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Annie's Blue Ribbon General Store now sells Carrie Bradshaw–style nameplate necklaces for brownstone Brooklyn neighborhoods. For $150, you too can declare your allegiance to Carroll Gardens, Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, or Park Slope. There's also one that just says "Breukelen," in case you're transported back in time 350 years and need to show the Dutch settlers where you're from. [Curbed NY]