

For instance, relaxed clothing should be balanced with more structured pieces. Try combining slouchy trousers with a structured sweatshirt and a cocoon coat. UMA | Raquel Davidowicz has a timeless style and some truly amazing items.

When done right, a messy bun and smudged eyeliner will up your overall aesthetics level, with just a little bit of effort.


3. Add Statement Accessories to Elevate Your Style

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The key to a show-stopping look is in the specific details.

When you need something a little more unique, turn to statement pieces. They are perfect for dressing up a minimalistic outfit or elevating an already glamorous look.

You can easily take any look to the next level by simply adding statement earrings, oversized sunglasses, or a bejeweled bag to your ensemble.

If you are interested in learning more about jewelry, like how to determine whether your sterling silver pieces are genuine, take a look at Moon Magic’s blog for Inspiration.


4. Having the Right Shoes is a Must

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The right pair of shoes will add the perfect amount of flair to any outfit.

When it comes to New York, try to strike a fine balance between practical but unstylish and stylish yet ultra-uncomfortable.

Don’t worry; it’s possible to be comfortable and chic.

Try mid-heeled booties, ankle boots, oxford lace-ups, smoking loafers, or low-heel sandals for summertime. They are versatile and comfortable enough to navigate the constant motion required in NYC.

A cool pair of sneakers can also do the trick, especially if you pair them with a graphic Tee and jeans, a printed wrap top, denim cutoff, or a feminine dress.

Also, keep in mind that people mostly walk and commute through the subways in NYC. Many times, it’s much faster than grabbing an Uber, specially during rush hours. If you’re exploring the New York City’s top attractions, be sure to get your comfortable shoes.

There are countless amazing brands, but you can start looking at some like Schutz, Alexander Birman or Josefina Portugal. Their sneakers are super trendy and extremely comfortable for walking.


5. Keep Your Grooming Habits on Point

New Yorkers are religious about their maintenance, so you need to nail it too.

Starting with the right foundation is the surefire way to look stylish at all times. Again, there is an infinity of brands at different price points, so you might want to swing by Sephora, for example, to see what suits you best!

In addition, regular visits to your hairdresser, neat brows, and a regular manicure will help you enhance your appearance and upgrade your look.

Not sure where to go to get your hair and nails done? Well, we love the Brazilian-born hair expert Rogerio Cavalcante and if you’re blond, or like to go blond, he’s the guy! Also, the duo behind Olivia Palermo’s amazing hair is another great option!

Don’t forget about your skin!

Quality skin products, along with enough sleep and a well-balanced diet, will keep it healthy and revitalized.


6. Hat Always Works in New York

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A hat is the type of accessory that can take your outfit up a notch.

Whatever the gender or the season, covering your head in NYC is always in.

In the sun, go with fedoras and straw hats, and in the wintertime, beanies are an excellent choice. If you want to add a bit of chic French touch to your outfit, try a beret.

Whether you choose a fancier hat or a plain one, it gives off an urban city girl’s vibe.

To help you out, we love these two talented hat designers: Teressa Foglia and Satya Twena. If you want something exclusive, ask about their custom-made pieces!

In the end, it’s not that hard to look impossibly chic in NYC at all times. Whatever you choose to put on, make sure to wear it with confidence, ‘cause that’s what New York is all about!


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Tour of the Remnants of Penn Station

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Penn Station is the mais intercity railroad station and has a great story! Come explore with us the Tour of the Remnants of Penn Station!


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Penn Station Vintage McKim Mead White Train Station – Credit: Wikimedia Commons Library of Congress

As they say “While Grand Central Terminal is majestic, for some reason Penn Station is worn down, ugly and universally hated.” But, the old beating heart and beautiful rich history of the station is still alive and worth sharing!

To start, people don’t keep track, but New York Penn Station is the “main intercity railroad station in New York City and the busiest in the Western Hemisphere, serving more than 630,000 passengers per weekday as of 2018.” (Source: Wikipedia).

