Dec. 9, 2016

Best Local Women's Boutique 2008

Because It’s Not OK to Wear Sweatpants in Public

July 24, 2008, 12:00 am
1 Dust in the Wind
131 E. Palace Ave.

It takes guts to bring modern style to a 400-year-old building; Dust in the Wind owner Yasmine Amir-Moez has guts—and style—in abundance. DTW, a multi-label store in historic Sena Plaza, carries tons of items for the ultra-stylish fashionista in all of us. “We make girls out of women,” Amir-Moez says. Jeans from Seven For All Mankind and Miss Sixty, jewelry from Chanel, shoes from Seychelles and Hunter, as well as clothing from Just Cavalli by Roberto Cavalli, are just a few of the names you’ll see dangling from the racks at this chock-full shop. Amir-Moez aims to carry clothes that are flattering, basic and functional, and she can dress a woman for any occasion; jersey tank tops hang right across the room from formal satin dresses. “I didn’t want to do the same thing as the other little stores in Santa Fe,” Amir-Moez says of her eclectic mix of styles. Her aim is dead-on, and DTW remains a favorite.

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328 Montezuma Ave.

3 Maya
108 Galisteo St.


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