• Gifts in Hoboken: Noellery on Washington Street

    Finding something unique and thoughtful but not overwhelmingly personal is a constant gifting struggle. The cure is always to wander down Washington Street to find something worthy of gifting. Noellery has store locations in both Hoboken {123 Washington Street} and Jersey City {321 Grove Street} so it’s always a quick and easy stop for gifts and accessories. We’re sharing a few of our favorite finds for the perfect gift at Noellery in Hoboken:

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    Quality over quantity is the expression, but having both is even better!

    By first impression, Noellery is a small storefront but their variety of accessories is endless. Noellery has an extensive collection of products – from studs to hoops and chokers to lariats – adorned along the store walls in a creative display that is particularly inviting.

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    Real florals are usually our preference, but these flowers are beyond enchanting and add to the total vibe of Noellery. The shop is cozy and welcoming and there is a sudden sense of being pleasantly overwhelmed due to Noellery’s never-ending selection of cute finds. The employees were kind and helpful — but not pushy — which is something totally appreciated during shopping.

    It dawned on us that something monogrammed would be the perfect solution: not too personal but just enough that it’s thoughtful. Monograms can be a little overdone and aren’t for everyone, but there’s just something so delicate and sweet about a simple initial.

    Mini Pave Necklaces

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    Look no further than these mini letter necklaces to make a subtle statement with any outfit. These mini necklaces are an accent to any casual or chic look, and a total #winning present.

    Giant Initial Necklaces & Circle Imprint Earrings
    {and Jewelry Dishes!}

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    Talk about a mecca for all things personalized, this one wall was adorned with every initial one could ask for. From bold statement letter necklaces to mini circle earrings {in silver or gold} and even script-font trinket dishes, it’s not a bad time to start hinting at a last-minute Valentine’s Day present from a significant other…

    Simple Initial Rings

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    These simple rings are the ultimate find for something a little more subtle. There’s nothing like a good stack of jewels: this would be a cute touch for a momma to wear a letter for each child or even just flaunt initials.

    PSA: they also carry these initial rings with a bejeweled sparkle band.

    Initial Stud Earrings

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    These shiny cuties caught our eye right away. Don’t forget to look down near the register area to see matching earrings to pair with the mini initial necklace {above} to complete a gift.

    Personalized Bar Necklace

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    A bar necklace is a totally trending piece if looking for something a bit outside of the {monogrammed} box. Noellery is able to completely personalize these necklaces with a phrase – as long as it fits!

    Hoboken Bar Necklaces

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    It’s always hard deciding what to write on something customizable, but a pre-made Hoboken necklace is always a win – and the kind of present that’s definitely #HGapproved.

    What kind of personalized gift is your go-to?

     


    Written by:

    Genna moved to Hoboken upon graduating from the University of Tennessee to start her Marketing career at HGTV, and is most currently at The Knot in downtown Manhattan. To Genna, there's nothing better than cheering on UT football, soaking in warm sunny weather on her balcony, and watching starry-skied movies on Pier 13. You may have spotted Genna as a customer associate at Anthropologie ...that is, when she's not doing Hot Yoga or punching bags at CKO! Most days, you can find Genna circling the Mile Square on an early morning run or attempting to justify her shopping habits along Washington Street.


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