• {Pop-Up} Boutique Heaven: Spotlight on Gypsy Warrior

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    If I could go anywhere in the world wearing whatever I wanted, it would most likely entail a few pieces of leather, tie dye, and a bandeau on the reg {probbbbbably not all at once, but who knows}. Well, it might also involve a pina colada and a beach in Mexico, but still. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case, but it’s definitely a serious impulse that comes over me when I enter the new Gypsy Warrior pop-up shop at 501 Washington Street.

     

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    The new location of the pop-up!

     

    When you walk in, the feeling that the store is chock-full of everything you never knew you always wanted will come over you. Maybe it’s because of these:

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    Really though, who needs a dream catcher? But don’t you want one, and never knew you did {besides when you were 12?}. LOVE.

    Maybe because of the Dolce Vita sandals:

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    Or perhaps the jewelry table filled with baubles, beads, and glitz:

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    Plus, the array of fabrics and prints, #swoooon:

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    OB-sessed.

    Gypsy Warrior was started in 2010 by two BFFs {Nicla + Michel} who combined their love of rocker chic and boho style and created a vintage-inspired boutique {in Ridgewood, NJ} and online store.

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    Such an array, it’s hard not to stay.

    The clothing line and store embodies the “edgy, downtown girl” and it has become an overnight sensation on instagram and online {follow @gypsywarrior}. The carefully curated pieces are chic & funky with a side of adventure, and then opened up their first boutique in Ridgewood, NJ.

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    Sign up in the Hoboken store

    Even if you normally aren’t into the super rocker/skull and cross bones or a boho look, it feels like gypsy warrior has a bit of something for everyone. It’s a new spin on the Hoboken boutique scene, with a bit of an edgier vibe, which is refreshing!

    Because every girl is a mermaid in her own right.

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    Of course I didn’t leave Gypsy Warrior empty-handed.

    I really wanted these.

    I really wanted these.

    Ended up purchasing this array of summer essentials during a recent 20% off sale at the Hoboken store:

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    Gypsy Warrior: because everyone needs a patriotic bandeau, leopard headband, and jean cutoff vest for their summer essentials.

    Have you been to the pop-up gypsy warrior in Hoboken?  What did you think?


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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.


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