Amazing, right?

That said, there are two things most commuters don’t realize about Penn.

First, there used to be a gorgeous Beaux Arts station that was demolished in the mid-60’s. Second: Parts of that old station can still be found today. They’ve just been buried under the arena that landed on top of them.

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Penn Station Vintage Aerial View 1910s – Credit: Wikimedia Commons Library of Congress

On the tour of “The Remnants of Penn Station”, you’ll be taken back inside this central transportation hub to discuss the past, present and future plans for the structure. Although Amtrak only acknowledges one remnant remaining, tour participants will learn about station history and discover remnants of the McKim, Mead & White building located in plain sight.

In addition, tours will continue to be supported by photographic presentations of the station by renown photographers Norman McGrath, Peter Moore, and Aaron Rose. Along with the work of railroad aficionados Alexander Hatos, an employee of Pennsylvania Railroad and Ron Ziel, a railroad historian.

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Get a comprehensive history of the past, present and future of Penn Station
  • See over a dozen indoor and outdoor old-station remnants hidden in plain sight
  • Learn insider navigation tips for one of the most cramped and complicated transit hubs in North America
  • See never-before-seen old station photos from the collections of three photographers who photo documented Penn’s life and demolition
  • Each guest will also receive a framable, reproduction ticket of the first commuter ride into Pennsylvania Station from 1910

DETAILS:
Price: $35 per person.
What to know: The tour is 2 hours long; please consult with the MTA for weekend subway schedules and routing changes. No cancellations or refunds.
What to bring: Comfortable walking shoes
Ticket Confirmation: After you book this experience, you will receive a confirmation email from our partner confirming you are attending the tour!

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Lastly, take a look at what the revamping of Penn Station looks like below!

It’s said that this renovation has been approved and will cost around $1.6 billion and that the new Moynihan Train Hall will have countless attractions and amenities. It’s estimated to be done by the end of 2020.

Let’s wait and see!

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To organize a private tour for your team or a special group of clients, contact our experts to learn more about our Corporate Tours & Experiences.
Moreover, if you enjoy this type of tour, be sure to check out these other tours: The Secrets Of Central Park Walking Tour and Underground New York Subway Tour, where we shot a pretty cool video!

Photo Credit: All renderings via office of the Governor Cuomo and via Wikimedia Commons, Library of Congress

Spark Pretty: A Fashion Journey Back In Time

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This store, in the East Village is a must-see! Spark Pretty will take you on a fashion journey back in time! If you’re a colorful vintage lover, this is the place for you!

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Forget about Gucci and Chanel bags. Classic dresses? Not in here. Spark Pretty is not a regular vintage store.

With pink and lilac walls and ceilings filled with hearts and polka dots, you’ll find yourself surrounded with tons of colorful, crazy, shiny products dating back to the 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s

Spark Pretty is owned the by artist and stylist Amanda Dolan. She’s got a vast experience in fashion from working as a stylist for Betsey Johnson. Yes, you can find Betsey Johnson dresses here too.

The store “has been a longtime secret weapon for entertainment’s top wardrobe stylists seeking authentic and unique retro looks for their cast.” And, I can tell you it’s really a one of a kind spot.

Do you know that vintage tee with your favorite actors/singers? Or even, an idol from the past? If you’re looking for it, you are in the right place! That’s not your kind of vintage? Well, they also offer leopard prints and polka dots clothing, fringe jackets, sequins…and many neon pieces.

If you want to be dressed like that from head-to-toe, you can also find extravagant spike boots, funky socks, eccentric shades and wigs.

Maybe it’s time for you to feel like Madonna in “Desperately seeking Susan” or even, a modern version of Betty Boop!

Moreover, the decor is also a must-see: bean bags, string lights, a pink TV airing the old blockbuster movies…a perfect match!

Oh! There’s one more thing. The cherry on the cake: They also sell toys! You’ll come across so many troll dolls that you can finally get the chance to complete your collection! Baby Sinclair is also there waiting for you to remember the famous phrase: “not the mama”.

