5 Shops to Visit In Real Life

Add these 5 shops to visit In Real Life to your list. These five beautiful shops can only be visited IRL because they either don’t have websites, don’t ship or don’t have Instagram accounts. In some cases they have no virtual presence whatsoever.

The five shops are Bloom in Sag Harbor is a lifestyle shop with goods for the home and a beautiful garden annex featuring Astier de Villate wares. Tail of the Yak is an exceptionally unique shop in Berkeley, brimming with colorful textiles, paper goods, jewelry, gifts and vintage goods. White Flower Farmhouse has a wonderful supply of fresh vintage finds, gifts and home goods. White Flower Farmhouse shopkeeper and stylist Lori Guyer, who has been featured in interior books and publications, inspires and shares her home and interior styling tips on Instagram. Upstate New York Red Chair specializes in Swedish and French vintage and antiques and has a wonderful assortment of white ironstone. Tucked in Paris’ Village St. Paul antique district is Au Petit Bonheur La Chance. This vintage shop’s shelves are stacked with all manner of notions and haberdashery, textiles, stationery and more. These 5 shops to visit in real life are a treat to discover, browse and remind us of the joys of shopping in person.

Bloom Sag harbor


43 Madison Street, Sag Harbor NY

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2632 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley CA

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53995 Route 25, Southold NY

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Red Chair, 5 shops to visit in real life


606 Warren Street, Hudson NY

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Au Petit Bonheur La Chance, Paris 5 shops to visit in real life


13 rue Saint Paul, Paris

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