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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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.
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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.
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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).
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"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.
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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."
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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.
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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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