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Where to shop in Houston right now: 10 spots to heat up November

Where to shop in Houston right now: 10 spots to heat up November

Where to Shop: November 2019
Everyday chic at Cotidié. Photo courtesy of Cotidié
Where to Shop: November 2019
Make E.Taylor Designs your forever jewelry. Photo courtesy of E.Taylor Designs
Where to Shop: November 2019
Wearable art that will look great in photos. Photo courtesy of SuKaz Jackets
Where to Shop: November 2019
Dress up your table with gold flatware. Photo courtesy of Rigby Tableware
Where to Shop: November 2019
Universal Standard eliminates the diving line of size. Photo courtesy of Universal Standard
Where to Shop: November 2019
Where to Shop: November 2019
Where to Shop: November 2019
Where to Shop: November 2019
Where to Shop: November 2019

Holiday invites are stacking up, Black Friday deals are off to an early start, and that can only mean one thing: more opportunities to let your style — and home — sparkle. For Houston fashionistas, the time is now for festive finishing jewels, entrance-making outfits, and discovering worldly pieces that make a house a home.

Cotidié
Professional, fashionable, and comfortable, Cotidié’s autumn/winter collection continues to “transcend everyday settings and seasons through interchangeable staples, with clean lines and tailored silhouettes.” The Ada top, a style from the line’s first collection, is a pleated back, button-front blouse with a relaxed shape, is now available in long sleeve, making it ideal for the cooler temperatures. 

E.Taylor Designs
When Erin Germani isn’t in scrubs, she can be found designing jewelry. The labor and delivery nurse founded E.Taylor Designs during her senior year at the University of Texas as a personal creative outlet, and this holiday season, she’s offering a weekly discount on her dainty jewels. From everyday wear to weddings, engagements, and Thanksgiving dinner, make E.Taylor your new forever jewelry.

ETEL
ETEL, the early makers of modern and contemporary furniture design in Brazil, opened its U.S. flagship at the Shops at Arrive. Recognized as the haute couture of Brazilian furniture, the made-to-order pieces feature trademark craftsmanship and eco-friendly materials. In today’s climate of mass production, ETEL is preserving art and Brazilian history.

Laurier Blanc
Suzanne Coppola frequently travels abroad to various outdoor markets throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa. Recently, she spent time in France, specifically through Reims, the heart of the Champagne wine-growing region, and Dijon in Eastern France. The treasures in the University Place gallery is carefully curated with vintage pieces, antique staples, and unique gifts that hold a special story.

Rigby Tableware
Founder Sara Kelly believes one should not have to wait for a major life event to “purchase tableware and other items that make your time at home more enjoyable.” The direct-to-consumer tableware line is crafted and hand-finished in Portugal and consists of dishes, glassware, and flatware designed to “add a sense of delight to everyday moments.” The Satin Gold Flatware set is perfect for entertaining this holiday season while the Mug Set is great for gifting. 

Skoah
The facials-only concept specializes in personal training for your skin. The skincare trainer? Estheticians. Apart from its membership-based services, Skoah offers plant-based products formulated with botanical extracts, natural minerals, organic compounds, and powerful bio-actives.

SuKaz Jackets
Susan Hollingsworth was living in Kazakhstan when the idea for SuKaz Jackets came to life. Throughout her years of living abroad, she was introduced to fiber art and the techniques used in turning textile and fiber into wearable art. The one-of-a-kind jackets feature varying needlework, embroidery, origami, and appliqué, each with a unique story.

The Galleria
What do French women’s luxury line, ba&sh; men’s undergarment brand, Tommy John; and Toys“R”US have in common? The three new-to-market brands are the latest additions in the Houston Galleria. Don’t miss out on Austin-based jewelry company Kendra Scott’s holiday pop-up.

Universal Standard
The shopping and community space opened its showroom in Montrose “aims to revolutionize” Houstonians shop, furthering its mission “to reshape the fashion landscape and break down existing barriers to give all women access to great style.” Book styling appointments, group shopping experiences, or attend community events and panels hosted by Universal Standard and local fashion movers and shakers.

Wisteria
Find everything you need to decorate your home for the holidays at the newly opened Wisteria, a Dallas-based home decor and furniture store. Located in Houston’s Upper Kirby neighborhood, the “passport to the best of global design” sits pretty next to two other furniture stores, D'Lightus and FOUND.