We've rounded up the 14 pieces no lingerie drawer should be without.
Stunning, sexy pieces for a price that's truly enticing.
This store introduces suburban shoppers to labels usually found in big-city boutiques. Look for Buddhist Punk, Mint, and Tomorrow's Chase—we love its tee featuring a scribbled likeness of a sand castle ($62). 1354 N. Main St., Walnut Creek, 925-944-4874
Once dedicated to lingerie, this chandelier-strewn boutique has added to its racks colorful, trendproof clothing like Christopher Fischer striped cashmere pullovers and James Perse cotton tees.
This is Chapel Hill's longest-running supplier of the latest jeans, T-shirts, and newest small-designer labels. It's been in the same high-visibility location for the past 13 years, and owner Julie Jennings knows exactly how to keep her clientele happy.
An enormous, two-level multi-department store devoted to of-the-moment, under-$50 clothing and fun housewares.
This swimwear and lingerie store just a few doors up from Jades Maya (see no. 3) draws a loyal following among repeat tourists for, among other things, its stellar La Perla selection: Nearly the entire line is available. 230-C Calle Leona Vicario, 52-322-222-26-62
Two retail options here are not to be missed: Love Jones for its burlesque-style lingerie, and Rocks the Jewelers, a closet-size, rock-and-roll-influenced fine-jewelry resource. From Las Vegas' Other Vegas Finds neighborhood store listing.
A local legend, this shop is famed for its $1 cover charge—and spectacular vintage inventory. From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.
Beneath the dusty veneer of this secondhand superstore lurks an incomprehensibly large quantity of antique decor and costume jewelry. From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.