During the Stone Age, dressing for distress was all the rage, because cave persons knew tattered threads would make them less likely to be courted by a handsome triceratops. Dress for success with today's deal to Miss Roxy Derek, located in The Ridge shopping center on Loop 1604. Founded by mother-daughter duo Julie and Danielle and featured as a Critics Pick in SA Current, Miss Roxy Derek keeps women and men fully clothed in wearables from designers such as Literature Noir, Fluxus, Dylan George, and PF Flyers. Sift through the boutique's stock of T-shirts ($14–$88), denim ($88–$220), dresses ($88–$240), and shoes ($44–$200) to find the perfect piece for a special occasion, casual date, or Ted Williams fan-club meeting.
- Walking into the store is pretty much like walking into a daydream of mine, one whose only prurient interests are textiles. Miss Roxy Derek’s employees are consistently friendly upon greeting, but never hover as you peruse the boutique’s neat, color-organized racks; it’s very zen. The sacred, wordless concentration of “just looking” is only broken once you’ve a few items in hand and a fitting room is offered – SA Current