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Street Style: 300-700 Chartres St.

Strolling down Chartres Street to Jackson Square? Don't pass these spots by

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PHOTO COURTESY JOSE BALLI
  • Photo courtesy Jose Balli

Jose Balli (621 Chartres St.)
Alligators, pelicans and fleur-de-lis pieces are cast in silver via wax mold by the eponymous designer, who also painted the art and built the display cases in this airy jewelry shop.

PHOTO BY CHERYL GERBER
  • Photo by Cheryl Gerber

Hemline (609 Chartres St.)
Bright colors, lace, jumpsuits and denim are the major spring trends you'll find at this stalwart women's contemporary boutique — and the vibe is "really bohemian, always," one sales associate says.

PHOTO BY CHERYL GERBER
  • Photo by Cheryl Gerber

New Orleans Pharmacy Museum(514 Chartres St.)
Gris-gris potions, opium-soaked tampons, hand-blown apothecary bottles and other medical artifacts are on display in this former pharmacy. But not all is macabre: the 19th-century building and courtyard is elegant enough to serve as an events space.

PHOTO BY CHERYL GERBER
  • Photo by Cheryl Gerber

UAL (518 Chartres St.)
Frugal fashionistas rejoice over the couture finds at this designer apparel liquidator. A $10 sale rack, pink high-top sneakers by Supra and Steve Alan menswear are among the recent  finds.

PHOTO BY CHERYL GERBER
  • Photo by Cheryl Gerber

Hove Parfumeur (434 Chartres St.)
For 90 years, this perfumery has offended unique scents from azalea to vetiver — all created on the premises. Perfumes from the 1920s, '30s and '40s are for sale, along with French milled soap, embroidered linen and other sundries.

PHOTO BY CHERYL GERBER
  • Photo by Cheryl Gerber

SoBou (310 Chartres St.)
Louisiana-centric small plates and craft cocktails are offered in a sleek, luminous setting — what better way to wrap up a shopping trip?

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