Introducing Richly Clad….Houston’s Newest (and Coolest) Boutique


What if I told you there’s a new boutique in town that exceeds the cool factor? Richly Clad recently opened its doors at 2705 Bammel Lane in the heart of Upper Kirby. Owners Kahia Perry and Cara Carbajal are known style makers in Houston, so when they joined forces to open a boutique of their own, excitement ensued.


Richly Clad is not only full of stylish, cool girl apparel and accessories, but the decor is absolutely gorgeous, as well – modern meets rustic in the most fabulous way. And bonus: everything in the store is, essentially, for sale. You want the table? You can buy it! The couch, too? No problem!


Even the bathroom permeates a cool factor. From banana leaf wallpaper to a naked Kate Moss print, the bathroom is seriously on point (and I kind of want to redecorate my bathroom at home to look like this one).


The store is full of a lot of not as well known designers and brands (which I personally LOVE), such as LACAUSA Clothing and Jakett New York, and, of course, some you have likely heard of, such as LNA,  as well as local designers, such as Brass Thread. The assortment is so well curated, offering a variety of price points.




The grand opening party was this past Thursday night, and it was a packed house. They had quite the turn out, and for good reason. It looks like I’m not the only one in town who is SO excited Richly Clad has opened its doors.


Cara (left) and Kahia (right) have opened what might be my new favorite store, and I’m so excited for Houston to see what Richly Clad is all about.

About Julie Weinstein

Julie Weinstein started in the fashion industry during her college years. She interned at IMG in their models division, while working at Mercedes-Benz fashion week one season. She also spent a few summers at the well-known retailers, Intermix and LF Stores. As soon as she graduated from Lasell College, she dove right into her fashion career. Julie started on the buying team at J.Jill, based in Quincy, MA. Her love of New York City brought her back to work at Oscar de la Renta in their wholesale division. From there, she started working for supermodel and philanthropist Petra Nemcova and her company Be The Light New York, where she was Head of Operations, handling everything from logistics to social media to marketing and more. Julie started her own digital studio, LJ Creative House, in January of 2015, where she manages social media, digital marketing, and blogging for brands and companies. She also continues to run her own fashion and lifestyle blog, from prosecco to plaid, while holding the position of Managing Editor for My Red Glasses.

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