This past weekend, we had the amazing opportunity to come visit the SUPER adorable and chic Abejas Boutique in the Rice Village area! Abejas likes to describe themselves as an incredibly unique women’s boutique selling style, good taste + confidence…. And we could not agree more with them! 😉
If you have not been to their new location on South Blvd. (opened in October 2016), you should totally come check it out! The décor is very nice with a modern rustic touch. It’s warm and welcoming that makes you feel like you are at your best friend’s house! They have several comfy couches, large rustic mirrors so you can check out your outfits, a kitchen, an adorable patio with tables and chairs and CHICKENS!
The ladies at Abejas are very friendly and helpful, so you will feel right at home while they help you choose some fun outfits and accessories for the spring/summer season.
We were lucky and got to play dress up in some of their fun and unique boho/glam styles. First, we tried on more of an “earthy/safari” look with shades of blue, olive and white, plus some fun animal prints!
Then, we tried some “dressier” yet casual/glam styles with a little bit of sparkle and a little bit of pastels.
Lastly, we did a more “classic” look. We wore some neutral color lightweight dresses (perfect for h-town weather) with some fun and glamorous accessories. This was definitely our favorite look! 😉
Dorina: Dress I Necklace I Sandals I Sunglasses: Balenciaga
Annie: Dress I Hat I Sandals I Sunglasses: Tom Ford
Fun Fact: One of Abejas “signature” items is their leather flip flops. Dorina owns a pair and she loves them!
So follow their Motto: This is your life, not a dress rehearsal. Shop at Abejas.
Location: 2517 South Blvd. Houston, TX 77098
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Abejas Boutique – named after the Spanish word for bumble bee – has created a fashionable buzz along Kirby Drive in Houston, TX since owner Christina Mitchell opened the shop in 1996.
Post in partnership with Abejas, all opinions are our own.
Photos by Alejandro Montoya