Brazilian-born owner Thais Moses has cultivated a trendy bohemian vibe with floral-print rompers, maxi dresses, and faux-leather staples. Shelves are lined with shoes and bags, and a jewelry table features statement necklaces and local line All the Wire. Our favorite spot is the dressing area with a purple velvet couch and rustic, wood-framed changing rooms. Wine is offered all the time (mimosas on weekends), and nearly everything rings up under $70.
Milk & Honey became our one-stop shop for a head-to-toe ensemble we need to wear in a few hours. It’s an Anthropologie-esque experience on a budget.