"all things lovely"
dresses, jewelry, accessories, shoes and gifts all displayed in and around antiques. this little shop has a variety of pretty things to tempt you.
Established in 1999
Barefoot Contessa started as a small shop on Main street but quickly grew and expended in that space to it's present size. Commercial Drive location followed a few years later and most... more
Not to be confused with the famous foodie Ina Garten, owner, actress and local fashion icon Eva de Vivieros lives a life charmed by design, with a distinctly shabby chic aesthetic that everyone seems to want to share. Like the newer Commercial Drive store, the expanded Main Street shop sells clothing, accessories, selected antiques and home decor. Luxuries for bed, babies and pets make great... more
Owner Eva de Viveiros doubled our pleasure when she expanded her Barefoot Contessa boutique and gave us more of what we love: Michael Kors, Nougat and Blushing Designs. The shoe selection has also expanded as has everything fab for Fido (capelets from Ruff Ruff, tees from Dirty Laundry). Retro jewelry and romantic ephemera look straight out of the shop’s namesake, a 1954 Hollywood film starring... more
Really cute place. I always find something fun to take home. Staff are lovely and helpful too.
A girly girl's dream! Tons of adorable dresses at relatively reasonable prices (everything I ever look at seems to be $79), perfect if you're looking for something to wear to a summer wedding or other semi-formal occasion. Really, I wish I had more excuses to dress up! This is also a great place to purchase gifts as they have tons of cute jewelry at a variety of price points - from $10 - $100+.... more
Barefoot Contessa offers these services: clothing, woman, women's, women's clothing.
This east side vintage store's motto encourages women to "live elegantly without going broke." If you're a woman who likes to dress glamorously 24/7, this is your boutique. There's more than just clothes here, though. Items as diverse as imported French soaps, families of rubber ducks, and piles of retro linens can be purchased. The store is a celebration of pin-up girl vintage mixed with a... more