Species by the Thousands

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Species by the Thousands
Species by the Thousands
Designer Erica Bradbury is relaunching her boutique (previously A Thousand Picnics), highlighting the jewelry ($12–$250) and handmade accessories ($30–$210) she creates with partner Michele Colomer. The shop takes on a darker aesthetic with peeling wallpaper, rugged wood paneling and white exposed brick. Pick up house-brand treasures, including sage soy candles ($28), brass pentagram rings ($40), moon-shaped earrings ($60) and Michele Colomer for Species by the Thousands silk chiffon scarves ($90). Also look for 1970s folk-inspired goods from indie designers such as Catherine Rising dream catchers ($45–$200), Palo Santo Incan-inspired incense sticks ($20) and TS Pink soap rocks ($14).
Venue name: Species by the Thousands
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Address: 171 South 4th St
Brooklyn

Cross street: at Driggs Ave
Opening hours: Tue–Sat noon–8pm, Sun noon–7pm
Transport: Subway: J, M to Marcy Ave
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Jennifer P

If you love all things mystical and spiritual, this store is for you! I happened to wander in while waiting for a table at Pies-n-Thighs (it's conveniently right across the street from the popular brunch spot) and I didn't want to leave–which says a lot because I had a plate of fried chicken and waffles in my near future. I started talking to the friendly staff about Tarot cards, incense and love candles (yes, lit to find romance), and found it all so fascinating. There are gorgeous pieces of jewelry for sale in the form of evil eye necklaces, delicate bracelets and rings as well as contemporary witchy-wares that are very trendy right now.