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BLAC List: Best Gift Shops in Detroit

Metro Detroit locations offering special gifts for your special ones

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For Her

Nubian Essence Gift Shop

Located inside The Collective, this specialty shop offers greeting cards, candles, accessories and African art. Also located nearby are a flower boutique and day spa! 8325 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit. 313-477-0222. BWynder@SBCGlobal.net.

B-Flyy Creations

Your special lady deserves jewelry as unique as she is! Give her jewelry designed by Nneka Jackson, CEO of B-Flyy Creations. This crystal spike necklace with silver accents created with glass beads and Chinese crystals will set off any outfit. The Runway, GM Renaissance Center, 300 Renaissance Center, Detroit, 313-989-5340, NnekaJ@gmail.com.

The Black Dress Boutique

Want to help save the planet? Start with a credit card wallet, handcrafted in Brazil with crocheted beer can tops, from The Black Dress boutique. 87 E. Canfield St., lower level, Detroit, 313-833-7795.

 

The Accessories Shop

Ladies love to shine. Adorn her with this rose gold stretch cuff, which complements an array of colors. The Accessories Shop, 511 S. Washington Ave., Royal Oak, 248-398-2553.

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