Best Boutiques in Brooklyn, New York City

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Little Loungers in Brooklyn

Little Loungers

4809 13th Ave, Brooklyn , New York 11219

Little Loungers offers hand picked while keeping you in mind! You won’t find these baby and toddlers clothes and gifts in any boutique.

Best Known For: Newborn baby clothing and personal shopping.

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Polly & Esther in Brooklyn

Polly & Esther

414 Beach 129th St, Rockaway Park , New York 11694

Look to Polly & Esther for exclusive, fast-trending, flirty, and fashionable outfits that don't cost a lot. It's the trendiest boutique in Rockaway Beach. 

Best Known For: Fashion-forward, trendy clothing

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Charmed by JLM in Brooklyn

Charmed by JLM

8311 3rd Ave, Brooklyn , New York 11209

Stop by Charmed to snag your choosing of the best jewelry, accessories, handbags and so much more!

Best Known For: Jewelry, Accessories and Gifts

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UB Boho in Brooklyn

UB Boho

240 Kent Ave #42, Brooklyn , New York 11249

UB Boho is filled with bohemian chic fashion. Walk through our door and experience our love for fashion with a bohemian twist.


Best Known For: Romper, Dresses, Jewelry, Furs, Vegan leather and more!

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Ruby & Scarlett in Brooklyn

Ruby & Scarlett

265 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn , New York 11211

Ruby and Scarlett is a multi-brand specialty retailer in Brooklyn's hip Williamsburg neighborhood. Featuring high-end pieces and name-brand designers, this chic boutique is a one-stop shop curated specially for feminine, funky fashionistas.

Best Known For: Funky fashion pieces

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Loren  in Brooklyn


80 Nassau Ave, Brooklyn , New York 11222

Loren, a denim studio and retail store, is the  brainchild of designer Loren Cronk (Ralph Lauren, Levis, Marc Jacobs). Loren's craftsmanship shows in every stitch of their handmade denim jeans, shirts, jackets, and bags. 

Best Known For: All things denim

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Nearby Neighborhoods in New York City


An island that is a world unto itself, Manhattan boasts a vast array of independent boutiques and singular shopping districts. From Nolita to SoHo to the Upper East Side, each city block has a personality all its own.


A stone's throw upward from the hustle and bustle of midtown Manhattan, lies a neighborhood best known for the jazz, poetry, and art that has transpired there. Harlem consists of several different sections that embody their own culture and history. That cultural variety has influenced Harlem’s up and coming boutique scene.


Queens is the largest borough in New York City and almost half of all residents were born outside of the United States. Rich in culture, you can find the most diverse cuisines and traditions, as well as some excellent independent boutiques!

Neighborhoods in Brooklyn


With it's panoramic view of Downtown Manhattan and sprawling green parks underneath two of the country's most famous bridges, Downtown Brooklyn is a destination in and of itself that makes crossing the river a trip to anticipate.


Tucked away between the varied architecture of the diverse Flatbush neighborhood lie many small, independently owned local businesses that are well worth the trip.

Park Slope

The most densely populated section of the borough of Brooklyn, Park Slope houses some seriously desirable real estate. Must-see destinations include the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and the Brooklyn Museum.

Fort Greene

Named for the beautiful Fort Greene Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmstead in 1864, this neighborhood now has a reputation as the spot where citizens of Williamsburg come to nest.


Worth a visit despite its reputation as the neighborhood that everyone loves to hate, this hipster mecca is home to many talented local designers, artists and musicians.

Prospect Heights

Though relatively small by Brooklyn neighborhood standards, Prospects Heights has one thing none other can claim: Barclays Center. With frequenters such as Jay-Z and Beyonce, Prospect Heights has cool written all over it.