{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 HobokenGirl.com. With deep entrepreneurial roots in Hudson County — as her grandparents owned textile businesses on Tonnelle Ave in North Bergen dating back to the 50s — she started the site as a Hoboken resident to discover the amazing things happening in the area. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event or #HobokenGirlHelps volunteer project, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her two pups, or watching Bravo TV and ordering takeout with her husband.