Amanda and her staff are dressed in the same mood to host you! And, if you need, they are ready to help you with personal styling and designer shopping consulting.

So, schedule an appointment with Amanda at contact@sparkpretty.com. Go find your colors and sparks, or purchase online!

Lastly, if you enjoy vintage store, take a look at the Insider’s Guide to 30 vintage and thrift stores in New York, the 3 top vintage stores in Brooklyn and Pippin Vintage for the vintage jewelry lovers!

Location: 333 East 9th Street

Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 12pm – 8pm
Sunday: 12pm – 7pm

www.sparkpretty.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Spark Pretty
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Vinyl Is Back: The Top Record Stores in New York

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Vinyl is back, so come explore with me and with the famous musician and composer, Zé Luis Oliveira, the top record stores in New York! We explored Manhattan and Brooklyn and we’ll tell you everything about these hidden music gems!

Today we have, once again, the super talented musician and composer, Zé Luis Oliveira, with me! Our last video was about the must-see Jazz spots in Harlem – just thought you should know, lol!

I’ve seen that in the last couple of years, vinyl has come back to the lives of people and the desire to collect unique disks, is growing.

So, since Zé Luis is a true expert, I asked him to take me to some of his favorite and top vinyl stores in New York.

We had a great time exploring some of the top record stores in New York, located in Manhattan and Brooklyn. But there are, of course, many other fantastic options!

And before you start reading, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and help us spread the love for this secret New York!


A1 Records

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Located in a very calm street in the East Village, A1 Records is a place you can go and just explore for hours. I love the neighborhood and it always amazing to explore it.

At this store, you’ll be able to buy, sell, or trade vintage vinyl records and just have fun exploring their entire collection. New stuff comes in practically every day!

The store was founded in 1996 and their vinyl curation is fantastic. There are endless options if you’re into Jazz, Soul and Funk. Plus, they have a very reasonable pricing and you can find countless disks for less than $10.

The store isn’t that small, but there is just so much in it, that you’ll probably have an interesting time moving around.

Hours: Monday – Sunday: 1pm – 9pm

Location: 439 East 6th Street

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Rough Trade

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Rough Trade is one of the best places best places to go in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, if you’re into great music, a fantastic selection of books and magazines, delicious coffee and even live music shows.

And, of course, it’s a great place to shop for vinyl. Amazingly, they opened much more recently than the other stores, in November of 2013, but the team behind it really knows how to surprise music lovers with an outstanding variety and selection of products.

I’m always there and this time, we found some pretty unique disks from renowned Brazilian artists, like Gilberto Gil.

OMG, and did you know you can also find cassette tapes there? Such a nostalgic experience! As we’ve said before, Rough Trade is a music haven, and we do recommend you go explore!

Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 11am – 11pm
Sunday: 11am – 9pm

Location: 64 North 9th Street, Williamsburg

www.roughtrade.com/us


Superior Elevation Records

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Our last stop was in the super cool neighborhood of Bushwick! I love exploring everything there, since it’s known for the being the home to very creative folks.

Superior Elevation Records is tucked away in a remote street, but in a spacious store, a few steps below the ground.

The smell of the place immediately takes you to a journey into the vinyl world and you can stay there for hours listening to all the disks you want to purchase.

They also buy records every day and also have an online store, if you can’t make it to Bushwick all the time!

Hours: Daily, from 12pm – 7pm

Location: 100 White Street, Bushwick

www.superiorelevation.com


Finally, if you enjoyed exploring these top record stores in New York with us, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel! Let spread the love for music and for New York together!

Do you know any other super cool record store? Please, share with us in the comments below so we can check it out too!


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Insider’s Guide To 30 Vintage And Thrift Stores In New York

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In the spirit of the New York Fashion Week, we decided to shoot this video for the fashion-lovers! We shot at 3 vintage stores and listed another 27 for our insider’s guide to 30 vintage and thrift stores in New York.

