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Sunglasses by Cool Ray, $25. At Hooti Couture (321 Flatbush Ave. at Seventh Avenue in Prospect Heights). For information, call (718) 857-1977 or visit www.hooticouture.com.
Floral print trapeze dress by Yoana Baraschi, $375. At GirlCat (380 Atlantic Ave. at Hoyt Street in Boerum Hill). For information, call (718) 643-3863 or visit www.anyaponorovskaya.com.
Sucre umbrella by Pare Umbrella, $85. At Stewart/Stand (165 Front St. at Jay Street in DUMBO). For information, call (718) 407-4197 or visit www.stewartstand.com.
MAC Bronzing Powder, $20. At MAC Cosmetics (152 Montague St. at Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights). For information, call (718) 596-1994 or visit www.maccosmetics.com.

Cherry blossom necktie by Nick Hotchkiss Company, $45. At the Brooklyn Botanic Garden gift shop (1000 Washington Ave. at Montgomery Street in Prospect Heights). For information, call (718) 623-7200 or visit www.bbg.org.

The borough’s boutiques are now fully stocked with all you need to maximize your enjoyment of spring and summer. Whether you want to fake a tan or sling some cherry blossoms around your neck, GO Brooklyn has searched the borough for your necessary accessories.

Updated 5:06 pm, July 9, 2018
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Bill Bridge from Brooklyn Heights says:
Thanks for bringing the cherry blossom tie to my attention. I went to the BBG gift shop this weekend to buy it. It's a gorgeous tie and I never would have known about it if you hadn't published the info.
April 21, 2008, 12:02 pm

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