Stag has captured the eye of men's magazines (GQ, etc.), and for good reason: it's about more than just the apparel and accessories for sale. The store caters to a specific demographic of men--those that are transitioning from undergraduate education to the professional realm, and those that are wanting to stay young and hip, but stylish. Among other things, vintage books (such as a collection of Dennis Hopper photographs from the 1960s), retro posters (like Farrah Fawcett's famous red bathing suit photo), and home decor (rum scented candles, for example) are up for grabs.
The premise behind this upscale store is simple: sophisticated fashion that allows the wearer to express their individual style. Looks are classic, yet hip and contemporary. Designer lines of shoes, clothing and accessories include Diesel, BCBG, Jill Stuart, Vivienne Tam, Theory and Kate Spade. By George, what a lovely place to shop!
Crystal Works features a broad spectrum of crystals and minerals, loose or in various artistic settings. This dazzling shop carries a range of ethereal New Age products, including tabletop fountains, jewelry set with semi-precious stones and crystal window ornaments. There is a great selection of stone and polished amber fossils. A collection of Feng Shui books and literature details where to best place items like these calming decorative pieces in your home. The staff is friendly and very helpful. First time visitors receive complimentary lavender.
This locally owned store features upscale and custom men's clothing and accessories. Designer lines include Corneliani, Pal Zileri, Bally Shoes and the popular Vestimenta. Three on-staff master tailors, each with over 25 years of experience, produce one-of-a-kind shirts, trousers, sport coats and suits from an inventory of more than 1,200 high-quality fabrics. The tailors will even come to your office for fittings! The shop has also expanded the inventory to include sportswear along with its more formal daily and evening wear.
This business has been functioning for more than a few decades, and the store has been open at its current location for more than a number of years. So far, it is the only Japanese grocery and gift store within the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos metropolis. For being the only store of its kind in this large capital of the second most populated United State, this mid-sized boutique packs a punch! Everything from frozen meat, to produce, to even hakama shirts (traditional Japanese men's wear) are for sale. Browse the clearance bin at the far end of the store to carefully examine the price tags of the alcohol, as bargains are rampant.
To call ATown a boutique is erroneous--it's actually pretty big! Support crafty, creative Austin artists by shopping at this store to keep the good karma flowing; if you keep paying for their work, they will continue to provide you with high-quality art (like wall paintings inspired by famous Austin landmarks), accessories (like colorful bracelets manufactured out of Legos), and clothing (like cute tees for vegetarians that proudly advertise their lifestyle), amongst other things (like eco-friendly candles).
Set on Congress Avenue, Patagonia Austin sells a variety of sports clothing and gear for men, women and children. Sports enthusiasts can find items for sports activities like skiing, surfing, fishing, mountain biking, climbing and running. The store sells items like clothing and footwear that are suitable for all kinds of weather. In addition to this, they also sell travel bags, bottles and a lot more. Customers can even place order for their choice of products through the store’s website and get them delivered to their doorstep.
Cowboy Cool is the shop to head to if you are in the mood to revamp your wardrobe with some cowboy-western outfits. The store is an ideal shop for both men and women looking for unique belts, buckles, shirts, jeans and cowboy boots. Their brand is a collection of good designer stuff renowned for quality, variety and innovation. The collection is a splendid mix of the traditional western outfits with a contemporary flair. You can also shop for unique trivia, jewelery and accessories here.
The 2nd Street Shopping District is one of Austin's most colorful and entertaining shopping districts. This six-block locale offers some of the shopping, dining, and entertainment venues in the city. Some of the stores at 2nd Street include Ann Taylor Loft, Authentic Smiles, Austin Rocks, Delish Bakery, Cru Wine Bar, Design Within Reach, and Flor. So whether you're looking for a night on the town, or a perfect place for an afternoon shopping spree, the 2nd Street District is not to be missed.
Feel like having some freshly-baked cookies? A call and a 30 minute wait are all that is required for Tiff's Treats to prepare your favorite kind! Tempting flavors—peanut butter, oatmeal raisin, butterscotch chip and more are available to choose from. Drinks and desserts also feature on the menu. If you're looking for just a snack, drop by, but if you have a large order to place, please notify the store in advance. Either pick up your parcel or have it delivered. You can also get your package gift-wrapped for that special someone.