New Yorkers are known for loving thrift shops and spend hours browsing for the most unique pieces!

Today, I will show you 3 of my favorite vintage and thrift stores in Manhattan and Brooklyn, with a huge variety of brands, styles and prices. Plus, I I’ve listed below another 27 stores you should add too you list! So, get read to explore our insider’s guide to 30 vintage and thrift stores in New York.

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Madame Matovu

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Madame Matove is definitely one of the best kept secrets in the West Village. It’s even hard to spot it, since it’s hidden behind a tiny door and small façade.

The owner, Rosemary Wettenhall, is originally from Uganda and travels the world curating some of the most amazing pieces you’ll ever see. Her keen eye is surely what makes her store so special.

Many of her favorite spots to scout new findings are in France and Italy. And, some pieces have even been found here, in New York City.

As she says, you only have to have your eyes open.

On this day, I actually found a fantastic 1980’s embroidered dress, that had a 1920’s vibe, and costed $300.

Oh, and the selection of accessories – from jewelry items, to bags and eyewear are also incredible. So, as I mentioned, take your time to explore this tiny store, that will change your close!

Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday: 12pm – 7pm
Sunday: 12pm – 5:30pm

Location: 240 West 10th Street, Manhattan

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Pippin Vintage

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As we’ve written before about Pippin Vintage: “Walking into the quaint jewelry shop feels just like being transported to a different age. From classic and timeless diamonds in the Roaring Twenties, to bright and colorful stones in the Swinging Sixties, Pippin Vintage Jewelry is sure to satisfy your curiosity for every decade.”

Their jewelry selection ranges from $5 charms to engagement rings that cost thousands of dollars. They do have the widest range of products. The jewelry come from as early as the 1800’s and as current as the 1980’s.

So, you’ll be able to find pieces from the Mexican Renaissance from the 1940’s and 1950’s, item from the Georgian Period and still, Native American jewelry.

In addition, in the back of the store, through a long mirrored corridor, you can find Pippin home. There, you’ll find countless vintage furniture and décor items, to vintage clothing.

So the next time you’re in Chelsea or New York City, be sure to visit this treasure box of vintage jewelry and home goods!

Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 11am – 7pm
Sunday & Holidays: 12pm – 6pm

Location: 112 West 17th Street, Manhattan

https://pippinvintage.com


Narnia

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After the 1st time I pass by Narnia, walked in and left the store with a beauty Oscar de la Renta black leather skirt for $95, I became obsessed with them. Every now and then I pass by and go crazy with all the new pieces they carefully curated.

We’ve written about Naria before and we continue begins surprised by their fantastic work.

As we’ve mentioned, their prices range from $75 – $250, but of course you can find some lower priced goodies, as well as more expensive and special items.

During this last visit, I bumped into a few very special finding and it was hard to control myself! I found a beautiful Missoni dress, a Marni shorts, a flowered Dries Van Noten skirt and a to-die-for Lanvin trench coat that almost brought tears to my eyes! Hahaha!

In addition, they have some beautiful accessories and if you’re into the boho style, this is the place you should go to! And, do go with time, because vintage stores should not be visited if you in a rush!

Hours: Open daily, 11am – 7pm

Location: 672 Driggs Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

http://narniavintage.com


Finally, as I mentioned, there are countless vintage and thrift stores in New York.

I’ve selected a few others that I really enjoy, so that you can also add to your list to visit while you’re in New York. If you live here, well, then you have time to enjoy them with no rush!

Manhattan Stores:

Brooklyn Stores:

I hope you enjoyed our insider’s guide to 30 vintage and thrift stores in New York and had a great time exploring them with me.

So, subscribe to YouTube channel, like our video below and send us suggestions of what you’d like to see next, to continue uncovering NY with me! See you on my next episode!



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 Camilla Adão

Olde Good Things: A Paradise For The Vintage Décor Lovers

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We were trying to focus on our mission: find a mirror that would match my brother’s dining room at a vintage furniture store called Olde Good Things. But, everything was so beautiful and unique that I just spent much of my time “flirting” with other objects throughout the store!

