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The Gallery at Harborplace is located in downtown Baltimore near the Inner Harbor. The Gallery is a mall with a number of fashionable stores and a food court. There are stores for a variety of tastes, such as a Pandora and a Michael Kors. There is also Brightside, a woman’s boutique which carries a wide array of brands. B’More Betty is a pre-owned luxury boutique consignment shop where you can find a number of luxury brands, such as Burberry and Chanel, at less than the original retail price.
The Brewer’s Art is not only the most fashionable place to eat in Baltimore, but the food is absolutely amazing. Brewer’s is located in downtown Baltimore and has a variety of delectable food, ranging from braised lamb neck to bourbon bread pudding. The Brewer’s Art is a lovely, quaint little place in which you’ll want to dress up and continue any fashion-forward day.
After your time at The Brewer’s Art, stroll right on through to the Hampden area of Baltimore. In this neighborhood, you will find a number of local specialty shops, local vendors, and an eccentric wine bar, 13.5% Wine Bar. This wine bar is a local hot spot in which it’s not only cool to visit, but people come just to drink wine and nibble on the small plates offered. The waitstaff can also pair a bottle of wine with your entrée perfectly, and that only enhances your experience.
The Baltimore Museum of Art is a cultural must-see for all fashion lover’s; this popular museum has an extensive collection of textiles, modern and contemporary art, and more. BMA also has beautiful sculpture gardens on its grounds that are an absolute delight to stroll through on a cool day; it’s also a perfect way to end your fashion-filled day — as general admission is free and the museum also has a restaurant, Gertrude’s, located on its grounds.