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LeVu Boutique boasts a mélange of garments and accessories to drape shoppers in trendy gear. An ever-shifting inventory sports new arrivals every one to two weeks, ensuring that clotheshorses' wardrobes stay fresh and closets keep that new price tag smell. Skirts and dresses ($29–$45) adorn torsos, and a medley of earrings, rings, bracelets, and necklaces (starting at $13) lend shine to extremities. Fashion-forward femmes can cinch their waists with stylish belts (starting at $10) or raid cookies from the top of the refrigerator in a pair of high heels ($20–$45) from LeVu's collection.
5017 Saratoga Blvd
Corpus Christi,
TX
US
Shannon’s Distinctive Fashions lavishes each patron with personalized attention to assemble outfits of attractive jeans, dresses, jackets, and accessories suitable for the coastal clime. Don an outfit composed entirely of items from popular brands, including Analili, Mesmerize, and Weston Wear, or confuse disobedient arms by suiting them in jeans by Worn, David Kahn, or Cookie Johnson. A variety of jewelry ($20–$40) bedecks appendages, and stylish sunglasses ($18–$69) shade irises from constant squirt-gun fire. Feet get protection from the summertime sidewalk heat in Meeka beaded flip-flops ($37).
6646 S Staples St
Corpus Christi,
TX
US
The pink banner that curls around the fa?ade of Yolanda's Specialty Cakes calls to mind the creamy fondant streaks that grace many of the eponymous owner's specialty confections. Though Yolanda Amaya has been perfecting her craft since 1977, many locals are just beginning to hop on her train of sweet treats thanks to readers of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, who voted her shop the Best of the Best in 2010. On-hand consultants help brides- and grooms-to-be select the perfect theme for their wedding cake, and decorators spell out birthday greetings with swirls of icing. Yolanda and her bakers sculpt cakes into a variety of shapes and styles, from tiered towers to wearable quincea?era dresses.
2033 Airline Rd
Corpus Christi,
TX
US
The Montes family opened its first eatery in Querétaro, Mexico in 1978, but its members have always craved a chance to bring their delicacies across the border. That's why they opened Molé, where they whip up everything from mini pork tacos smothered in a slow-cooked pepper sauce to enchiladas filled with chicken and sliced avocado. They even showcase their zesty flavors during breakfast with options such as a Mexican-style benedict with fried egg, refried beans, and oaxaca cheese. To complement each feast, Molé’s bartenders pour plenty of domestic and imported brews and mix libations such as tamarindo margarita.
6042 S Padre Island Dr.
Corpus Christi,
TX
US
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