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BoCoCa is brimming with boutiques, and CiNYC’s resident fashionista Sasha scoured the best of them for her favorite fashion finds.


Brooklyn Industries

100 Smith St. (off Atlantic Ave.)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(Mon – Fri: 11 am–9 pm / Sat: 10am-9pm / Sun: 11 am-8:30 pm)

Olive’s Very Vintage

434 Court St.
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(Mon – Fri: 12 pm–8 pm / Sat: 11 am–8 pm / Sun: 10 am-6pm)


177 Court St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(Mon – Sat: 12 pm–8 pm / Sun: 12 pm–6 pm)


360 Atlantic Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(Wed – Sun: 12 pm–7 pm)


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dress code


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East Village Dress Code

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