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Street Style: 3200-3400 Magazine Street in New Orleans 

Magazine Street's six-mile stretch is a lot to tackle in one afternoon. Focus your efforts on these two blocks and be rewarded with a treasure trove of style.

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Arana Taqueria y Cantina
(3242 Magazine St.)
Whether it's Taco Tuesday, mole-smothered chicken Monday or some other time, this festive joint serves inspired cuisine from the Yucatan and offers sidewalk seating and an extensive menu of tequila cocktails.

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B Boutique
(3300 Magazine St.)
"Is this a $10 rack?" a blonde, maxi-dress wearing customer asked. Answer: yes, and those strappy heels are two pairs for $30 — in case you were wondering about the sales at this already affordable women's boutique.

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Buffalo Exchange
(3312 Magazine St.)
This men and women's clothing and accessories resale shop is the creme de la creme of vintage and secondhand clothing. Looking to sell? The staff's got their eyes on tacky Christmas sweaters, Halloween costumes, boots, denim and light outerwear for fall.

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Hemline
(3308 Magazine St.)
With shops in the French Quarter, Metairie, the Northshore and Uptown, the Hemline empire is a stylish, distinctly boho-inspired presence in almost every major shopping thoroughfare in the New Orleans area.

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Lili Vintage Boutique
(3329 Magazine St.)
Don't be intimidated by the gilt-edged mirrors and gleaming wood floors in this elegant vintage shop — though the vibe is high-end, the prices are not. Steals include this $17 necklace, 1950s cocktail dresses for $50-$90 and a vintage Dior ball gown for $500.

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Lucy Rose
(3318 Magazine St.)
Lucy Rose is two shops in one: a furniture and home accessories shop helmed by interior designer Lindsay Laws on one side, and a women's clothing shop run by her sister Kaitlyn Alvarez on the other.

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