Warmer weather makes me feel like floating. Pas Mal (99 Franklin Street) is the perfect little shop for pieces that are breezy and effortless. So chic, no?
And if you want to mix in some Provence-influenced fashion into your wardrobe, then you must check out Pas Mal’s new arrivals. I picked 10 awesome pieces to add to your collection. Personally, I have my eyes on the lemon shoes. They’re so dreamy and perfect for that I-just-visited-a-vineyard-today look. Or you know, reading a book of poems in Transmitter Park. Continue reading →
Are you the style queen or king of minimalism? Oak (55 Nassau Ave) has a pack of too-cool-for-school pieces that are perf for Greenpointers with a streamlined capsule wardrobe. With their simple-but-chic with rough around the edges aesthetic, it’s no wonder that this shop is a Greenpoint mainstay.
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Our homes are sanctuaries from the hustle and bustle of city life. Greenpoint is an especially fun and relaxing respite from the daily grind for many of us with Transmitter Park, cozy bars, and zen coffee houses and blissful yoga and meditation spaces. But, what about your own place?
Enter Light + Ladder. This airy design studio based in Greenpoint crafts pieces that will make your home feel both relaxing and cool. Check out these 10 picks to transform your house into an oasis. Continue reading →
Macha Jewelry is a witty, brazen little jewelry line that some Greenpointers might not know about. Bernice Kelly started the brand in 2009 and opened her design studio on West Street. Naturally, I had to share these sparkly gems with you. The pieces are certainly pretty but also carry a rebellious edge – it’s fine jewelry with a twist. And, what’s not to love?
If you’re thinking of making a shiny or glittery splurge this season, check out these ten new arrivals at Macha for your oh-so-cool spring aesthetic. You can also get a peek inside Bernice’s craft at her studio during Greenpoint Open Studios (June 3-4) in a couple of weeks.
One of my favorite lazy weekend activities? People watching in Greenpoint. It’s the best because there are quite a few stylish (and foxy!) denizens in this buzzing community. I’m always drawn into self-expression and how people dress themselves.
So, if you want to take your street style game up a notch or need a few minimal-chic pieces, stop by the North Williamsburg boutique, Concrete + Water (485 Driggs Ave). There you can score big on jumpsuits, mules, bright colored blouses, watermelon print dresses (yes!), and off beat sneakers. Be a polaroid queen in these 10 fresh picks. Continue reading →
There’s a hot new store in town – say hello to plus BKLYN (455 Graham Ave). This fab plus-sized boutique sells edgy trends and cool styles for ladies in sizes 14-26. And, this Saturday (5/13) is plus BKLYN’s grand opening party (open to those of all sizes) from 7-10pm with a DJ, snacks, tarot readings and great deals on cute clothes. After the jump, check out some of their most rockin’ pieces. Continue reading →
Oh, I do love a good pop-up shop. Starting Friday May 12th (with music & drinks!) and ending on Sunday the 14th, check out a fun shopping event at Maimoun x The Break on 82 Dobbin Street. Maimoun is derived from Persian, which means company or guests who are invited to visit your home for a gathering. The brand is all about bringing style, socialization, and good times together with key looks. Continue reading →
There’s something about the flower arrangements at Greenpoint’s The Little Glass Slipper (200 Franklin St). It could be that shop owner, Cary Pereyra-Imbert, takes great care in selecting the flowers she uses, or that the shop itself serves as a small oasis among the condo construction surrounding the neighborhood. Either way, you always leave feeling like you’ve gotten a special treat. Continue reading →
Pinpoint has a little piece of my heart: this tough-but-chic brand run by two clever Greenpoint ladies in the jam. So, step up your accessories game and style up that banging denim vest you thrifted from Dusty Rose or the dreamy leather jacket you spied in Fox and Fawn. Besides looking cool, these lil pins are totally wallet friendly. All of these pretty metals and patches are only 10 bucks or less!