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Kerstin Adolphson

In summer, I slip on a pair of the shop's painted clogs; in winter, I cozy up in the chunky knit sweaters; but the real standouts at this tiny Swedish boutique are the natural leather cross-body bags. All year round, people stop me on the street to ask where I bought mine. 157 Blvd. St.-Germain (6th arr.), 33-1-4548-0014

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Jeanne Danjou Et Rousselet

A legendary legacy (the founder is Parisian costume jeweler Louis Rousselet’s daughter) and majestic Pont Neuf view mean 
this costume jewelry outpost is as full of history as it is of vintage-inspired Sévigné pearl drop earrings and papier-mâché bead necklaces. 15 Place du Pont Neuf (1st arr.), 33-1-4354-9932

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Karry Berreby

For the coolest vintage jewelry, visit Karry Berreby. She has a very specific, stylish eye. You go to her house in the very fashionable Eighth Arrondissement and choose your piece. I got my incredible Balenciaga cuff from her, as well as a gold necklace from the ’30s. She makes her own unique jewelry too. By appointment only. 33-1-778-25-27-50, karryberreby.com

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Isabel Marant

Her name? Globally synonymous with "bohemian cool." Her embroidered smock dresses and eclectic knits? Coveted by style arbiters worldwide. Still, there's something about the contemporary, understated Saint-Germain outpost of Ms. Marant's internationally beloved line that feels so distinctly French. 1 rue Jacob (6th arr.), 33-1-4326-0412, isabelmarant.tm.fr

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Giambattista Valli

Giambattista Valli’s boutique is the epitome of luxury. Its pale pink walls, mirrored tables and 17th-century pillars make you think you’re in a couture salon. It seems appropriate, given that his ready-to-wear collection fits as if it were custom-made. 30 rue Boissy d’Anglas, 33-1-4017-0588, giambattistavalli.com

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George Hogg

There's no sign outside this new boutique (I was led here by a savvy journalist friend), but inside, a kaleidoscopic collection of crazily affordable Shetland sweaters (30 euros for a navy or blush pink pullover) guarantees this young label—a Benetton-backed venture—won't stay a Left Bank secret for long. 78 rue de Grenelle (7th arr.)

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Maison Francis Kurkdjian

Mere yards from the Tuileries, this narrow, ultra-modern fragrance destination (white surfaces, chrome, lots of glass) offers scents for all occasions plus fun, blowable pear-scented bubbles and laundry soap that smells so heavenly it makes washing my sweaters actually enjoyable. 
5 rue d'Alger (1st arr.), 33-1-4260-0707

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Mamie

Top designers routinely cruise this glamorous, three-story vintage spot—bursting with floral-print A-line dresses, crystal-encrusted brooches and patent pumps from the '30s through '70s—for runway inspiration. 73 rue de Rochechouart (9th arr.), 33-1-4282-0998

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HOD

This accessories hot spot's gilded display cases are laden with of-the-moment, everyday jewelry I want to wear right now, like bejeweled woven friendship bracelets, bow-shaped stud earrings and stackable gold and colored-stone rings. I always leave with a sparkly little something. 104 rue Vieille du Temple (3rd arr.), hod-boutique.com, 33-9-5315-8334

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La Paresse

Given its name ("lovely idleness"), it's not surprising that this dreamy store induces in me a desire to trade in my heels for its fluffy sheepskin slippers, slink into some of its cashmere pajamas, cocoon myself in its soft linen sheets and succumb to absolute indolence. 97 rue du Bac (7th arr.), 33-1-4222-6410

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