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It was a regular Sunday afternoon when my brother invited me to join him, my sister-in-law and my niece in the East Village. While we were walking my sis-in-law told me she was looking for a mirror for their house in New Jersey. Well, I love antiques and I suggested her to explore different antique stores around town.

When we started walking along Bowery Street, I could see a big pink elephant from the distance. It really got my attention. And I must tell you all, that elephant is still on my mind!

When we got closer, we realized it was exactly what we were looking for: a vintage furniture store. Olde Good Things was there, waiting for us! A popular song says “Girls just wanna have fun”. And on my list of having fun is home décor shopping, for sure!

The store is incredible. It’s spread out in two levels and offers a wide selection of pieces. You can find pretty much everything for your home. Objects you can’t even imagine exist. From garden pieces to suitcases and doors, from lighting to kitchen utensils.

They offer a huge collection of antiques in different shapes, colors, prices and even origins.

Service was excellent. A guy introduced himself to us and made us feel at ease. He cheerfully and knowledgeably gave information about all the pieces we indicated and questioned. And believe me, I had many questions!

We were trying to focus on our mission: finding a mirror that would match their dining room. But everything was so beautiful and unique that we spent some time “flirting” with countless other objects, as well.

Before we hit the mirrors section, I checked almost every dresser they had in store at that time. Who doesn’t love dressers? I do. Most of them were handmade architectural pieces.

I fell in love with the chandeliers too. Big ones, smaller ones, made of glass, crystal, Greek style…I wish I could have taken all of them home with me (lol)!

After checking and asking about many objects we – FINALLY – made it to the mirrors.

Olde Good Things has an incredible selection. The difficult part was choosing only one, but my sister-in-law was able to find the perfect one: a distressed framed mirror. Gorgeous!

We left the store feeling great and with our mission accomplished! We had a blast. The experience was outstanding. Getting to know so many artistic and historical work, made our day quite special. Of course, finding the perfect mirror was nice, but the experience we went through was priceless.

I’m definitely going back any time soon and I encourage you to do the same. After you visit, let us know what you thought!

So, have fun exploring and if you’re really in to vintage, take a look at some vintage stores in Brooklyn that we love, a jewelry vintage gem in Chelsea and still, the vintage store top fashion Instagrammers around the globe just love.

Hours: Stores have different hours, so please check online.

Locations:
302 Bowery Street, NoHo
2420 Broadway, Upper West Side
5 East 16th Street, Lower Midtown Manhattan

https://ogtstore.com


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Photo Credit: Courtesy of Olde Good Things
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Pippin Vintage Jewelry: Antiquities And Curiosities

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Walking into the quaint jewelry shop feels just like being transported to a different age. From classic and timeless diamonds in the Roaring Twenties, to bright and colorful stones in the Swinging Sixties, Pippin Vintage Jewelry is sure to satisfy your curiosity for every decade.

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Pippin Vintage Jewelry is owned by Stephen and Rachel Cooper, whose first date was to an auction! Before opening the shop, Stephen was a vendor at the Chelsea Flea Markets and Rachel, an antique collector and teacher.

In the summer of 2006, the Coopers and their friends and families renovated what was previously a hidden carriage house down an alley. Pippin opened its doors to vintage lovers across New York City ever since!

What sets Pippin apart from most jewelry stores is that while others specialize in certain kinds of jewelry, Pippin has a whole spectrum. Their jewelry selection ranges from five dollar charms to engagement rings that cost thousands of dollars; the jewelry come from as early as the 1800’s and as current as the 1980’s.

As well, while most stores guard their jewelry behind glass encasements, Pippin displays their jewelry in creative ways. They change them up often, allowing customers to interact with the pieces.

We asked the store manager, Tatianni, her advice for vintage jewelry lovers.

