Your secondhand shopping habit has left you looking more hobo than boho.
Step it up with a visit to Moon & Arrow, a pop-up boutique open through January 8 that stocks a totally wearable selection of spot-on vintage.
Owner Chelsea Pearce describes her aesthetic as a cross between Marianne Faithfull and a lumberjack (meaning: bohemian embroidered dresses sit alongside a rack of plaid shirts). She’s also hauled pieces back from Italy, Belgium, India, and Sweden, and designs a line of repurposed wool capes perfect for crisp fall weather.
The Fabric Row space is made for lingering; browse tables strewn with sparkly amethyst and brass necklaces while Bob Dylan plays in the background.
Easy-to-care-for air plants and succulents with crystals and feathers nestled whimsically inside the pots arrive next month (just in time for gifting season).
Moon & Arrow, 727 South Fourth Street (215-200-1617 or moonandarrow.com), $5-$300.
Photo: Jennifer Golden / Courtesy of Moon & Arrow