Best Spring Lines At Boutiques In Sacramento

April 23, 2013 6:00 AM

Sacramento’s boutique clothiers are ready for spring 2013 with hip, fun and sexy styles from the latest designer lines. Color palletes are richer and brighter than the traditional pastels of the season, and bold patterns are on everything from skirts and shorts to menswear.

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Faatui Toele and his designs (Credit, Valerie Heimerich)

Denim Spot
1050 20th St., Suite 170
Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 441-1905

Award-winning Sacramento designer Faatui Toele brings his 2WEE line for men and women to Denim Spot this spring. His fashions are flirty yet sophisticated, and designed to flatter the body type of the wearer. Boutique owner Pete Haynes says the shop has a “Thursday through Saturday” style, with pieces to take the look from work to the night life and weekends. The Sol Angles line includes fashionable loungewear for men and women, while sustainable styles from Skunk Funk include feminine dresses in bright, strong colors.

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Rinascimento cuffs (Credit, Valerie Heimerich)

Flowing, layerable tops are paired with linen and chambray trousers for ladies, as well as light and fun shorts for men and women. Denim is always a focal point for the shop, with 2013 designs from 7 For All Mankind and others. Designs from the Rinascimento spring line of multi-textile cuffs by Kristy Oneto are made from up to 90 percent of recycled materials.



Legacy Boutique
2418 K St.
Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 706-0481

Legacy is celebrating the arrival of spring sunshine with trendy dresses and easy-to-wear men’s jeans, tanks and baseball team hats. Pretty sundresses and maxis are in bright colors and distinctive patterns, with flowing or body-conscious silhouettes. Tees from Local Celebrity are available for men and women in fresh, hip graphic designs for spring 2013. Visit Legacy on April 27 for a spring trunk show; the event will include music and special sales in honor of the shop’s two year anniversary.

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Krazy Mary’s 
3230 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 442-6279

Sugar Shack Boutique   
2425 J St.
Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 447-4435 Mary’s and Sugar Shack have the same owner, who likes customers to experience their styles in person rather than seeking out a line by name.

Krazy Mary’s provides unique and trend-conscious styles for Sacramento’s hip, urban residents. Spring looks are a bit edgier here than at Sugar Shack, with embellished evening wear and lace-enhanced tops for day or night. Bold, wide stripes are stars this season, and will be seen on trousers, maxi dresses, blouses and palazzo pants. Racy, form-fitting dresses and girly boho looks featuring unique patterns are perfect for spring 2013.

Sugar Shack offers affordable, easy-to-wear clothing and this spring’s selections are fun and feminine. Cute little dresses in a romantic color palette are key, and light-weight flowing tops can be layered atop shorts, skirts and leggings. But comfort doesn’t mean frumpy at Sugar Shack; body-conscious styles are sexy and eye catching in bold prints and colors. The boutique will also carry classic designs that never go out of style.



Heart Clothing Boutique
1903 Capitol Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 441-1359

Heart Boutique is featuring 2013 fashions that include feminine styles in casual wear and edgier designs as well. Relax in super-soft tops and tanks from Chaser and check out fun and flattering dresses from Lucy Love. Mint and coral tones are the colors of spring and chevron patterns are on everything from dresses to shorts. Look for pencil skirts and high fashion designs by Aryn K.; a tangerine dress with cut-outs at the waist is both sophisticated and hip. Short, flared skater skirts are fun for spring.

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Valerie Heimerich is a freelance writer out of Sacramento. She typically covers animals and community issues. She has volunteered and worked for many organizations helping animals and people.
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