Shopping in Houston

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Texans are known for taking care of themselves, so it’s no surprise that Houston has some of the best shopping in the state. High-end stores anchor T... Read More

Texans are known for taking care of themselves, so it’s no surprise that Houston has some of the best shopping in the state. High-end stores anchor The Galleria, a mall so large it houses two hotels and an ice skating rink, but nearby, the brand new River Oaks District is poised to lure away luxury shoppers—the well-manicured, thoughtful mixed-use development boasts brands like Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Stella McCartney, and Tom Ford.

In addition to the national brands that satisfy the city’s international residents and visitors, our Houston shopping guide includes independent stores that shouldn’t be missed, like Kuhl-Linscomb—a lifetime emporium that feels like an eclectic retail wonderland, spilling into five separate bungalows—and gallery-white gifts-and-apparel shop Sloan/Hall. Biscuit Home Goods and Found For The Home are each owned by interior designers, evident in the well-edited collections of antiques and home accessories.

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  • Ann Mashburn

    A clean, modern white cash wrap marks the entrance of this well-designed women's apparel boutique. Atlanta-based husband and wife designers Ann Mashburn... Read More

  • Atrium Ready to Wear

    Houston women with a full social calendar trust this dress mecca, known for stocking only a few of each ready-to-wear style to entrust multiples of the... Read More

  • Baanou

    One of a few locally owned boutiques in the tony River Oaks District, Baanou is neighbors with Dior, Cartier, Tom Ford, and Stella McCartney in the... Read More

  • Biscuit

    This home goods boutique may be as well-known locally for its much-Instagrammed exterior wall (the allusion of dripping paint is the backdrop for many... Read More

  • Brooke Feather

    Owner Brooke Feather took inspiration for her store from her summers spent as a child in Laguna Beach. Expect denim, California cool tunics and sweaters... Read More

  • Kuhl-Linscomb

    It's nearly impossible to leave empty handed from this lifestyle emporium housed in not one, but five buildings. Delight in more than 100,000 square... Read More

  • Laboratoria

    Tatiana Massey, a Russian-born former model who moved to Houston more than a decade ago, is on the vanguard of the city’s style evolution. Her three... Read More

  • Lucchese

    This beloved Texas boot maker is trusted for its superb craftsmanship, durable leathers, and exotic skins. At its large flagship in Highland Village, no... Read More

  • Manready Mercantile

    With sleek, manly packaging, natural ingredients and useful product names like Throne Spray (a bathroom spray), Beard Treatment, and Tub Elixir poured... Read More

  • Montrose Shop

    A white washed brick shotgun-style house in bohemian Montrose offers Parisian-inspired clothing with an aesthetic as clean as the store's. Independent... Read More

  • River Oaks District

    Walking is encouraged at this well-landscaped outdoor shopping center, home to Dior, Hermes, Stella McCartney, Chopard, Cartier, Harry Winston, and... Read More

  • Saint Cloud

    A honeycomb-shaped light installation hangs over this minimalist home and accessories store, where co-owners Jessica Rodriguez and Cecilia Marquez... Read More

  • Sloan/Hall

    Sloan/Hall far exceeds expectations for what might seem to be, at first glance, another candle and card shop. Marcus Sloan and Shannon Hall, who bring... Read More

  • STAG

    An outpost of the Austin original, the men's store offers a selection of relaxed apparel and accessories in an inviting cabin-inspired space peppered... Read More

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