11 area boutiques to explore this holiday season

Bless This Nest (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
Bless This Nest (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Bless This Nest (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Wink Boutique (Community Impact Staff)
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Mays Street Boutique (Community Impact Staff)
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Nice Boutique (Courtesy Nice Boutique)
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Nice Boutique (Courtesy Nice Boutique)
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Nice Boutique (Courtesy Nice Boutique)
Round Rock

Cristales—The Boutique

  • Cristales specializes in trendy and unique women’s fashion, jewelry and gifts.

  • 2000 S. I-35, Ste. 2, Round Rock

  • 512-238-1212

  • www.cristales-theboutique.com


Haute Boutique


  • Haute Boutique offers unique women’s fashion and accessories as well as a candy bar. Located in the same storefront is its sister brand, Gingersnaps Kids Boutique, which carries fun clothing and masks for girls and infants; diaper bags; play sets; and more.

  • 25 Dawson Road, Round Rock

  • 512-716-0800

  • http://hautellc.com


Mays Street Boutique


  • In addition to women’s and men’s apparel, home goods and baby items, Mays Street Boutique carries items from local artists and top Texas companies, such as Kendra Scott, Yeti and Jadelynn Brooke.

  • 2001 N. Mays St., Ste. 6, Round Rock

  • 512-248-2555

  • www.maysstreetboutique.com


The Mercantile on Main


  • Stock up for the holiday season with The Mercantile on Main in Round Rock. The boutique features festive T-shirts, home decor, Christmas decorations, local food products and more.

  • 109 E. Main St., Round Rock

  • 512-375-1769

  • https://hautellc.commentsold.com/collections/Mercantile


Tammy Kay’s Boutique


  • Tammy Kay’s offers women’s apparel, shoes and jewelry perfect for game day or any occasion, as well as a line of candles, soap, detergent, hand sanitizer and more. Items can also be customized for special events.

  • 1100 Meadows Drive, Ste. 403, Round Rock

  • 512-695-3006

  • https://tammykaysboutique.com


Pflugerville


Nice Boutique

  • In addition to formal dresses for quinceaneras, Nice Boutique sells women’s clothing, jewelry and other accessories, with many items derived from Mexican culture.

  • 15307 FM 1825, Pflugerville

  • 512-785-4818

  • www.niceboutiquetx.com


Ruffles & Rust


  • Ruffles & Rust is a gift boutique offering a variety of items with a Southern flair, including home decor, women’s fashion, jewelry, gourmet food, soaps and spices.

  • 101 Pecan St. W., Ste. A, Pflugerville

  • 512-252-9300

  • www.rufflesandrusttexas.com


Wink Boutique


  • This locally owned shop stocks gifts for everyone in the family, ranging from home goods to women’s and men’s accessories to specialty foods. The store also offers embroidery services for personal items or items purchased in store.

  • 403 W. Pecan St., Pflugerville

  • 512-990-0008

  • http://shopwinktx.com


Hutto

Bless This Nest

  • Shoppers can find everything they need to make their home their own at this store with a focus on Southern hospitality. The rooms are well stocked with antique furniture, unique decor and candles as well as women’s clothing.

  • 201. N. FM 1660, Hutto

  • 512-846-4002

  • https://facebook.com/marciwagnerhomes


Creative Touch


  • A family-run business operating since 1986, Creative Touch sells a variety of gifts, including jewelry, specialty food, toys, home decor and cookware. Next door, the family’s Candy Corner stocks myriad packaged and bulk candy.

  • 103 East St., Hutto

  • 512-759-1088

  • www.creativetouchhutto.com


Rustic + Willow


  • A new addition to East Street that opened Nov. 10, Rustic + Willow carries a curated selection of T-shirts, bags, jewelry and decor with a Texas flair. In time for the holiday season, Rustic + Willow has added Christmas decorations to its offerings, along with curbside pickup and shipping services.

  • 117 East St., Hutto

  • www.facebook.com/rusticwillowtx




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