BOU­TIQUES

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BYGE­ORGE

Austin’s most fash­ion-for­ward shop­ping des­ti­na­tion, es­tab­lished in 1979, is now un­der the di­rec­tion of owner Larry McGuire and creative di­rec­tor Kris­ten Lee Cole. The La­mar flag­ship and South Congress store of­fer ap­parel, ac­ces­sories, and house­wares from Euro­pean and Amer­i­can de­sign­ers in­clud­ing Ce­line, Is­abel Marant, Saint Lau­rent, Rosie As­soulin, Nak Arm­strong, and Brunello Cucinelli. 524 N. La­mar Blvd., 512-472-5951; 1400 S. Congress Ave., 512-441-8600; by­ge­orgeaustin.com

COVE

With care­fully cu­rated items in­spired by travel, Re­becca Yanoff’s beau­ti­fully de­signed bou­tique is Austin’s It des­ti­na­tion for ef­fort­less, el­e­gant style. Lines in­clude Re­becca Tay­lor, Eber­jey, and Cynthia Vin­cent. 1318 S. Congress Ave., 737-484-0267; cov­ecloth­ing.com

ESBY

De­signer Stephanie Beard’s menswearin­spired ap­parel for women is ef­fort­less and chic. Her lat­est col­lec­tions in­clude swimwear and uni­sex pieces as well, and it’s all show­cased at her airy, com­fort­able bou­tique. 1601 S. First

St., 512-243-8901; es­byap­parel.com

ES­TILO

Stephanie Coul­tress O’Neill’s chic bou­tique in Tar­ry­town takes you from the board­room to the ball­room with lines like Joie, J Brand, Krisa, and Mara Hoff­man. IN­SIDER TIP: O’Neill re­cently de­buted her epony­mous line of light and easy or­ganic cot­ton leisurewear. 2727 Ex­po­si­tion Blvd., Ste. 121, 512-2360488; es­tilobou­tique.com

THE FRYE COM­PANY

Boot-wor­ship­ping Austin is now home to a brick-and-mor­tar store from this footwear icon. Unique de­sign touches in­clude four gui­tars in­spired by Frye’s Orig­i­nals, cus­tom-made by the lo­cal Moniker Gui­tars, and a re­fur­bished Wurl­itzer juke­box. IN­SIDER TIP: Ex­clu­sive to the Austin store is a line of West­ern boots reimagined from Frye’s archives. Do­main North­side, 512-8363793; the­frye­com­pany.com

THE GAR­DEN ROOM

The gen­er­ous and phil­an­thropic Patty Hoff­pauir has helped dress gen­er­a­tions of women at her up­scale bou­tique fea­tur­ing col­or­ful and flat­ter­ing women’s cloth­ing, ac­ces­sories, and bridal trends. 1601 W. 38th St., Ste. 5, 512-458-5407; gar­den­room­bou­tique.com

HELM BOOTS

This rus­tic-chic fa­vorite rein­ter­prets clas­sic shoe and boot styles and gives them an edge. De­signed in Austin and made in Amer­ica, Helm shoes can be re-soled in-fac­tory if they be­come worn out. 1200 E. 11th St., Ste. 101, 512-609-8150; helm­boots.com

JU­LIAN GOLD

For 70-plus years, this fash­ion cor­ner­stone has fea­tured lux­ury de­sign­ers and col­lec­tions from around the world. IN­SIDER TIP: The hand­bag col­lec­tion from Texas de­signer Sarah White fea­tures luxe, fash­ion-for­ward back­packs. 1214 W. Sixth St., Ste. 110, 512-473-2493; ju­lian­gold.com

KICK PLEAT

Owner Wendi Martin now has a show­room wor­thy of her im­pec­ca­ble taste. Her lines, in­clud­ing ATP, Jil San­der, and Hu­manoid, tran­scend trends and are made to last. Kick Pleat’s shoe col­lec­tion is al­most mu­se­um­wor­thy. 624 N. La­mar Blvd., 512-445-4500; kick­pleat.com

LEAGUE OF REBELS

With of­fer­ings such as cus­tom suits and hip off-the-rack pieces, this menswear shop in the Sec­ond Street District has ev­ery­thing for the on-trend man. IN­SIDER TIP: Owner M. Ato (call him Ato, please) can ad­vise you on the per­fect cus­tom suit. And the whiskey bar is al­ways open. 411 W. Sec­ond St., 512-721-9903; league­ofrebels.com

MOSS/GAR­MENT

Masha Poloskova stocks her care­fully cu­rated sis­ter shops with high-end se­lec­tions and cou­ture vin­tage pieces. IN­SIDER TIP: Don’t miss that must-have Chanel jacket or Etro blazer: Moss posts many of its finds on In­sta­gram, so fol­low along at @moss­cloth­ing. 701-F S. La­mar Blvd., 512-462-4667; shop­gar­ment.com

OUT­DOOR VOICES

Ac­tive men and women can find the lat­est in tech­ni­cal fit­ness ap­parel, for yo­gis and bas­ket­ball play­ers alike, at Tyler Haney’s in­no­va­tive and global-minded bou­tique. 606 Blanco St., 512-356-9136; out­door­voices.com

POLO RALPH LAU­REN

The Do­main’s lo­ca­tion of this so­phis­ti­cated sports­wear brand pays homage to the South­west both in terms of decor and with its se­lec­tion of leathers and suedes in a va­ri­ety of styles. The Do­main, 512-490-0812; ralphlau­ren.com

RAVEN + LILY

Com­mit­ted to em­pow­er­ing women work­ers around the world, Raven + Lily fea­tures beau­ti­ful cloth­ing, ac­ces­sories, and home dé­cor. Visit the flag­ship at Do­main North­side or the in­ti­mate lo­ca­tion in East Austin. Do­main North­side, 737-209-1072; 2406 Manor Road, Ste. C, 512-2361378; rave­nan­dlily.com

REDBIRD BOU­TIQUE

Mau­reen Staloch’s West­lake bou­tique show­cases fresh and edgy de­sign­ers for any style, from ca­sual to cock­tail, in a friendly and ac­ces­si­ble en­vi­ron­ment. 3663 Bee Cave Road, Ste. 2C, 512-5140027; shopred­bird.com

SAINT BERNARD

Texas re­tailer Saint Bernard, a brand known for its sport, ski, and sun se­lec­tions, not only re­cently marked its 10th an­niver­sary as an an­chor in down­town’s Sec­ond Street District, but it has ex­panded its reach in Austin with its new 12,500-square-foot store—com­plete with a full-ser­vice ski and snow­board shop—at Do­main North­side. 401 W. Third St., 512-320-1999; Do­main North­side, 512-710-3710; saint­bernard.com

SUNROOM

This fun shop brings an ur­ban-coastal vibe to the South Congress Ho­tel. Lucy Jo­lis’s well-stocked bou­tique fea­tures unique cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories from up-and-com­ing de­sign­ers such as Elec­tric Feath­ers, Col­lina Strada, and Vivien Ram­say. 1603 S. Congress Ave., 512-524-2197; sun­roomaustin.com

WEATH­ERED COALI­TION

This de­light­fully ap­pointed, lo­cally owned store is cu­rated for men, with ev­ery­thing from cloth­ing and shoes to gift ideas and groom­ing. Do­main North­side, 512-852-9869; weath­ered­coali­tion.com

Tucked into the hip South Congress Ho­tel, Sunroom of­fers fash­ion­for­ward shop­ping but with a laid-back vibe. The bou­tique’s dresses, sep­a­rates, rompers, and swimwear as well as edgy and fun ac­ces­sories are all se­lected by owner Lucy Jo­lis.

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