Courtesy of Michael Price/Kourtney Pulitzer Boutique

Kourtney Pulitzer’s Palm Beach

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Just like the designer and preppy icon before her, Kourtney
Pulitzer (whose father-in-law, Peter Pulitzer, was married to Lilly Pulitzer)
epitomizes young Palm Beach style. At her four-year-old namesake boutique she sells flirty labels such
as Indah and Barbara Gerwit, along with retro-inspired furnishings by Jonathan
Adler and others. Next year, Pulitzer will launch her own clothing and
accessories line. “I love this town,” she says. “You can be casual, with
flip-flops and breezy dresses, but also elegant.”

Eat
On Sundays, Pulitzer heads to Michelle Bernstein’s (brunch
for two $40),
for its bistro-style brunch with a standout croquette madame
with Manchego cheese.

Shop
The designer loves browsing the resale boutique Church
Mouse
, where
she might find a secondhand ball gown or delicately embroidered pillows. In
West Palm, Pulitzer never misses a chance to go antiquing in historic
Northwood, stopping at Gardenhouse for reimagined vintage finds and Circa Who for Midcentury furniture.
“It’s a stash of vintage goodies with a contemporary twist,” she says.

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Kourtney Pulitzer’s Palm Beach

Just like the designer and preppy icon before her, Kourtney
Pulitzer (whose father-in-law, Peter Pulitzer, was married to Lilly Pulitzer)
epitomizes young Palm Beach style. At her four-year-old namesake boutique she sells flirty labels such
as Indah and Barbara Gerwit, along with retro-inspired furnishings by Jonathan
Adler and others. Next year, Pulitzer will launch her own clothing and
accessories line. “I love this town,” she says. “You can be casual, with
flip-flops and breezy dresses, but also elegant.”

Eat
On Sundays, Pulitzer heads to Michelle Bernstein’s (brunch
for two $40),
for its bistro-style brunch with a standout croquette madame
with Manchego cheese.

Shop
The designer loves browsing the resale boutique Church
Mouse
, where
she might find a secondhand ball gown or delicately embroidered pillows. In
West Palm, Pulitzer never misses a chance to go antiquing in historic
Northwood, stopping at Gardenhouse for reimagined vintage finds and Circa Who for Midcentury furniture.
“It’s a stash of vintage goodies with a contemporary twist,” she says.

Courtesy of Michael Price/Kourtney Pulitzer Boutique

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