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Since 1924, Rubensteins has been serving New Orleans with the best in apparel and accessories. This men's apparel store is rated one of the top ten in the United States specializing in formal and casual apparel and various accessories. A person coming into Rubensteins can buy everything from hats to shoes. The service is unrivaled with a staff that waits on you hand and foot. There is also a full alteration service on the premises and free valet parking.
United Apparel Liquidators, better known as UAL, is one of the best places in New Orleans to pick up designer clothing and accessories at great prices. The secret to their success is the fact that they buy liquidated merchandise from the designers, so they can pass the savings along to their customers. Savvy shoppers can acquire great finds at UAL from high end designers like Lanvin, Zac Posen, Balenciaga and many more. Stop buy to see what great treasures you can find.
If you are on Chartres Street, then you are among more than a dozen divine,ittle dress shops to wander through. This one has made a name for itself as a provider of unique styles with cutting edge taste. The clothes found here are sure to make a statement and catch the eye of passersby. This is a boutique with just the right outfit for a bold night out!
Funrock'n is a store that offers as much fun to its customer as its name implies. This Magazine Street gift and novelty shop caters to adults who are young at heart with fun gifts, fashion accessories, costume pieces, and toys. Funrock'n also carries a large selection of iron-on transfers. Transfers include vintage designs, original designs, and designs that show off New Orleans spirit along with Saints themes for those want to support their boys in black and gold.
Stand out with a few threads from this unisex shop, which houses vintage clothes with a twist. It's easy to get carried away at Funky Monkey, especially when you dig the vintage look. Sort through heaps of garments; you are bound to wind up with an enviable ensemble if you know how to mix and match. Concert tees share shelf space with a few original designs, glittery '50s tops, flowery '60s skirts and '80s rock-styled rags. A few cheerful Hawaiian shirts and retro swimwear will appeal to the free-spirited. The store is always populated by peppy tourists and locals monkeying around with other stuff on display like wigs, handbags, stockings and shoes. If you should find yourself with a load of duds you are hesitant to wear in public, fear not—there's always Halloween!