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NYC's 5 Best Stores For Jewelry Shopping

From big-name brands and department stores to West Village boutiques, we have the best stores to shop for baubles of all kinds. From big-name brands and department stores to West Village boutiques, New York City is filled with places to shop for jewelry.
Castor and Pollux
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The owner, Kerrilynn Pamer, achieves the perfect mix of eclectic pieces, romantic pieces, and everyday wearable staples. The shop's vibe is so relaxed and comfortable–almost as if you've stepped into the greatest closet ever, and someone is there to help you select the best pieces for your individual style.

Whittemore House
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Whittemore House is a gorgeous space at the bottom of a 19th-century brownstone. Owners Victoria Hunter and Larry Raspanti have created an incredibly special salon filled with talented beauty experts, hair stylists and colorists. This is a one-stop-shop for all things hair related. Try products like Sachajuan Ocean Mist and Oribe style cream.

Housing Works
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Stop here for vintage and offbeat finds – and to contribute to a great cause. There are 12 upscale thrift shop locations across the five boroughs. Shop knowing you're contributing to a great cause – Housing Works is dedicated to fighting both AIDS and homelessness.

Alice & Olivia
Jewelry on display at Alice & Olivia (credit: Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images)

Alice and Olivia

Multiple locations across Tri-State

This store is the perfect place to find pieces that make you feel beautifully dressed as soon as you put them on. It's a favorite brand of celebrities like Taylor Swift. There are two New York City locations, one in Southampton and one in Greenwich, Conn.

Thistle & Clover
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This shop in Fort Greene is filled with unique clothing pieces sold alongside pressed note cards and ladylike jewelry. The owners, Camilla Gale and Rand Niederhoffer, hold open calls where young, up-and-coming design talent can come to show their work and be considered as potential vendors.

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