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Shops for women's jewellery in Berlin

MIA MAI MIA MAI – high-quality knitwear - made in Germany

Clausewitzstr. 1, 10629 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE GOOD STORE The Good Store offers contemporary Berlin vintage

Pannierstr. 31, 12047 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
ausberlin the department store for products from berlin!

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9, 10178
 
 
 
 
 
 
MANKii Vintage Vintage stuff and accessories for ladies, men and kids from the 40s-90s.

Gormannstr. 16, 10119 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sabrina Dehoff Known for her distinctive style and her mix of playful designs, glamorous statement pieces and unostentatious everyday pieces, Sabrina Dehoff always manages to delight every type of woman.

Torstr. 175, 10115 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
FROUFROUBERLIN The production rooms border directly to the cozy retail space. In more loving handwork smallest collections and unique pieces are tailored on request to the body.

Mainzerstrasse 19,10247 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
Das Rote Kleid DAS ROTE KLEID (The Red Dress) in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, stands for feminine, figure flattering fashion for every woman – and not only in red.

Oderberger Straße 18, 10435 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kauf dich Glücklich - Flagshipstore The 220 square meter Kauf Dich glücklich fagship store on Rosenthaler Straße offers a large selection of fashion, home accessories, books and music.

Rosenthaler Str. 17, 10961 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
Goo "Goo" the little sister from "Pauls Boutique" only two doors further, is specialized in vintage suits, shirts and dresses from famous designer brands.

Oderbergerstrasse 45, 10435 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
Glücklich am Park Glücklich am Park not only offers a delicious selection of sweet and savory waffes - fashion lovers will get their money's worth as well. Because in addition to a cozy café on the ground-foor, just one fight up the stairs you'll fnd a fashion store selling a colorful mix of Scandinavian labels such as Cheap Monday, Just Female or Mbym.

Kastanienallee 54, 10119 Berlin
 
 
 
 
 
 
<h2>Buying women's jewellery: style-conscious people know what makes the perfect look</h2> Most women know that creating the perfect look doesn't just require the right clothes, but the right jewellery as well. Accessories such as necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings add a very special and personal touch to any look or outfit. If you live in Berlin, or will be visiting for a few days, be sure to take the opportunity to check out some of the women's jewellery shops in the city. <br> <br> <strong>Only the best for ladies</strong> It is not just the modern style-conscious woman who knows that trinkets such as rings or necklaces make beautiful accessories; the history of jewellery goes back to ancient times. Primitive peoples adorned themselves with decorative elements made of wood or animal bones, for example, and girls and women in the medieval ages were fond of many types of jewellery. Prehistoric finds show that even people from the Paleolithic Ages used to wear necklaces. <br> Until recently, jewellery was only made of precious metals, diamonds and jewels, and was a luxury mainly reserved for high society. This has changed, however, as a wide range of affordable trinkets has become available in addition to the traditional genuine jewellery. <br> <br> <strong>Buying jewellery in Berlin</strong> <br> There are many small, individually-owned shops in Berlin which carry or specialize in women's jewellery, and are the perfect place to stop when looking for an item to match any personal style or outfit. Naturally, Berlin locals have a lot of insider tips as to the best places to look for women's jewellery. There are perfect little stores in Friedrichshain for example (in the Simon-Dach quarter) or on one of Berlin's numerous shopping stretches. Hackescher Markt also has a vast array of fashion shops offering designer fashion as well as jewellery to match their current fashion line. Another trendy spot is Alexanderplatz, where quite a lot of independent shops and retailers are located. And Friedrichstraße is a favourite for the rich and the beautiful, with its abundance of established designer shops and jewellers. <br> <br> <h3>Jewellery – a far reaching story</h3> The term “Schmuck” (German for jewellery) is a derivation, and essentially means “precious treasure.” Nowadays jewellery designers, goldsmiths and jewellery companies provide diverse lines to the market. Jewellery is worn by girls and women of every age for all different kinds of occasions. <br> <br> Whether it's a particular, expensive ring or classic earrings, jewellery can be worn at any time of the day, for any occasion and can be combined with almost every outfit or piece of clothing. And though buying jewellery in Berlin can be a real adventure, the abundance of products can make choosing the right pieces a wonderful problem! Berlin offers the chance to find what you are looking for, from something really flashy to a simple piece of jewellery that reflects its wearer's mood. Jewellery is very versatile, and can turn even the plainest outfit into a true eye-catcher.






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