Where To Shop Right Now
Where to shop right now: Sexy workout wear, chic jewelry, custom-made shoes and more
From cool suits and fashionable kicks to edgy tees and customizable jewelry, we’ve got your guide to some stellar products and fashion finds. Here's where to shop right now in Houston.
Sexy activewear at More Than You Can Imagine
More Than You Can Imagine owners Vicki Rizzo and Mauri Oliver always like to offer customers new and interesting items. This time the vintage designer/home decor store is featuring a sexy workout wear line called BrasilSul with body-hugging Supplex fabric that makes any derriere look shapely. "It's very flattering," says BrasilSul Texas state distributor Marisol Bolado. "That's why women like it, not only because of the style."
The most popular activewear in body-conscious Brazil, the collection features tanks, leggings, shorts, jackets and bodysuits in bold colors and bright prints, ranging in price from $29 to $89. "Look at the popsicles," Bolando says, referring to one print. "Aren't they fun?"
Eddie Borgo jewelry and accessories at Target
Eddie Borgo may not be a household name, but that’s about to change thanks to a collaboration with major retailer, Target. Put your own spin on Borgo’s chic jewelry, accessories, and even wall art, by bedazzling it up with charms, studs and totems. The limited-edition collection from the New York-based designer is available online and in stores now.
Summer suits at Suitsupply
Lighten up with a cool tailored silhouette from a standout label including the classic Lazio and the contemporary Hudson, at the posh men's clothing store. Fabrics like cotton, linen, silk — or a blend — mean you won’t swelter in the summer heat.
The new Sephora store at Memorial City Mall, a spacious 7,632 square feet, offers over 13,000 products including 200 brands of makeup, skincare, tools and accessories from Givenchy, Algenist, Kat Von D, Bumble and Bumble and the likes. Don’t get bogged down trying to guess which products suit you best. Grab a beauty expert before hitting the shelves.
Head up Lush Cosmetics for — people, not animal — tried and tested, 100 percent vegetarian goods such as soaps, shower gels, face masks and lotions, all made with contents like fruits and vegetables, essential oils, synthetic ingredients, honey and beeswax. The new 766-square-foot store at Memorial City marks the UK based chain’s 13th locale in Texas.
Custom-made shoes at Ferragamo
Making shoe shopping personal, Ferragamo is putting you in the driver's seat via its newly launched online program, MTO Driver Customization. Mix and match the design of a pair of the Italian brand’s posh loafers for men, mad scientist-style.
With the click of a few buttons, you can deck out the soles, upper body and metal hardware choosing from a roster of colors, materials (from crocodile to suede mink) and finishings like polished gold and graphite. Go all out and add your initials to the inside of your one-of-a-kind creation.
Two new stores at Katy Mills mall are aimed at the serious athletes and fashionistas alike. A new Adidas store, with a massive offering of stylish workout apparel, footwear and accessories, is sure to elevate your game.
Take a step in the right direction with a pair of Chucks. The iconic sneaker, available in a variety of colors and styles, along with apparel and more, is yours for the taking at the freestanding Converse store at Katy Mills, set to open this Thursday.
Artistic T-shirts at Gap
Emerging artists from around the world have partnered with Gap, adding their own stamp to the brand's logo on a classic Gap tee. Gap Remix Project 2015, available online only for U.S. shoppers, features edgy T-shirt prints by the likes of Tokyo’s Fantasista Utamaro, San Francisco’s Kyle Pierce and London’s Neville Brady.