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San Diego Beauty And Shopping

Our favorite fashionista has made her way into the "Best Of..." issue of San Diego Magazine.
The Chillers Showroom boutique interprets the laid-back SoCal style by offering a casual, all-cotton clothing line--at a great price.
Kerut is a warm and inviting space described as 1950s Palm Springs meets Morocco, meets Nantucket, Kerut is classic, modern, Bohemian and preppy all rolled into one.
Dianne O. Atelier carries exclusive European and New York designer lines to outfit the most discriminating boutique shopper.
Mimi & Red boutique is branching out, bringing their North Park style and great prices to the ladies of La Jolla.
With huge sculptural arrangements, trees, orchids and green plants aplenty, Che Bella is a blooming, blossoming, explosion of color and beauty.
It may have taken some time, but fashion has finally caught up and pregnant women are not looking back.
Maeve Riley is the little boutique that could. After withstanding a crushing economy, the South Park store stands strong.
San Diego was hit by a fashion hurricane when the THREAD event recently swept through downtown’s Horton Plaza mall.
Venture into the diversity of San Diego’s various boroughs to discover worldwide cuisines with exotic spices and fresh fruits at these four local ethnic markets.
Like the hip, urban clientele it caters to, 5 and A Dime offers contemporary, urban looks that are constantly evolving.
Gerhard Boutique in Del Mar is the only luxury clothing boutique of its kind south of Newport Beach.
With fresh and inventive looks, Aquino’s clothes are fun and girly, but above all, meticulously crafted.
Luella’s is a place where SoCal gals will find the best in cottony seaside looks.
The best thing about shopping at Cecilia's Boutique in Mission Hills is the confidence you’ll have knowing that the owner, Elizabeth Leffler, will hook you up.


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