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StyleNotes: La Jolla

Elevate your wardrobe, beauty routine, and home decor with key finds that exude seaside sophistication

Image Credits Ark Antiques: Photo by Vincent Knakal
Ark Antiques has a treasure trove of fine home furnishings, silver, crystal, jewelry, and objets d’art including this red art glass bowl with gold accents. Proceeds benefit animal charities. 858.459.7755, arkantiques.org
GK Fashion House is a luxury boutique on Prospect where owner Giti Kooshkani designs womenswear in the finest fabrics, both ready-to-wear and custom pieces. “Our brand focuses on delivering a sense of elegance, timelessness, and comfort through fashion,” says Kooshkani. 858.337.4146, fashionbygk.com
Mais Oui! Experience the new standalone Chanel Fragrance and Beauty Boutique at Westfield UTC, a posh place to explore scents, skincare, and makeup with guidance from the pros designed to help you master application techniques. Book a consultation or private shopping session with Chanel beauty advisers. 858.869.2306, chanel.com
This racerback silk georgette dress from Go Silk is available at Robina Apparel & Accessories on Prospect Street, La Jolla’s go-to destination for casual contemporary collections for all occasions. For 25 years, owner Robina Corson has been styling the most fashionable women in town, sharing her passion for fashion. 858.454.2964
J.McLaughlin offers classic, contemporary fashion and great accessories including colorful scarves and fun woven totes. Light cashmere sweaters will take you from cool summer nights to crisp fall days. 858.731.9338, jmclaughlin.com
Look for flowing dresses, fine leathers, and statement jewelry at Lunisol on Prospect founded by Ecuadoran-born Rosita Griffin who moved to the United States 30 years ago. Named after her three children, Lunisol is inspired by Griffin’s love of travel, family, and design. Celebrities have taken note — Gwen Stefani popped in this summer, buying a pair of casual pants imprinted with cartoon characters. 866.666.5310, lunisolofficial.com
Shimmer like a mermaid in this sequin bias cut skirt from Sigi’s Boutique on Girard Avenue, paired with an argyle patterned cashmere crew neck sweater from Kinross. Founded in 1968, the boutique offers fine European and American clothing and accessories. 858.454.7244, sigislajolla.com
The “Magic Dress” from Simple La Jolla on Prospect Street flatters figures and comes in a variety of colors. The store also stocks linen shirts for men, shorts, pants, skirts, and shoes. 858.412.4151, simplelaguna.com


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