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An Electric Nest In Brooklyn

IMG_2240The newly opened Electric Nest is one of those dreamy stores you can spend hours discovering things you simply must have.  Located on Broadway in South Williamsburg, a neighborhood that is fast becoming one of the best in Brooklyn (the store is across the road from Marlow & Sons).

The shop is the brainchild of Electric Feather’s designer Leana Zuniga and the beautiful bags, scarves and jewelry are those special pieces you won’t find elsewhere.  It’s the kind of place where you might score some vintage YSL, a super affordable Keetja Allard candle shaped like a traffic cone, a cashmere scarf and of course clothes from Leana’s own label Electric Feathers.  Electric Feathers creates clothes that would have Jessa from Girls in a tizzy.  Bohemian pieces in metallics and silks that can be styled in multiple ways have garnered a cult following. We’re also big fans of the home goods, divine cushions and books on tribal rugs makes this store a must for anyone who is obsessed with home decor or just loves beautiful things.

Electric Nest. 60 Broadway. Between Berry and Wythe Avenue. Williamsburg. NY. 11249. 

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Comments

  1. love this store .. cant wait to go when I’m next in NYC! Thanks for sharing.
    http://www.kendylgrey.com

  2. I loooove it!! I want to live there!! 😍😍😍😍

    Xoxo,
    Zoia

  3. Beautiful! I’m heading to NYC in 3 weeks so will definitely check out!

  4. Michelle @ The Wardrobe Update says:

    Oh my! If only more boutiques were able to create such a wonderful sense of fun and discovery. This is definitely on the must-visit list!

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