Designers and stylists around the globe know that Miami is one of the hot spots for scoring unique vintage pieces. Phairytale Jewelry store owner Susie Rekechensky has one of those bauble boutiques that are overflowing with one-of-a-kind statement making accessories. There are vintage coin rings, necklaces cascading with bows, neckware glimmering with 1970s crystals salvaged from a Russian chandelier and the list goes on. Rekechensky sells online on Esty and you can often find her participating at pop up shops like the District Factory’s monthly art walk event. Check out www.phairytalejewelry.com
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