“First of all, come here,” she laughs. “But seriously, with vintage jewelry, you just have to find something that speaks to you because vintage has such a range of style through the decades. Buying vintage is great because it has a lesser impact on our planet, and most things were made here.”

“The type of jewelry that is trending right now are unique stones like agates. Druzies are also very in vogue right now.”

Besides the jewelry on display, Pippin also has drawers upon drawers of earrings and cufflinks. Tatianni let me play around with the jewelry, and even helped me pick out a pair of clip-on earrings from the 1970’s.

Fun fact: most vintage earrings from the 1970’s happen to be clip-ons. So, you do not have to worry about whether you or your intended recipients have pierced ears or not!

Behind Pippin Vintage Jewelry, through a whimsically lit alley, you will find its sister store, Pippin Home.

It specializes in furniture and antiques carefully curated and bought from estate auctions in Western Massachusetts and Vermont.

Manager Jack advises those looking to furnish their homes to never be too anxious. He says:

“Space fills up quickly, so you want to be well thought out on your pieces. The advantage of buying vintage over mass produced is that vintage always maintains integrity and value.”

So the next time you’re in Chelsea or New York City, be sure to visit this treasure box of vintage jewelry and home goods!

If you enjoy vintage stores, be sure to check these 30 vintage and thrift stores in New York.

Our Personaly Styling Services offers a fantastic personal shopper service where we take clients to the best vintage stores in New York. On the other hand, our Corporate Tours & Experiences experts organize curated study and delegation tours for companies that want to offer exquisite training and develop a strategy that aligns with your specific business objectives.

Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 11am – 7pm
Sunday & Holidays: 12pm – 6pm

Location: 112 West 17th Street

https://pippinvintage.com


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*Last Update on March/2020.*

Nest Interiors: Mid-century vintage and contemporary design

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Nest Interiors has some of the most amazing mid-century vintage and contemporary design. This small shop is a place to go and purchase that perfect gem for your home.

A few days ago our Founder, Fê Paronetto, had lunch with a dear friend, Dani Cutait.

During lunch, Dani mentioned a small store close to her apartment in Chelsea and said it’s one of her top NYC home décor shops.

This is a really great tip if you enjoy unique mid-century vintage and contemporary design items for your home!

Nest Interiors is a beautiful, petit store founded in 2004 by the couple Henry Stozek and Lana Sexton.

Their mission is to provide a source for curated mid-century vintage and contemporary design.

“Lana & Henry both share a love for modern, timeless interiors and have been avid supporters of local artists for over a decade.

In concert with their appreciation of Scandinavian modern design and the art of fine craftsmanship, they have amassed a global collection of the finest examples of mid-century glass, metal, ceramics and art.”

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From the moment Fê walked into the the store, she fell in love with everything. From the beautiful colorful pillows, picture frames, vintage glasses, vases and candle holders, to bowls, jewelry boxes, lamps and varied décor items.

The store is small, but there is so much to explore that it might be a while before you are able to leave it. Furthermore, it’s all very tempting, so you’re most likely to leave with something new for your home!

So, pass by if you enjoy having a stylish and chic home! This is surely the place for you!

While you’re in the neighborhood, you can see what on at The Joyce Theater, see what’s the new theme at STORY, or go at night to the speakeasy called Bathtub Gin.

Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 11am – 7pm
Sunday: 12pm – 6pm

Location: 172A Ninth Avenue

http://nestinteriorsny.com


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Stock Vintage: Clothing And Accessories From The 1930’s – 60’s

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“Sometimes it’s difficult to say goodbye” to clothes and items that have a special meaning to us. Stock Vintage vintage shop promises to take good care of your beloved items and put them in good, new hands!

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Set inside a late 1800’s building, Stock Vintage is a vintage shop in the Northern tip of the East Village. They sell primarily menswear, but also interior design and functional antiques. Their products are focused on American work, military clothing and accessories from the 1930’s – 60’s.

Founded by Melissa Howard, in 2006, every item is carefully selected and curated. They range from leather boots and belts to flannel shirts and canvas bags.

