Amsterdam

From tiny boutiques rife with antique kimonos to mega stores filled with insanely cool accessories, the world's largest city is a shopping destination like no other.

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Lucky's favorite stores in Texas!

The Shak

This year-old offshoot of old-guard Dallas retailer Stanley Korshak has quickly proven to be one of the most on-point places in town to turn up refined small labels like Nili Lotan and Rachel Roy. Just as impressive as the stock is the courtyard-facing space, which has the romance of a Parisian atelier with its double-height windows, iron chandeliers, and a sweeping staircase.
500 Crescent Ct. Dallas 214-871-3641

Products: Women's Clothing
Type of Store: Boutique

Shiki

Seemingly overnight, a strip of West Second Street in downtown Austin morphed into the city's go-to shopping area, and Shiki is our preferred spot in that part of town for rising names like Castle Starr, Fluet, and Bensoni.
225 W. Second St. Austin 512-391-0123

Products: Women's Clothing
Type of Store: Boutique

Sloan/Hall

So exquisite are the taste levels of Marcus Sloan and Shannon Hall that each item in their shop feels like an amazing find. The stock includes painstakingly crafted ceramics, jewelry, and glassware—some magnificent, some bizarre, like a Nymphenberg statue of a nobleman or a taxidermied white peacock.
5922 Broadway St. SAN ANTONIO 210-828-7738; 2620 Westheimer Rd. Houston 713-942-0202

Products: Jewelry, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique

Studio Sebastian's

Long a standout for upstart labels, this University Park mainstay is also allegiant to more established names like Mayle and Jill Stuart. But its biggest draw is its shoe salon, which has all the big guns, from Christian Louboutin to Marc Jacobs, yet tends toward edgier styles.
6730 Snider Plz. Dallas 214-360-9001

Products: Women's Clothing , Shoes
Type of Store: Boutique

Studio Soho

It's not uncommon for women in West Texas oil country to fly to Dallas to shop, so the enterprising Barbara Sledge opened a place that would provide the pieces they craved closer to home. This loft-like space, with its city-meets-country stock—cotton Graham & Spencer dresses, piles of premium denim, Old Gringo cowboy boots—has been a huge success.
2200 Wadley Ave. MIDLAND 432-682-5877

Products: Women's Clothing, Denim, Shoes
Type of Store: Boutique

Style Station

We've never encountered a place quite like this. Positioned along an empty stretch of central Texas interstate highway, it looks like a relic from another era, and in fact it is: a creaky old dance hall from the 1920s, complete with overgrown cacti and broken-down antique cars out front. Inside, the holiday-light-strewn space is stuffed to the rafters with Levi’s, vintage cocktail dresses, and costume jewelry from the '60s and '70s.
17265 N. Interstate Hwy. 35 West 254-829-0447

Products: Women's Clothing, Antiques
Type of Store: Boutique

T.C. Lindsey General Store

This 160-year-old general store is the most charming and authentic in the state. Manned by the descendants of one of the early owners, the porch-fronted retailer has an authentic five-and-dime spirit, with locally ginned bales of cotton and farm tools on display, plus jars of molasses, work shirts, and rocking chairs for sale.
2293 Farm Rd. 134 JONESVILLE 903-687-3382

Products: Gifts/Design
Type of Store: General Store

Texas Junk Co

Look for the rudimentary sign out front that proclaims "Over one thousand used cowboy boots starting from $30," and you'll know you've arrived. Nestled in a sleepy neighborhood, the former mechanic's garage—which is what one might still mistake it for—is richly stocked with pair upon pair of gorgeous antique boots, from patchwork snakeskin varieties to elaborately tooled leather ones.
215 Welch St. HOUSTON 713-524-6257

Products: Shoes
Type of Store: Boutique

Uncommon Objects

This is the most ingeniously curated antique resource we've ever encountered. Proprietor Steve Wiman only works with top-notch consigners, and it shows in the shop's 30-plus brilliantly executed booths, from a carnival-inspired stand dedicated to vintage gaming paraphernalia to a cabin-like nook laden with offbeat Western collectibles.
1512 S. Congress Ave. Austin 512-442-4000

Products: Antiques
Type of Store: Antique
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