Love Adorned's Second L.A. Shop Brings Raw & Refined Jewelry, Edgy-Boho Decor, & More to DTLA

From gems for minimalists and maximalists to vintage band tees and more.

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After making its west coast debut in Santa Monica five years ago, New York-born edgy-bohemian lifestyle boutique Love Adorned has opened its second L.A. outpost in DTLA's Arts District. The dreamy shop opened in the former H. Lorenzo Archive store (which relocated to 7th Street) in mid-December, bringing founder and designer Lori Levin's collection of raw and refined fine jewelry and Eastern-inspired eye for home goods, decor, accessories, and apothecary products to the stylish shopping block of East Third Street.

Located in the bricked building that's also home to Shinola, Salt & Straw, and Go Get 'Em Tiger, the massive space features exposed brick walls, wood ceilings, and a meditation-ready hideaway surrounded by a forest-like bamboo installation. As far as inventory, there's a floral shop at the entrance stocked with chic stems for customizing your own bouquet, while a dedicated back area for shopping luxe jewelry features comfy leather seating. Rounding out the offerings are decor, clothing, accessories, and many more one-of-a-kind finds sourced from across the world.

In the front area, expect to find items like playful socks and accessories by Japan's Kapital ($40 to $60), sculptural hats by Chisaki Yan ($300), vintage band tees, effortless polka dot bandanas ($35), and patterned scarves ($100 to $355) alongside hand-carved fluorite bowls ($900 to $2,020), blessing stones by Seattle-based weaver Del Webber, ceramics by L.A.'s Mt. Washington Pottery and Maison Bisous, maple wood burl bowls ($750 to $1,625), denim mediation pillows, hand-dyed silk pillowcases ($85), recycled rubber trays and desk mats, candles by A.V. Paris, and much more.

In addition to offering Levin's own line of jewelry, the back area features a range of luxe accoutrements by independent designers that fit every aesthetic and gemstone obsession, like minimalist gold hoops and silver moon studs for $35 and up, black diamond bar earrings for $175, rose gold initial pendant necklaces for $540, and maximalist long link chain bracelets for $1,400, to name just a few. There are also engagement rings ($760 to $16,000) and plenty of vintage gems to appease adornments collectors.

For those seeking to boost their creative juices, there are books by School of Life, watercolors by Colori, paint sets by Gansai Tambi ($60), Indigo & Shibori natural dye kits ($50), Clemens Habicht puzzles ($50), building blocks by Blockitecture ($30 and up), and other inspiring goodies.

Staff tells us the store will eventually offer piercing services, and the space will serve as Love Adorned's L.A. flagship when the Santa Monica store closes later this year. See more inside the wonderland of worldly treasures and scroll through the gallery above, and see below for the hours and address.

Love Adorned, 821 East 3rd St., L.A., 90012; open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; (213) 363-5683

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