Best Boutiques in Austin, Texas

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Starrs On Mercer in Austin

Starrs On Mercer

209 West Mercer Street, Dripping Springs , Texas 78620

If you are 13 or 90+, curvy or slim, tall or short, you should always look your best! We find things you won't see other places!

Best Known For: Fanatically fashionable, friendly & fun!

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BareTrees Boutique in Austin

BareTrees Boutique

132 wild Sage lane, Liberty Hill , Texas 78642

Focused on reflecting its customers’ inner beauty, this Austin boutique specializes in clothing with a free-spirited vibe.


Best Known For: Chic, contemporary women's clothing

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Trends & Traditions Boutique in Austin

Trends & Traditions Boutique

1917 Dutton Dr., Suite 100, San Marcos , Texas 78666

Trends and Traditions is a family-owned boutique that has been dressing the Hill Country women of Texas since 1966. It offers wearable, artistic and soulful clothing and accessories.

Best Known For: Artistic and soulful selections influenced by the Texas Hill Country lifestyle.

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Underwear in Austin


908 west 12th street , austin , Texas 78703

With an eye for fashionable aesthetics and feminine allure, Underwear takes the lingerie department out of the department store and presents a distinctive boutique shopping experience in the heart of Austin, Texas. The style is timeless and unique to each individual. 

Best Known For: Lingerie and Loungewear

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Nearby Neighborhoods in Texas


Nothing is bigger than the generosity of the Houston population, which so happens to be the largest in the state. Shopping local is a Houston hobby, and the best boutiques in town are known not only by their selection, but by their owner's big Texas smile to boot.


Once a month this quaint, peaceful city becomes the seventh largest city in Texas when up to 400,000 shoppers visit World Famous First Monday Trade Days – the oldest, largest, continuously operating outdoor market in the United States!


Amarillo, originally named Oneida, is situated in the Llano Estacado region. The availability of the railroad and freight service provided by the Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad contributed to the city's growth as a cattle marketing center in the late 19th century. The city was once the self-proclaimed "Helium Capital of the World".

Rio Grande Valley

In the Rio Grande Valley, nothing is more breath taking than the water color sunsets, sparkling beaches and the bold colors incorporated from Mexico. This makes boutique shopping a one of a kind experience.


Located on the border between Mexico and the U.S., on U.S. I-35 and Mexican Federal Highway 85, Laredo is America's largest inland port and one of the oldest border crossing points. Once capital of the briefly held independent Republic of the Rio Grande, the city has survived a long history of conflict and friendship between the U.S. and Mexico. Its legacy is a rich community boasting unique shopping, lively entertainment and festivals, including the month-long Washington's Birthday Celebration.


It is fair to say that Canyon is unlike any other city in Texas. It is home to three of the most popular tourist attractions in the state: Palo Duro Canyon State Park, the outdoor musical drama TEXAS and the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Palo Duro Canyon State Park, located just 12 miles from Canyon, is also referred to as the “Grand Canyon” of Texas.The historic downtown Square still bustles with businesses and offers a variety of specialty shops, quaint restaurants, historic buildings, professional offices and the newly restored Randall County Courthouse.