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Tininha's Boutique

Brazilian owner Cristina Silva stocks her sunny little shop with bikinis from Salinas, Lisa Curran, OndadeMar, Letarte, Vix, and others.
From Seattle's Fremont neighborhood store listing.

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Lemon Meringue

This is one of our favorite spots for one-stop shopping.
From Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood store listing.

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Olivier Atelier

Owner Julie Merriman stocks Ballard's best-known boutique with what we want: Tocca and Milly dresses, jeans by Citizens and AG, tees by Michael Stars and Velvet, Farylrobin shoes, and Alison Burns handbags.
From Seattle's Ballard neighborhood store listing.

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Polite Society

Everything in this boutique has been hand-selected by owner Eric Akines, who travels the world to find fashion-forward clothes and accessories from small, independent designers.
From Seattle's Belltown neighborhood store listing.

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Moojoo Ken

We love the artistic U Street boutique's new line of handbags and shoes named after area neighborhoods ("Capitol Hill" boots, "Embassy Row" bags).
From Washington D.C.'s U Street Corridor neighborhood store listing.

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Redeem

This edgy U Street corridor boutique is quickly becoming an outpost for the denim-savvy buyer and masterfully mixes established lines (Earnest Sewn) with harder-to-find labels (Alex + Chloe, Barking Iron).
From Washington D.C.'s U Street Corridor neighborhood store listing.

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Wild Women Wear Red Shoe Boutique

Red rules, but it's more than that: These women have an affinity for comfortable footwear.
From Washington D.C.'s U Street Corridor neighborhood store listing.

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Jaraym

Look for fine European swimwear, sleepwear, hosiery, and corsetry with coveted items from La Perla, Eres, Hanky Panky, and La Cosa at this Georgetown lingerie store.
From Washington D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood store listing.

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Sassanova

This girlish boutique in Upper Georgetown is the ultimate shoe lover's destination.
From Washington D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood store listing.

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Urban Chic

One of the most stylish boutiques in the upper Georgetown shopping district, this truly chic shop offers separates by Trina Turk, Rebecca Taylor, Mint Jodi Arnold, Corey Lynn Calter, and lots of jeans (Chip & Pepper, James, Frankie B).
From Washington D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood store listing.

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The Shoe Hive

The sister store to nearby Hysteria, this swanky little shop stocks loads of fabulous footwear, including Tory Burch espadrille wedges and cute Miss Sixty sandals.
From Washington D.C.'s Old Town Alexandria, VA neighborhood store listing.

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Unsung Designers

D.C.-based unsungdesigners.com champions the work of a host of independent talents like Jon Wye, By Jeannie Jewelry, Jahanna Martinez, Ambrosia, and Mellifluous Couture. The Adams Morgan studio is open on the first Saturday of every month.
From Washington D.C.'s Adams Morgan neighborhood store listing.

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How to: Keep Your Feet from Sliding in Mules

We love the openness of this bare-heeled style, but the lack of strap makes it perilously easy to slip right out of it.
Trick How-to advice from Lucky's editors and experts. (updated May 2007)

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April 2007

Rachael Woodson

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How to: Master the Art of Ankle-Tie Shoes

How to wear them—and make them stay put.

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