Racks full of beautiful Italian scarves (I got one priced at $50); dresses that say "I'm sophisticated, but still hip," beautiful blouses, and a section of Durham-branded awesomeness including tee-shirts emblazoned with a ham hock.
Surprisingly small, but very cute and split accordingly to merchandise about one-half clothing and one-half shoes. The back room shelves a good selection of shoes and bags. Labels? You got 'em. Joie, Graham & Spencer, Kate Spade, and Botkier.
Much bigger than it's sister store in Chapel Hill, and just as pink. Offers the same great lines (and actually around the same quantity, just more spread out) -- Theory, Trina Turk, etc. -- plus loads of jeans (mostly 7s, Citizens, Joe's, and Paige). Great accessories too -- if you're looking for more 'investment'-type pieces; pashminas priced around $40, belts at $80-$100, and a selection of jewelry.
They carry a slew of designers here -- a table full of tees including Splendid, LNA, C&C, Rebecca Taylor; jeans from J Brand, Rock & Republic, True Religion; and tops and dresses from all over the place: Diane von Furstenberg, Autumn Cashmere, la Rok, Rachel Pally. They even do shoes and accessories! It's a fashion powerhouse.
Jam-packed on two floors with cute, kitschy, fun items that run the gamut from novelty gags (eg, a slingshot that shoots plastic pigs) to one-of-a-kind designer jewelry to a mini Elvis shrine where you can leave a personal note for The King.