Melissa has been an antique collector for many years. Therefore, she knows the significance specific items have and how it only tends to grow. She goes agains the mainstream trend seeking fever, crescent in the fashion industry, focusing on scouting one of a kind pieces.

In addition, the store dedicates to featuring unique pieces. They are early American clothing and complimentary objects that have real historic value and are in good conditions.

Moreover, practically every piece in the store has it’s own story and Melissa reinforces that “sometimes it’s difficult to say Goodbye”. On the other hand, it is important to let go, and let new energies open up, right?

We bet it is! So, let go of your attachments and let your beloved items now start a new journey, with a new owner!

For this reason, after letting go of them, you’ll be able to purchase a few new things!

Finally, for the gals out there, we recommend exploring a small, charming vintage store called Antoinette Brooklyn. The products are mainly from the 1950’s and 1990’s and will more definitely enrich your your wardrobe!

For curated Fashion Tours or Personal Shopping focused on vintage store, contact our experts and see how we can assist you!

Hours:
Monday – Friday: 11am – 6pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12pm – 6pm

Location: 143 East 13th Street

www.facebook.com/Stock-Vintage



Photo Credit: Courtesy of Loveadorned and Stock Vintage
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Top 3 Vintage Stores in Brooklyn That Will Upgrade Your Closet

Our very good friend, and now top Contributor, Vicky Toni, listed the 3 top vintage stores in Brooklyn! Vicky is one of the best stylists and fashion experts in NYC we know, so we definitely trust her tips!

Are you a vintage hunter? Always trying to find beautifully curated pieces with a good value equation?

If the answer is yes, then you have to check out these 3 vintage gems in Brooklyn that Vicky has uncovered! Share your thoughts with us at the end.


Narnia Vintage

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The other day I was walking around Williamsburg and ran into Fê Paronetto, BTSNYC’s Founder! We spent a lovely afternoon together hunting cool pieces at Narnia Vintage. She couldn’t believe that little door on Driggs Avenue would offer such an amazing selection of Boho garments and accessories.

On the racks you can find designer labels like Oscar de la Renta, YSL, Moschino, Celine, Missoni, Stella and much more. You are probably thinking, but what about prices? The majority of items will fall into the $75 to $250 range.

Fê actually bought a gorgeous black leather skirt for $95! The brand? Oscar de la Renta!!! To die for!

Go for it!

Location: 672 Driggs Avenue (between Fillmore Place and North 1st Street), Williamsburg

www.narniavintage.com


Awoke Vintage

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I only had awesome experiences at this Australian-born vintage store.

Novelty is the key word to best describe Awoke Vintage, since new and unique pieces arrive every day from different countries around the globe.

With 2 locations – one in Williamsburg and the other one in Greenpoint – they have an extensive collection in good conditions. Here you can find gently used floral dresses, cute button-downs, cool coats and jackets.

It’s the real deal, guys!

Location: 132 North 5th Street (between Berry Street and Bedford Avenue), Williamsburg; and  688 Manhattan Ave, Greenpoint

www.awokevintage.com


Stella Dallas Living

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If you dig vintage styles from the 70’s and 80’s this store is a must go.

Located in Williamsburg,  Stella Dallas Living has a wide range of well-curated vintage items from tees and denim to design labels.

The only watch out is you really have to be patient to peruse your take-away piece(s) through the store, ‘cause they have a lot to offer.

Next door you can also shop antiques and stunning homeware at Stella Dallas Living store.

Location: 285 North 6th Street (between Metropolitan Avenue and Havemeyer Street)

http://facebook.com/stelladallasnyc


If you really enjoy vintage stores, take a look at Antoinette Brooklyn and Pippin Vintage Jewelry. These vintage stores in Brooklyn and Chelsea will definitely upgrade your closet.

Or, take a look at our 30+ Vintage and Thrift store guide!


Photo Credit: Vicky Toni and Courtesy of the venues
*Last Update on March/2020.*

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