One of our favorite local destinations to shop, dine and play is Downtown at the Gardens. The Boulevard at Downtown at the Gardens features many great women’s stores, including the recently expanded Blessed Boutique, Lola Chiq, Ceci Palm Beach, Style So Chic, LF Stores, Urban Outfitters and more. These unique boutiques make it so easy and enjoyable to shop many different styles and price points all in one location. Read more below about a few of the shops – Ceci Palm Beach, Blessed Boutique and Lola Chiq – and see our six fall looks that are perfect for Florida!
Look 1 – Ceci Palm Beach
Ceci Palm Beach is the cutest little boutique full of bright, Palm Beach inspired, resort wear. At Ceci you will find classic, as well as upcoming, and local resort wear lines that reflect the vibrant Florida lifestyle.
Look 2 – Blessed Boutique
The newly-expanded Blessed Boutique specializes in day-to-night apparel, shoes and accessories from exclusive American and European designers, and an inclusionary mindset to cater to a variety of body types.
Look 3 – Lola Chiq
Lola Chiq Boutique is both adorable and affordable. The trendy boutique is perfect for the girl that loves and lives to have fun with her style and accessories. Lola Chiq’s daily new arrivals, featured on Instagram and Facebook, will surely be your newest addiction.
Celebrating a decade of entertainment, shopping and dining, Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens offers an unparalleled experience with dozens of unique, destination shops, restaurants and experiences for those of all ages. Anchors like Whole Foods, Cobb Theatres, West Elm, Yard House and more complement an array of specialty boutiques, children’s apparel, entertainment, and home furnishings brands throughout The Boulevard, and over the years, Downtown at the Gardens has equally become a destination for its people watching and fun. A ride on the gorgeous custom carousel, soaking in live music, and watching a spectacular holiday light show in the courtyard make for year-round entertainment. For more information, visit www.downtownatthegardens.com.
This post was sponsored by Downtown at the Gardens but all opinions are our own.