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Bluberi

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The only signal that you have arrived at Blueberi is a tiny paper nameplate tacked to the glass door. But the vintage dress in the window is enough to pull any girl from a block away. Blueberi has “everything a girl needs,” the owner boasts. A handpicked array of vintage and vintage-inspired contemporary pieces offers their 20-something female customers the trendiest of threads. From Olga to Mason and Majestic French T-shirts this store is stocked with the top names of fashion and balanced by a smattering of one-of-a-kind pieces. It’s full of beautiful attire leaving the shopper with the toughest decision: what to leave behind.

143 Front Street, 11201

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