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Mana Culture Brings Boho Chic to the Hill Country Galleria

01.20.2017 by: Leah McGarry
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Mana Culture has just opened its newest location, now bringing affordable but eclectic finds to the Hill Country Galleria in addition to South 1st and East Austin. Sure, chains and big box stores have their place, but who doesn't love discovering a new and totally approachable boutique in their hood?

Browse through well-organized Boho styles in a comfortable, no-pressure environment.

I'll be the first to admit that I sometimes feel intimidated by certain boutiques, but Mana is anything but stuffy. I was immediately greeted by the staff, and they offered helpful information (without hovering) while I browsed.

The clothing will definitely catch your eye, but for me the real showstopper at Mana is the jewelry. Mana carries everything from dainty gemstones to statement necklaces featuring authentic druzy stones. I loved their selection of "Texas" jewelry that was anything but cheesy. Choose from hip longhorn skull necklaces, tiny Texas charms, or even a bar necklace bearing the simple inscription "Austin, Texas." No matter the occasion, Mana has the perfect gift for yourself or others!

Beautiful jewelry displays throughout the store, from tiny studs to long lariat necklaces.

Funky Texas-themed jewelry makes a perfect gift.

I especially loved the various ultra-flatering lariat style necklaces that can be worn inside or outside your shirt. They even offer unique gemstone necklaces made by a local artisan that come with a card detailing its special properties, making them a super thoughtful gift. Most of the jewelry I looked at ranged in price from a totally reasonable $28-$68.

Learn about the special qualities of these gemstone necklaces created by a local artisan.

The shop carries a good selection of Bohemian style clothing, from off-the-shoulder tops to wide leg jeans. After browsing the selection, you certainly won't feel rushed trying on your finds in their beautiful and comfortable fitting rooms. It's the type of boutique that, even though it's not exceptionally large, you somehow want to stay a while.

Linger over the stylish selections and take your time trying on your finds in the comfortable fitting rooms.

The shop also carries a small selection of home goods, including these adorable, live succulents planted in Tibetan prayer bowls, some even featuring genuine crystals. The staff said even kids enjoy coming into the shop to look around at the cool plants and colorful stones throughout the store.

We loved the display of live succulents in authentic Tibetan prayer bowls.

The Hill Country Galleria boasts its fair share of one of a kind shops, but I'm so glad that we now have Mana Culture to add to the mix. I was told that this location carries items unique to this store, so whether you've never been before or you're already a fan of the other shops, there's a new reason to head to the Galleria. Even if you can't make it to the store, Mana also offers much of their merchandise for sale online.

{Official website: Mana Culture}

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