2515 River Oaks Boulevard
This Houston-based boutique contains a highly curated collection of American classics. Think crisp white T-shirts, hand-stitched leather cowboy boots and shirtdresses in an array of colors.
Armenta jewelry has more than a 10-year milestone to celebrate. The Houston-based brand has landed on the wrists and necks of famous celebrities like Faith Hill, Halle Berry and Queen Rania of Jordan.
2134 Richmond Avenue
Co-owners Tina Davis and Denise Hazen pride themselves in their hand-selected collection of vintage pieces, which include stock by Bill Blass and Carolina Herrera.
Deville Fine Jewelry
Indie fine jewelry maker Liz Glanville is making a name for herself in Houston after Christina Aguilera wore her sapphire set on the cover of Lucky magazine. Stop in for rings, bracelets and necklaces in an array of colors.
3433 West Alabama
For the most unique home furnishings in town, designers Aaron Rambo and Ruth Davis’s Highland Village store is stocked with artwork and vintage pieces dating as far back as the 18th century.
2918 Austin Street
This midtown design shop is living up to its name with a mix of objects for the home. Designers Gino Vian and Mark McDavitt (formerly of New Living) bring impeccable style and an eye for artful finds like antique chandeliers and grand mirrors to the raw, brick-walled space.
5700 Richmond Avenue
Custom shirt-maker Hamilton has been servicing clients with a sharp eye for Western design since 1883. The label has even tapped Texas icon and fellow Houstonian Lyle Lovett to create a collection of the label’s trademark styles in solid and pinstripe patterns.
2424 West Alabama Street
What began as a tiny flea-market shop has now expanded to a 70,000-square-foot design store that features a wide selection of furniture, housewares and one-of-a-kind accessories.
Paris Texas Apparel Co.
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Kuhl-Linscomb 2424 West Alabama Street
For a sense of true Texas fashion, Paris Texas Apparel celebrates the Lone Star state through its signature collection of bow ties, t-shirts and yes, armadillo print polos.
2503 Robinhood Street
Handbag designer and native Texan Mary Nichols draws inspiration from art and travel around the globe. Houston women flock to her boutique for classic leather satchels, one-of-a-kind totes and exotic skin clutches.
Past Era Rine Antique Jewelry
3433 West Alabama Suite A
Marion Glober’s passion for collecting antique jewelry has long been a family tradition. As the daughter of London jewelers, it was no surprise she opened Past Era, which showcases pearl and enamel pieces that date as far back as the 17th and 20th century.
Pinto Ranch Fine Western Wear
1717 Post Oak Boulevard
The store’s more than 3,500 handmade cowboy boots—the largest inventory in the U.S.—features exotic skins, inlaid leathers and Swarovski crystals. Brands include Lucchese, Old Gringo and Rocketbuster.
2800 Kirby Drive
Sharp-dressed men should check out this made-to-measure casual and business clothing shop. It’s all about custom suits constructed from any of more than 3,000 luxury fabrics (from Loro Piana to Zegna), with an in-store soundtrack of Al Green and Miles Davis.
2800 Kirby Drive
Rye 51 offers a well-curated selection of contemporary sportswear from lines like John Varvatos, Diesel and Rye Reserve, as well as accessories, leather goods, apothecary products and shoes. There’s also a pool table, full bar and salespeople who can make house calls.
Boho-chic accessories made of glimmering agate and gold instantly elevate sundresses and shorts. Temple Street founder Anna Mae Holmes designs vibrant easy breezy pendants and pieces to help shoppers dress up their look.