Apparel in Lockhart


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  • Trends and Traditions
    Trends & Traditions houses a glittering trove of designer jewelry produced by southwest artisans to catch eyes, capture hearts, and preserve memories. Woven sterling-silver bracelets by Chamilia easily encircle wrists, ankles, and the tiny waists of Victorian snakes with slim bands. Though the store's selection of charms may vary, an array of interchangeable sterling-silver beads and clips can stay attached to the same look for a lifetime, or graciously relinquish their hold to allow new partnerships. Add to charm collections with custom-coordinated bling, swirling abstract designs, and representational statuettes of hearts, animals, letters, and cybernetic robber barons from rich loads of glimmering ornaments.
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    1917 Dutton Dr
    San Marcos, TX US
  • Zazzle
    Though tacos?available in nearly a dozen varieties, including carne asada, chicken tinga, and shrimp?form the heart of the rambling menu, the kitchen also stays busy fixing sizzling tortas, enchiladas, and burritos slathered with chili con queso. The menu also bridges the gap between dinner and second breakfast with chorizo-potato tacos and platters of huevos rancheros and migas, a scramble of eggs, crispy tortillas, and tangy sauce. The flourishing restaurant recently opened a new location in Austin.
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    7709 E. Ben White Blvd
    Austin, TX US
  • Karavel Shoes
    Outfitting pavement pounders since 1937, Karavel Shoes stocks a large selection of athletic, comfort, orthopedic, and fashion-forward shoes for men and women in its more than 15,000-square-foot store. Choose from brands such as New Balance, Mephisto, Dansko, and Clarks, or take a trip to an on-site wellness center that specializes in orthopedic and diabetic needs.
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    5525 Burnet Road
    Austin, TX US
  • SUP ATX
    Since its founding in 2008, SUP ATX has helped shift the status of stand-up paddleboarding from "something surfers do en route to huge, far-off waves" to "sport unto itself." Though their online store and showrooms stock plenty of paddles and board accessories, the crown jewel of their stores has always been the boards themselves. Here's how they're made at SUP ATX's factory. A Stand-Up Paddleboard Is Born Phase One: The Foam. Belt saws cut giant hunks of EPS, or high-grade foam, into planks. Phase Two: The Spine. Workers install a balsa wood rocker down the middle of each plank. This adds rigidity to the board, much the same way a solid pepperoni core adds rigidity to pizza. Phase Three: The Shape. Workers hand-shape the board into a symmetrical, gently oval shape suited for paddling through ocean waves, river waters, and everything in between. Phase Four: The Color. After applying SUP ATX logos and a coat of color, the team protects the paint with epoxy resin, fiberglass fabric, and another coat of resin. The resin has to set for a full day. Phase Five: The Final Touches. Workers install add-ons like leash plugs and handles, and sand each board down to its final, dolphin-smooth finish. A final coat of resin gives the board extra shine.
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    1541 W. Cesar Chavez
    Austin, TX US
  • Samuel's Jewelers
    Some people say that only diamonds last forever, but much like Twinkies in a vacuum-sealed bag, Samuels Jewelers is giving the sparklers some stiff competition. Soon after it was established on Market Street in San Francisco in 1891, the store earned itself the nickname "the house of lucky wedding rings"—legend said that if a couple married with one of Albert Samuels' rings, they would be married for all time. But it wasn't just this legend that set Albert apart, it was his old-fashioned decency and stellar customer service. According to one story, when Albert discovered that one of his clients had been accidentally charged for a repair job, he did whatever he could to rectify the mistake. Because he didn't know her name, he resorted to taking out an ad in the San Francisco Chronicle to apologize and ask her to come back to pick up her dollar. Today, Samuels Jewelers may have various stores across the country, but it aims to stay true to those same values.
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    2914 Montopolis Drive
    Austin, TX US
  • Delfino Jewelry
    Sweets are elevated to an art form at That Takes the Cake Sugar Art Show & Cake Competition. Bringing together expert bakers and sugar artists from across the country, the two-day event lets visitors stalk through an armada of colorful pastry masterpieces shaped like dragons, cheetahs, or cartoon characters. The competition breaks down its entrants into dozens of divisions and styles, all of which are judged according to creativity, theme, and artistry. A separate tasting competition includes entrants in the categories of cakes, muffins, pies, gingerbread cookies, and candies Admirers of the sucrose arts can also learn at the feet of celebrity bakers by purchasing one of several group lessons in subjects such as airbrushing, figure modeling, and how best to conceal a hacksaw inside a bundt cake.
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    10601 N Lamar Blvd
    Austin, TX US

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