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New Store Love, Adorned Has Us Falling Head Over Heels

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    Let's face it, shopping in New York can start to feel a bit banal after a while—the hot spots don't seem so hot once you've perused them a gazillion times. Luckily, jewelry maven Lori Leven has got us excited about browsing again with Love, Adorned, a new lifestyle concept store that is chock-a-block with accessories, furniture, gifts and trinkets. Recognize the name? That's because Leven is the main gal behind obsession-overed ink parlor Adorned. Skillfully melding the old and the new, the sweet shoppe features vintage and antique pieces alongside designer jewelry from cult faves Digby and Iona and up-and-comers Unearthen, whose crystal pendants are holiday bling with some edge. Also on the roster? Handy tools for home, body and travel, to make life that little bit easier—and we're 110% into anything that can simplify our frenetic sked right now! So, shhhh, don't tell anyone; We might just be falling in love with Love, Adorned!

    Scroll through our slideshow for a love injection!

    269 Elizabeth St (between Houston Street and Prince Street); Open Monday to Saturday, 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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