Beautiful Dreamers Stocks Boho Baubles, Global Travel Finds

Located in Wiliamsburg, Beautiful Dreamers stocks an eclectic mix of chic ready-to-wear, boho jewelry finds and travel trinkets.

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Catherine Blair Pfander
Catherine Blair Pfander
Located at 326 Wythe Avenue in Wiliamsburg, Beautiful Dreamers stocks an eclectic mix of chic ready-to-wear, boho jewelry finds and travel trinkets that will have you conjuring visions of your next beachy Nicaragua excursion.
Catherine Blair Pfander
Owners and stylists Marina Burini and April Hughes share a passion for globally inspired (and often globally sourced) design, as well as a knack for finding standout local talent. This gauzy cotton tunic ($225) comes by way of Surf Bazaar, which operates out of the Surf Lodge Hotel in Montauk.
Catherine Blair Pfander
Produced in collaboration with Baby Alpaca, Marina and April lent their good taste to a limited-edition collection of ready-to-wear that includes this sheer woven top with a splattered-ink motif ($125).
Catherine Blair Pfander
"Aren't these just beautiful?," Marina asks as guiding me toward a wooden merch table teeming with elegant, hand-woven bikinis and one pieces by Ambika ($150-$375). "The shapes fit the body perfectly and are versatile because tops and bottoms can be purchased separately," she explains.
Catherine Blair Pfander
Dainty jewelry and gorgeous baubles can be found in every nook and cranny of the boutique, but according to Marina, these colorful glass-bead friendship bracelets ($38) are always extremely popular.
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Likewise, Adina Mills' statement-making mineral rings ($55 to $280) are utterly exquisite, with colorful raw stones set into sculptural settings. "Adina creates mystical worlds in her rings," says Marina. "It is fascinating to see their gravitational pull to find a unique owner."
Catherine Blair Pfander
Beach bums will rejoice at the sight of these colorful hand-dyed scarves ($235) by New York designer Ana Kata which can easily double as blankets should the mood strike you to make for the coast.
Catherine Blair Pfander
Any traveler worth her passport stamps will tell you that a big straw hat is a hot-weather "must," and this smart black-ribbon version by Clyde ($195) is the epitome of fuss-free fashion. "They are very beautifully made," says Marina. "The straw is a softer variety, which also makes it a very comfy wear." Visit Beautiful Dreamers at 326 Wythe Avenue, or shop the collection online.
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