Eliza Page

229 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 Directions
+15124746500
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Eliza Page features over 40 designers, including many Austin-based local artists. The collections of necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, and pendants cover a wide range of prices and styles to suit any fashionista or henpecked Thane of Cawdor. Adorning the neck with a Mari Andrade drop necklace ($45) or sterling birthstone drop charm ($45) will draw male eyes away from your forehead's bountiful cleavage. To modestly cover finger-nudity, slip on a ring like the Jane Diaz sterling and moonstone ($38). Lining one's arms with hammered brass bangles will highlight a dark ensemble while also allowing you to deflect battleaxes. Top it all off with a pair of Jan Michaels black onyx drop earrings ($42) or Verre NY tomato glass studs ($45) to keep your ears from sliding up to the top of your head. While perusing the cases, ask one of Eliza Page's friendly experts about the shop's handmade and custom designs.

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Austin Shopping Guide

For decades now, Austin has had a reputation as a funky, off-the-beaten-path sort of place that embraces the unusual. The Austin shops of today are diverse collections of artists and shop owners who are committed to “keep Austin weird”, offering items to the public that can’t be found anywhere else.

For clothing with a relaxed designer touch, explore Congress Street. From 11th Street down to Cesar Chavez Street, this Austin shopping strip is an indie boutique dreamland led by the Dress Shop, which offers simple clothes and accessories that are both modern and timeless. Meanwhile, Stag has a selection of men’s clothing with retro-hip appeal. For a semi-authentic Texas look, hit HEM Jeans, a specialty denim store, Heritage Boots for a pair of hand-stitched originals, and top things off with a Stetson from Hatbox.

If home outfitting is on the list, Finch on West 2nd Street  is one of the more unique home accent stores, while Mercury, also located in the 2nd Street arts district, has items from around the world. For larger home furnishings, The Khazana brings Middle Eastern-inspired furniture to the city.

Those with more eclectic tastes will find themselves drawn to Austin’s 23rd Street Artists Market, an open air arts and crafts showcase that runs every day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. If searching for a traditional Austin mall, there are five located throughout the city with one of the most popular being Barton Creek Square Mall located off of Capital of Texas Highway. There are also several outdoor malls, such as The Domain and Hill Country Galleria, which include unique Austin stores as well as national chain favorites.

Whether it’s upscale clothing, special furnishing for the home, or a funky throw pillow in the shape of Elvis, the unique shops in Austin combined with the indoor and outdoor malls have multiple selections to give any home a Texas twist.

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