Shopping

Koto

Koto loosely means “object” in Japanese, and the ones at this sleek, moodily lit space range from in-demand (tie-neck George blouses, R&Y Augousti oct…

$50 And Under: Sweet Valley Sexy

Candy-colored fabrics and subtle ’80s accents: This is preppy at its prettiest.

Polished Playground

"These remind me of my super-fun girlhood wardrobe-all grown-up."

Sporty '70s

“The look is mod but laid-back—kind of Mary Tyler Moore on the weekend.”

Perry Gargano

It makes sense that shop owner Perry Gargano once created exhibits for the Museum of Natural History. His sculptural, nature-inspired jewelry—like a s…

7 Tips for Thrift Store Shopping

You won't believe the deals you can find.

The Lucky Shoe Guide: Two-Strap Heels

Overtly flirty, but somehow completely daytime-appropriate.

Bobby From Boston

A small but stellar women’s section—’70s plaid shirts and utility boots, piles of thrifted Levi’s—makes this mostly guys’, Ivy League clubhousey vinta…

Wendy Nichol

Breeze into this teeny studio-slash-store and you'll likely find the designer intently at work, stretching and stitching sumptuous leather, Mongolian…

H. Audrey

There isn’t a Barneys or Bergdorfs in Nashville, but Holly Williams—daughter of music legend Hank Jr.—fills the void with her two-story shop, which of…

Parc Boutique

The perfect source for pulled-together weekend wear: super-cute and casual, with just enough spark to keep it all interesting.

Mimi

This long-loved retail establishment is like a mini department store. It houses a Vera Wang bridal salon, a sizable assortment of marquee-name evening…

Kemo Sabe

The Lone Ranger homage is abundant (cowhide ottomans, lots of taxidermy), but authentic cowboy boots and stacks of wool Pendleton blankets make this a…

The Lucky Shoe Guide: Colorful Wedges

So playful, they're the feel-good shoes of the season.

The Lucky Shoe Guide: Low-Heeled Sandals

Totally dressy, but you could still run for the bus in these.

« 1 98 99 100 101 102 323 »