R&I Loves Brooklyn | Boutiques on Atlantic Avenue

 Hunting with Jake -  380 Atlantic Avenue

Hunting with Jake - 380 Atlantic Avenue

If you love boutique shopping, head to Brooklyn.  There are so many great shops, whether offering eclectic offerings or amazing clothes.  While there are many great boutiques peppered all over Brooklyn, Atlantic Avenue has a cluster of them worthy of a trip.  Here are my favorites!

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 Hunting with Jake -  380 Atlantic Avenue

Hunting with Jake - 380 Atlantic Avenue

 The Primary Essentials 

The Primary Essentials 

 Twisted Lily

Twisted Lily

 Steven Alan Home

Steven Alan Home

 Collier West

Collier West

 GRDN

GRDN

 GRDN

GRDN

 Dry Goods

Dry Goods

 Dry Goods

Dry Goods

WHERE TO SHOP:

Collier West 377a Atlantic Avenue | A boutique selling an eclectic mix of pottery to beauty products. 

Dry Goods362 Atlantic Avenue | A mixture of old and new including books and stationary. 

The Primary Essentials - 372 Atlantic Avenue | This paired down boutique stocks pottery from local artisans and shelves stocked with natural beauty products. 

GRDN - 103 Hoyt Street | Not technically on Atlantic Avenue, but it is right around the corner with fresh cut blooms, plants and a pretty garden filled with plants. 

Steven Alan Home - 373 Atlantic Avenue | The home counterpart to the clothing store with pottery, furniture and books. 

Twisted Lily - 360 Atlantic Avenue | A fragrance oasis in the heart of Brooklyn. Twisted Lily has a penchant for stocking indie perfumes that you should know about from brands like Histoires de Perfums and Nasomato. 

Hunting with Jake - 380 Atlantic Avenue | A well-edited shop with pretty pieces for your home and bath. 

Nunu Chocolates (not pictured) - 529 Atlantic Avenue | Artisanal chocolates at its finest from bon bons filled with caramel to prosecco. 

*All photography by Alison