New Orleans Boutiques You Should Know About

We are lucky in New Orleans to have an abundance of local boutiques offering the best of fashion at every price point. This week we’re rounding up our favorite Scouted boutiques and sharing why we love them.

Katherine Paquette and Jessica Doyle of Joseph

1. Joseph (5500 Magazine Street)

Joseph carries bags, shoes, clothing, and more. You can find designers such as Bottega Veneta, Prada, Zimmermann, Veronica Beard, Manolo Blahnik, and Jimmy Choo inside this mini department store. Additionally, Joseph has great sales and “spend some, save some” programs!

Sue Sartor of Sue Sartor

2. Sue Sartor (3806 Magazine Street #2)

In the world of fast fashion, Sue Sartor stands apart as she stays committed to creating special, small-batch, and hand-stamped pieces that are timeless. Sue works closely with artisans in Jaipur, India to ensure that each piece is consciously made. A Sue Sartor dress epitomizes versatility and ease, seamlessly blending style with comfort. Sue opened her flagship New Orleans store in 2022, offering customers the opportunity to experience and shop her styles in person. 

Crickett Lapeyre and Jennifer Atkins of Peony

3. Peony (2240 Magazine Street)

Peony is dreamy, whimsical, and artistic. We love the European twist in all of their clothes, with beautiful options for both adults and children. Peony also sells adorable gifts and carries brands such as LoveShackFancy, AGOLDE, Deepa Gurnani, and ba&sh.

Cecile Hardy Tanguis of NOLA Couture

4. NOLA Couture (3308 Magazine Street, Armstrong International Airport Concourse C)

NOLA Couture offers iconic NOLA prints in the form of ties, bowties, and petwear in a rainbow of beautiful colors, and it is all manufactured in New Orleans through NOLA Sewn. Much like The Scout Guide New Orleans, NOLA Couture owner Cecile Tanguis started her business to show the world that New Orleans was back after Katrina, and we will always be rooting for the businesses who are invested in the success of our city. Best of all, their shop in the airport makes it extra easy to pick up a little piece of New Orleans to bring to out-of-town friends or family. Excitingly, NOLA Couture has expanded its offerings with a new womenswear collection, thoughtfully designed and locally manufactured. Tailored for the vibrant New Orleans summers, these pieces exude color and breeziness.

The ladies of FeBe

5. FeBe (474 Metairie Road, #102)

Celebrating its 20th year in Business, FeBe is a boutique that everyone can love, with favorite brands such as Veronica Beard, Saloni, Frank & Eileen, and Tanya Taylor; inclusive sizing; top-notch service; and ample parking. FeBe is so-named for the owners, sisters Effie and Bessie who refer to themselves as “Fe” and “Be,” and it is one of the oldest boutiques in New Orleans, a sure sign that they’re doing something right to establish that longevity. With their extensive offerings of shoes, swim, dresses, clothing, and bags, FeBe is a one-stop shop for any and all of your fashion needs.

Marloe Goodman and Rebecca Fransen of tasc Performance

6. tasc Performance (3913 Magazine Street)

Todd Andrews’ sustainability-focused clothing line, tasc, is our favorite place to buy workout clothes, polos, pajamas, and more. Their bamboo fabrics are delightfully soft, and we know you’ll love Marloe and Rebecca in their Magazine Street store as much as we do. The Carrolton T-Shirt is a must buy for any man. It is on our “must visit” list for all out-of-town visitors.

Ted & George Men’s Shop at The Rink

7. Ted & George Men’s Shop at The Rink (2727 Prytania Street)

The Rink is proud to announce their newest store: Ted & George Men’s Shop. Ted & George will offer more choices for men as well as being the exclusive retailer of Liam John in New Orleans. Liam John is a distinguished custom men’s clothier known for their impeccable craftsmanship and unparalleled sense of style. Owner, Vaughn Granger’s dedication to his craft, paired with a keen understanding of his clients’ unique preferences, has earned him a loyal following of discerning gentlemen who trust him to make them look and feel their best on any occasion.

Jenny Carr of The Next

8. The Next by Jenny Carr (328 E Boston Street)

With two decades of experience in the fashion industry, Jenny Carr brings her impeccable taste to Covington with the opening of her boutique, The Next. The Next carries beloved brands like A.L.C., Vince, L’Agence, FARM Rio, and more. Jenny’s store is a curated collection that mirrors her fabulous sense of style, making it a must-visit destination for fashion enthusiasts.

Lauren Lipscomb Caro of Hola Guava

9. Hola Guava (3650 Magazine Street)

A relatively new business to Magazine Street, Hola Guava brings handmade and handwoven bags and hats, and statement jewelry pieces. Owner, Lauren Lipscomb Caro, sources pieces from Colombia and other South American countries to bring to New Orleans. Renowned for its fan-favorite handwoven bags, Hola Guava provides festival-goers with the perfect accessory, adding a touch of flair to the eclectic charm of New Orleans!

Visit your favorite Scouted boutiques from this list or discover a new one, and don’t forget to tell them Scout sent you!