The focus in this pared-down space in Manhattan's West Village is on classic pieces with a crisp, feminine appeal.
Charming, quintessentially feminine staples are the specialty at this cozy Boston shop.
This loft-like boutique blends modern sophistication with Miami's quintessentially relaxed style.
This unconventional boutique brings hard-to-find international labels to Los Angeles' east side.
This long-standing Philadelphia resource stocks hard-to-find international labels alongside excellent basics.
The strength of this shop lies in its ability to offer really good, really simple pieces, like chic shifts and classic A-line skirts. From Charleston's Mount Pleasant neighborhood store listing.
The shop's statement is "the art of creating," but that could easily apply to its enchanting verge-of-chaos feel: It looks like an attic overstuffed with fanciful glassware, perfume, and jewelry. From Charleston's Mount Pleasant neighborhood store listing.
Proprietress Linda Page scours the Eastern seaboard to find waiting-to-be-refurbished antique furniture—glass-knob dressers, old dentist cabinets—to haul back and sell in her former sawmill of an emporium. From Charleston's Mount Pleasant neighborhood store listing.
This boutique is adept at stocking the kinds of things that you first laugh at the sheer goofiness of, then decide you can't live without, like canisters of wooden sticks imprinted with fortunes (shake it up and one spits out). From Charleston's Mount Pleasant neighborhood store listing.
Located in a corner of downtown beloved for its pastel houses and narrow cobblestone streets, this stationery store—and its refined paper goods—is as elegant as the impossible historic surroundings. From Charleston's Other Downtown neighborhood store listing.