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Getting back into the office in the middle of July isn’t so bad when you’ve got payday to look forward to at the end of the week. If you aren’t getting lucky with end-of-season sales, stop looking back on the old and focus on what’s fresh — New York’s indie boutiques have new arrivals to browse if you’re looking to invest in something special right now.
Grab exclusive vintage sourced from around the world via No. 6’s vintage store, which recently replaced its clog-filled storefront. 6 Centre Market Pl, Nolita
Sorelle’s fall collection just landed at the new Williamsburg jewelry boutique Quiet Storms. The jewels have yet to hit e-commerce, so you’ll have to stop by the store IRL to discover these conceptual hoops. 142 Grand St, Williamsburg
If you’re into strong silhouettes, William Okpo has plenty of denim separates that you can either pair together or mix and match with your existing wardrobe. The Willie overall pant ($415) shown above is perfect for humid days. 6 Fulton St, Seaport District