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Five Quintessential Palm Beach Boutiques to Shop For Your Spring Wardrobe

By Caroline Perrott | February 17, 2020 | Style & Beauty

Serious retail therapy awaits at these five stores.

IMG2674233CJC-0001.jpgStop into CJ Laing for the quintessential flowy day dress, perfect for brunch, a beach day or exploring in Palm Beach.


Created and curated by professional equestrian show jumper and nomadic traveler Lourdes de Guardiola, Milou provides the wardrobe that embodies a woman of the world, pulling inspiration from de Guardiola’s strong connection to the arts and their artisans. Peruse the haven for linen from Bali, jewels from Argentina, swimwear from Brazil and more. 150 Worth Ave., Suite 130

Eye of the Needle

Boston’s prestigious Newbury Street produced Eye of the Needle boutique, which soon spread to Nantucket and Palm Beach. The store is famous for its daily dazzling window displays and prides itself of being one step ahead of fashion trends. The boutique also offers repurposed designer items! 313 Worth Ave., 561.833.4533

Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller Jewelry is the one-stop shop for fine and faux jewelry. Miller’s collection features eclectic pieces that she has collaborated on with some of the most well-known and respected designers from around the world. Our favorite item (and one of Miller’s picks) is the signature triple-strand bracelet that comes in a variety of metallics. 5 Via Mizner/Worth Avenue, 561.659,9095

CJ Laing

Stop into CJ Laing for some breezy linen pieces for the upcoming spring season. This multibrand edit, helmed by creative collaborators Jack Laing and Alice Russell, hosts an inventory of exciting patterns, colors and textures as well as its own eponymous label of ikat, linen and cashmere pieces. 34 Via Mizner, 561.820.0039

C. Orrico

The store’s three sisters, Casey, Kathie and Colleen Orrico, love to dress customers for pool lounging, gala attending and Sunday brunches and everything in between. When Lilly Pulitzer relaunched in the mid-’90s, C. Orrico was one of the flagship stores to carry it. Along with Lilly, grab pieces from Sail To Sable, Trina Turk, Bailey 44, Milly and various small designers that only locals know about. 336 S. County Road, 561.659.1284

Photography by: courtesy of CJ Laing