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Old Metairie Road

Lucky's favorite stores in New Orleans' Old Metairie Road neighborhood!

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Em's

This bright corner spot specializes in vivid, patterned tops, skirts, and dresses.
From New Orleans' Old Metairie Road neighborhood store listing.

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FeBe

These sister boutiques have different identities: Number 115 concentrates on affordable lines; the new outpost at 474 stocks more upscale labels plus beauty products.
From New Orleans' Old Metairie Road neighborhood store listing.

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Snap

The fearless mix of designers here, including Karoo Mark Eisen, Ya-Ya, and Lewis Cho, has an appealing edge.
From New Orleans' Old Metairie Road neighborhood store listing.

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French Quarter

Lucky's favorite stores in New Orleans' French Quarter neighborhood!

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Faulkner House Books

A quaint, proper bookstore stacked with volumes by famed Southern authors.
From New Orleans' French Quarter neighborhood store listing.

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Fleur de Paris

All the hats at this milliner—which looks like it's straight out of 19th-century Paris—are designed and made on the premises.
From New Orleans' French Quarter neighborhood store listing.

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Hemline

This enduringly chic chainlet is filled with trendcentric pieces from names including Beth Bowley and Walter.
From New Orleans' French Quarter neighborhood store listing.

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Hové

A charmingly old-school local perfumer that incorporates regional ingredients like oak moss and magnolia into its heady scents.
From New Orleans' French Quarter neighborhood store listing.

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Vive la France

Gallic accoutrements for the home, like Provençal table linens and absinthe fountains can be found in abundance here. 823 Royal St., 504-523-0903, lamaisondabsinthe.com

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