This truly sophisticated secondhand clothing store offers an alternative to the familiar Salvation Army-style chic of most resale shops. Catering to those with a taste for the unique, you will find a collection of vintage Japanese kimonos, koto coats and colorful obi. The store also carries an array of conventional clothing on consignment for the stylish yet cost-conscious. The shop will accept clothes for resale that are in good condition, clean and in season.
Offering a plethora of antique hanging fixtures, floor lamps, lampshades and table lamps, this store's knowledgeable staff can help you decide between the latest designs or 1920s French work. The shop will custom-design a lamp from anything you bring in; be creative! If your favorite pieces are broken, drop by for repair and restoration service, as well.
Sun Harvest Markets is owned and operated by Wild Oats Markets, Inc. Sun Harvest first opened their doors in 1979, making them a pioneer in the now-burgeoning health food industry. Sun Harvest carries natural foods with no artificial color, flavor or preservatives. Departments include cruelty-free beauty products, vitamins, homeopathic remedies, meat, frozen food, produce and cheese. Kitchen goods and housewares are also sold here.
Are you ever accused of wearing too much black clothing? Do you wear it anyway? If you do, Blackmail is your dream store. Every item in the store, from clothing to accessories to collectibles, is black. Dismal as it may sound to some, it really is a novel, upbeat boutique. Clothes are both vintage and new, and range from fun to sophisticated - of course, given that they are black, all of them are stylish. A good selection of unique gift items is also available, ranging from domino frames to jewelry to beaded handbags.
It is obvious Amelia's Retro-Vogue and Relics is unique from one glance at its 8-foot rooftop globe. Inside, are vintage treasures galore, with clothing ranging from the mid-1800s to mid-1900s. The most recent clothing era stocked is from the 1960s. No disco nightmares here. Amelia's is the only store in town to stock vintage children's wear, in addition to their men's and women's clothing. Collectibles, jewelry and accessories are stocked here as well. This is the caliber of a shop you would expect to find in New York or LA.
Highland Mall is a large shopping center serving the North Austin area. One of the better malls in the city, Highland features a good mix of upscale and inexpensive vendors. Popular stores include Dillard's, Foleys, J. Crew, Banana Republic, Guess, The Gap and Gap Kids, Express, Wet Seal, The Nature Company, James Avery and more. The highlight of the food court is local favorite Amy's Ice Cream. A great place to spend an afternoon, you are sure to find a broad array of items you cannot do without.
Stepping into this small shop is like being in the dressing room for a fashion shoot. These are extremely stylish clothes for younger men that are surprisingly affordable. The style is street-skate-surf-retro-smooth, not every guy can pull it off, but those who can wear it well. Designers include BC Ethic, Filter, Fossil, Vans, Johnny Suede, Dickies and more. Mixed in with the cool threads are all kinds of curios, namely stickers, wallets, dancing dashboard hula girls, Mexican wrestling masks, inflatable clocks and so on.
The Arboretum, an upscale shopping Mecca located in North Austin, has a much more sophisticated and urban feel to it than you will generally find in this laid-back, low-key city. Located in a suburban area that has seen great growth and development in recent years, many stores and notable restaurants surround this center. Shops at the Arboretum include Barnes & Noble, The Pottery Barn, Victoria's Secret, Arbor 7 Theater (mainstream, independent and foreign films), The Sharper Image, Banana Republic, Fire Island Hot Glass and several fashion boutiques.
This unique shop offers an extensive range of ecologically friendly, all-natural products, from clothing to home accessories, furniture to objects d'art. Example items include baby clothing colored with non-toxic dyes, bath towels free of pesticides, herbicides and dyes, organic cotton mattresses, wood furniture, organically grown cotton slipcovers, candles, soaps and more. This store proves that you do not always have to sacrifice quality or fashion for the sake of the environment.
The premise behind this upscale store is simple: sophisticated fashion that allows the wearer to express their individual style. Looks are classic, yet hip and contemporary. Designer lines of shoes, clothing and accessories include Diesel, BCBG, Jill Stuart, Vivienne Tam, Theory and Kate Spade. By George, what a lovely place to shop!
Lucky Lizard Curios and Gifts is the go to shop
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Inside Fortney's Antiques you will discover antique armoires, servers and
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Most salons only offer books, magazines, and a TV for
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