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Estilo Boutique offers stylish business and cocktail attire for fashion conscious men and women. Featured designers include Ben Sherman, Nicole Miller, Yumi Kim and Black Halo. Located conveniently in Downtown Austin, the accommodating staff will be more than happy to help you put together a look that is suitable for any occasion.
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.
Have you ever heard of a toy store that's open at midnight? This is not your typical toy store. Rather, Toy Joy is a wonderland for unconventional "children" of all ages. Though the inventory includes some popular kids' items like Beanie Babies and Pokemon collectibles, they specialize in the unusual. This boutique of the bizarre is filled to capacity with selections like sumo wrestler alarm clocks, cube-shaped bubble wands, over-sized lava lamps and creative sound makers. It's a great place to shop for a gift or for yourself.
This 1876 building was originally the Lundberg Bakery. Its confections have served many a famous visitor, including Ma Ferguson and Teddy Roosevelt. O. Henry was even known to have lunch at this bakery while working at the Old General Land Office building. Listed with the National Register of Historic Places, the bakery occupied the building until 1936. Today, it has been restored and is staffed by volunteers as a gift shop, confectionery and hospitality desk to welcome visitors to Austin.
Lucky Lizard Curios and Gifts is the go-to shop in Austin for all things weird and wonderful in Austin. Located in the popular Sixth Street area in downtown Austin, Lucky Lizard has become a fixture in the local community. They've got a vast collection of world music, classic comic books and magazines, a library of books covering an eclectic array of subjects from the paranormal and movie monsters to pirates and vampires. The owner is also the curator for the Museum of the Weird located alongside the Lucky Lizard shop. This is a great place and is certainly worth stopping in.