St. Augustine is a place that we travel to often. Although it is nearby, it is far enough away to make it seem like a mini-vacation. There are so many places to explore. This weekend we found three new shops and one restaurant that I thought were interesting and wanted to share.
Located on Anastasia Blvd. near the Bridge of Lions, is “St. Augustine’s Iconic Fashion Boutique”
Featuring clothing by Free People, Ella Moss, Velvet by Graham & Spencer, and Bailey44, this trendy boutique offers high end items. Although there was a $29 Sale rack at the front of the store, overall this is a name brand boutiquePrice Tag Pic
Toward the back of the shop are some sale items, a fitting room, a sitting area, and some VERY interesting artwork
If you are not familiar with the name brands, you may not appreciate the items that you find at Rochelle’s. There are some bargains to be found and the shop itself is worth the visit. When in the area, you need to check it out for yourself.
This was My favorite item and I think my youngest daughter (Amanda) would likely fight me for itNotice the Cold Shoulder application. Love it
There is lovely furniture here that my Mama would love, and could paint to look equally as lovely.I LOVE this lingerie chest and would have LOVED nothing more than to take it home with me today…
Last but not least is the Gypsy Cab Co. because Sunday Brunch has to happen when you are away from home for the weekend I enjoyed the California Benedict with grits and fruit
In the end, LB ate half of my order and took half of his home for leftovers this week. It was SO GOOD! I HIGHLY recommend Brunch at Gypsy Cab.
They open at 10:30.
You can do it, and You will be glad You did!