Where to Shop in Houston Right Now: 8 Must-See Places for March


As fans know, the 90th anniversary of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is officially back and throughout March, Houstonians and visitors can shop over 300 vendors featuring western apparel, boots, turquoise and Navajo jewelry, and more at the NRG Center and NRG Stadium.

For those who don’t frequent – ​​or shop – RodeoHouston, here are some must-see shopping spots in March.

Asch Building
The Heights Boutique Collection is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a two-day party on Saturday March 26 and Sunday March 27. The organized event will feature local stores and Texas-based beverage brand Rambler. Enjoy freebies and food samples as well as Nina Berenato’s Forever Bracelet Bar.

In addition, Asch Building will launch its own ASCH 146 clothing line.

Camellia Alise
The day spa offering vegan skincare products and specialized beauty and skincare education classes celebrates teachers this month. Book any service throughout March and receive 30% off. The educator discount will apply to services such as body contouring, facials, waxing and sugaring, and massages. Must have a valid teacher card.

Direct Diamonds
The world leader in diamond sourcing and consumer education opens its second location Wednesday, March 9 in Clear Lake. Conveniently located adjacent to the Baybrook Mall at 18610 Gulf Freeway, the new showroom will bring a wide selection of inventory and premier service to the cities of Friendswood, Clear Lake, Webster, League City and beyond.

Elizabeth Anthony
The Uptown Park luxury women’s boutique will welcome designer Jonathan Cohen to Houston for his first in-store appearance on Thursday, March 3 and Friday, March 4. Shop his Spring 2022 collection and meet the designer as he discusses what inspired him this season. Describing her collection as the perfect blend of “elegant, subversive and artistic”, Cohen draws inspiration from her hometown of Mexico City, her upbringing in San Diego and the energy of her current base, New York.

The New Orleans-based boutique is set to open its sixth Houston-area location on Woodway this spring. Nestled in the Woodway Mall and S. Voss Road at 1391 S. Voss Road, Hemline is adjacent to popular locations Paris Texas Apparel Co. and Emerson Sloan. Shoppers can expect to buy boho-chic clothing, shoes and accessories from brands such as Misa Los Angeles, DolceVita, NYC tank topand local designer Hunter Bell NYC.

Kemo Sabe
The Aspen-based high-end hat brand is hosting a rodeo pop-up in Rice Village through Sunday, March 6 at 2414 University Blvd., Suite 100, next to CB2. Kemo Sabe launches its exclusive line of denim jackets, designed in collaboration with Texas-based Double D Ranch. Shoppers can also expect custom hats, leather goods and accessories.

Kendra Scott
The jewelry supplier released new pieces exclusively for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The “Rodeo Red” and “Rodeo Turquoise” sets include a necklace, earrings and a bracelet. For those who don’t frequent the Rodeo, the brand offers rodeo-inspired pieces in-store or online, including a cowboy hat charm or best-selling Elle gold dangle earrings in bronze-veined turquoise magnesite. .

Houstonians who know LoveShackFancy for its whimsical hand-dyed fabrics and romantic, vintage-inspired floral prints can now shop the brand in upscale River Oaks. The brand recently opened its first pink wonderland in Houston and its thirteenth outlet worldwide. Inspired by vintage finds, the brand offers flattering silhouettes, soft hues and intricate lace that has won a loyal following with loyal buyers ranging from Alpha to Gen X.


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