New York

{ Anthropologie }

This sophisticated and feminine store is perfect for women looking for vintage style pieces lovely displayed in a handmade retrochic decor. The three local branches stock floral-patterned dresses and weathered teacups skirts that evoke another era, chunky jewelry that might have been handmade in a pastoral Italian village and feminine outfits for the rustic charme. Much of Anthropologie’s collection is dedicated to furniture and home goods, which induce the same look as the wardrobe selections. Cute little treasures like stationery, candles, tableware to offer to your best friend.Soho Branch | 375 W Broadway (between Broome St & Spring St) | New York, NY 10012 | Phone (212) 343-7070
Opening hours: mon – sat 11am-8pm, sun 11am-6pm
Subway: Spring St-6th Ave (C, E) / Canal-Church Sts (A, C, E) / Canal-Varick Sts (1)
Website : Anthropologie


{ Fishs Eddy }

Dinnerware like for Alice in Wonderland.
889 Broadway (at 19th St) | New York, NY 10003 | | Phone (212) 420-9020
Opening hours: mon 10am-10pm, tue-sat 9am-10pm, sun 10am-9pm
Subway: 23rd St Lexington (4, 6)
Website: Fishs Eddy


{ ABC Home }

Wonderful home decoration store.
888 & 881 Broadway (at East 19th St) | New York, NY 10003 | Phone (212) 473-3000
Opening hours: mon – sat 10am-7pm, thurs 10am-8pm, sun 11am-6:30pm
Subway: 23rd St Lexington (4, 6)
Website: ABC Home


{ bakeri }

During my New York trip, I felt in love with this cute bakery Bakeri in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It’s a quaint and cozy neighborhood spot in an adorably Amish decor with tasty baked goods. They have a tiny little alcove with only one table for a romantic date and an adorable backyard garden. So lovely!
150 Wythe Avenue | Brooklyn, NY 11211 | Phone (718) 388-8037
Opening hours: daily 8am-7pm
Subway: Bedford Avenue (L)
Website: Bakeri