Monday, September 15, 2014

Style File: The Bazaar Project, Design District, Miami

The Bazaar Project is a perfectly curated boutique in Miami's Design District helmed by owner Yeliz Titiz, a business savvy lady with a background in fashion merchandising and a well-traveled eye for the exotic.
Inside the stylish store you will find luxe homewares and jewelry; everything from geode coasters to handmade (by her) statement necklaces.

I took a tour inside this small shop on a Saturday, and had fun browsing the eclectic selection.  The Bazaar Project also stocks its shelves with soaps, candles, rings, clutches and caftans.

They have recently launched their e-commerce site so that you can buy things like this amazing necklace, online.  You can also register to receive 20% off your first online purchase!  You may have recently seen me sporting this beautiful bracelet from the store, and there's much more where that came from!

Located at 4308 NE 2nd Avenue, you can shop the store Monday through Saturday, and see why Mexican Vogue called this little wonder a place where you can relish in 'love letters from all corners of the globe.'
Contact: 786.703.6153;

PS: if you like evil eye jewelry and pieces, you can definitely score some great pieces here.

Yeliz Titiz, owner, The Bazaar Project Boutique

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