Sage Premium Denim Bar's fashion-forward staff helps visitors to conceal their bareness with a unique collection of trendy, everyday boutique wear from brand-name manufacturers such as Miss Me, Twisted X, and LA Idol. Sage's wide selection of boots presents kicks for both men and women and rotates often––like the Mona Lisa's facial expression. Slip into a pair of Lane Boots ($125–$500) that stylishly fortify feet and support the company's philanthropic mission to benefit schools. Boots by Corral pride themselves on their durability ($175–$250), and boots by Ariat are designed for competitive horseback riders and mechanical-bull wranglers ($145¬–$219 for men's).
Learn To Brew was created by a professional brewer in an effort to provide patrons with a one-stop-shop for supplies, hands-on classes, and how-to videos for crafting beer and wine. In addition to taps and kegerators for homes or businesses, staff members stock ingredients such as hops, malts, and yeasts. In their classes, they cover everything from balancing acids for wine to fermenting honey for mead.
The Arrangement’s 6,000-square-foot space is filled with stylish décor items—accent furniture, silk-flower arrangements, and candles—that can make any house feel more like a home. A warm and inviting staff curates this collection of home accents, and constantly adds new and creative gifts to their ever-changing inventory. They also offer services, bundling bouquets of fresh flowers or crafting permanent botanicals from silk and nourishing them with waterless watering cans. The fragrance of the flowers wafts through the store and weaves with the perfumes of Trapp Candles, which can fill rooms with their fragrance within 15 minutes of being lit.
The old west is alive and well in World Imports' spacious storeroom, where rustic leather rocking chairs rub aged wooden elbows with embroidered fabric sofas and intricately carved cupboards. Even their modern living-room and office furnishings retain an antique, southwestern aesthetic, including elegant roll-top desks and aged-wood entertainment centers capable of supporting both flat-screen TVs and vaudevillian barroom brawls. The constantly updated stock carries pieces for every room in the house, showcasing everything from stone-topped kitchen islands and rough-hewn bedroom sets to reclining leather love seats and dining-room sets made from handcrafted wood.
On A Whim owners Debbie Trachtenberg and Gina Bennett have brought big brand names to Oklahoma City for the past 12 years, traveling to NYC, LA, and other acronymic cities to gather a chic selection of clothing, jewelry, home décor, and more. Don a Michael Stars T-shirt ($50–$60), Tom Ford shades ($250), J Brand jeans ($158 and up), Juicy Couture keychain wallet ($48), and a pair of Cynthia Vincent boots ($450) to woo full-length mirrors. The large selection of Mackenzie-Childs housewares includes a variety of patterned enamel serving bowls ($40) and platters ($40) for artful entertaining, and Dean & Deluca custom-made gift baskets can congratulate recent graduates for graduating not too long ago.
Outfitting dashing domiciles in unique, globally scavenged accoutrements, Red Chateau's elegant french doors open to admit style-conscious homeowners into its decorating passageways. Red Chateau globetrots to markets across North America and Europe, handpicking rare and unique furnishings ranging in price from $25 to $6,000. Fawn over sprays of colorful floral arrangements or vintage, decorative chandeliers that help set the mood for clandestine dinner parties and swashbuckling sock hops. Shoppers will struggle to resist the urge to run toes through boldly-pattern rugs or bury olfactory sensors in the jars of richly-scented Tyler Candles that line Red Chateau’s shelves in neat rows. In showcasing everything from decadent upholstery and custom fabrics, to animal-print lamp shades and crystal-studded accents, Red Chateau seamlessly melds the kind of elegance and exoticism matched only by a velvet rope party at the pachyderm house.