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Anderson & Emami Spokane executives have been buying their power suits at Anderson and Emami for 30 years, making this one of the longest-standing independent boutiques in the region. Their longevity can be attributed to impeccable fitting, exceptional quality, and selection varied enough to outfit a CEO from board meetings to a day on the links. River Park Square, 814 W. Main Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 838-1652 •

Audrey's  Audrey's is a natural choice for mother-of-the-bride dresses, because it's located in a wedding center, next to Pounders Jewelry, Bridal Collections, Sweet Dreams bakery and some other wedding-related businesses. But thanks to new ownership, the bride herself might find something here, too. In addition to cruisewear and Miraclesuits, Audrey's is now also carrying up-to-the-minute fashions that younger women will appreciate as well. 3131 N. Division St. Spokane, Wash. • 324-8612 •

Bella Jezza: A Boutique Boho chic is always in style at Bella Jezza. This is where the active, free-spirited Sandpoint woman shops for beanies to wear après-ski, or flowy maxi dresses to pull on after a day of mountain biking. A new online store now offers Bella Jezza's funky style to Sandpoint shoppers, and beyond. 324 N. First Ave. Sandpoint, Idaho • 208-263-1116 •

Calamity Jane's Boutique Calamity Jane took its young, fresh take on fashion from the SoDo district to the first floor of the Flour Mill in January 2015. A great boutique alternative to Nordstrom's Brass Plum, the prices here are always reasonable and the ever-changing merchandise is always on-trend. The Flour Mill, 621 W. Mallon Ave Spokane, Wash. • 879-4265 •

Colca Andean Fashions Forget cashmere — if you want luxuriously soft cardigans, wraps and shawls, it's time to make the trek to Colca Fashions in Green Bluff. The majority of the ponchos, sweaters and hats here are made from alpaca yarn, which makes sense, because this boutique is located on a working alpaca farm. Look for Colca at the Kendall Yards Night Market, too, or shop their online site. 16229 N. Day Mt. Spokane Rd. Mead, Wash. • 475-5110 •

Cues Cues is Spokane's premium denim bar, carrying exclusive high-end brands and all the fashion-forward T-shirts, sweaters and accessories necessary to pull off a polished but effortless look. Don't skimp on accessories here. Their perfectly curated selection of necklaces, bracelets and earrings are what pulls a perfect Cues outfit together. 108 N. Washington St., Suite 104 Spokane, Wash. • 838-5837 •

Finan McDonald Finan McDonald was an adventerous bear a of a man, who set up and ran many of the first trading posts in this area back in the 1800s. The shops named in his honor carry on that sense of adventure, ready to outfit the active Inland Northwest woman or man in activewear by the likes of Chaco, Keen, Patagonia, Kuhl, North Face and more. The Coeur d'Alene Resort Plaza Shops, 210 E. Sherman Ave., #147 Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-765-4349 || 301 N. First Ave. Sandpoint, Idaho • 208-263-3622•

Finders Keepers II Designer Dress Boutique Flapper dresses are always in fashion at Finders Keepers, along with sequins, bling and anything sparkly. A popular choice for homecoming, prom, polo and Epicurean Delight, Finders Keepers keeps track of who's attending what event in what dress, so you never have to share the spotlight with a twin. 18 W. Main Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 624-1251 •

Fringe Boutique We'll admit it: We've gone out for groceries and come home with a new dress we spied in the nearby window at Fringe. This South Hill boutique and its Wandermere sister store have the stylish infinity scarves, fedoras, Kut denim and casual dresses you'd find at a store like Nordies, but at a more reasonable price point. 2622 E. 29th Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 315-8138 || 12208 N. Division St.•

Jake's Dry Dock Life is always good at Jake's Dry Dock. This cheery little shop carries the full line of Life is Good merchandise, from hats, mugs, towels and totes to T-shirts, sweatshirts, skirts and dresses. 6424 N. Government Way Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-772-3874 •

Jema Lane Jema Lane celebrated its fifth anniversary in 2015. Stylish Valley women celebrated with them, for giving them a big-box shopping alternative free of expansive parking lots, crowded rounders and impersonal customer service. Not to mention the cute styles, at exceptionally reasonable price points. 613 S. Pines Rd. Spokane Valley, Wash. • 321-2330 •

Jigsaw Why should the mannequins at Jigsaw have all the fun wearing those beautiful dresses that this Main Avenue store is known for? And while you're at it, you should probably splurge on the statement necklace that's artfully paired with it. 601 W. Main Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 835-3517 •

Katze Boutique The Katze customer is artistic. Elegant. Confident. And accustomed to wearing European-influenced fashion that looks like nothing else you'll find in Spokane. Think linen tunics with asymmetrical hemlines, gauzy ombre infinity scarves, and bold, chunky necklaces made from natural stones like amber and turquoise. 720 W. Riverside Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 838-5724 •

Lolo Boutique Lolo was bought by a new owner in 2015, and is sporting a new logo, but continues to be one of Spokane's friendliest little boutiques. Maybe it's the natural sunlight streaming in the shop windows, the laid-back fashion sense, the warm customer service, or the $25 sale rack. Whatever it is, it's retail therapy at its best. 319 W. Second Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 747-2867 •

Lucky Monkey Trading Co. Coeur d'Alene's Lucky Monkey boasts an impressive inventory of smart-ass T-shirts, flasks, soaps and candles, and global fashion like upcycled saris and Thai silver. 412 E. Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-664-9096 •

Marmalade Fresh Clothing The secret is out. Until Marmalade's recent move to a prominent location on Coeur d'Alene's main drag, it was the best-kept secret of stylish, in-the-know locals. Fortunately, there's room for everyone in this significantly larger shop. Everyone from teenagers to their well-heeled moms can find something here that's on-trend with what you'll see in your most recent edition of InStyle magazine. 308 E. Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-819-9455 •

Pedro's at the Panida Theatre If the best part of winter to you is pulling on a cozy sweater, then a visit to Pedro's is in order. This Sandpoint gem specializes in meticulously crafted sweaters, hats and gloves, all made from natural, often exotic yarn including cashmere, alpaca, mohair, yak yarn and New Zealand possum yarn. Statement necklaces, lighter sweaters and scarves have you covered in the summer months. 223 N. First Ave. Sandpoint, Idaho • 208-263-6200 •

Swank Boutique Sexy. Edgy. Playful. Swank. Where chic college co-eds (and some of their more fashion-forward, adventurous mothers) shop for rompers, goddess maxi dresses, distressed denim, felt hats, shredded-back concert tees, trucker hats, booties and cocktail dresses. 4727 N. Division St. Spokane, Wash. • 468-1839 •

Tangerine Shopping at Tangerine is a sure thing. From cocktail dresses to layering tees, the clothing and jewelry here is on par with the design and quality you'd expect from Nordstrom. But you can rest assured you won't spot four other women in Spokane sporting the same getup. 1019 W. First Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 624-2242 •

Thrux Lawrence If Hemingway were alive today, he'd have a Thrux Lawrence messenger bag thrown over his shoulder, and one of their Bulwark belts around his waist. This Coeur d'Alene haberdashery and leather-goods shop produces their own line of handmade, high-quality leather and canvas bags, belts and pants, all inspired by Americana and vintage menswear. The end result is deliciously rugged and masculine. 206 N. 3rd St. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-661-3009 •

Tiffany Blue Be warned: It can get expensive to follow Tiffany Blue on Facebook. While the prices are approachable, or at least on par with what you'd pay for Uggs, TOMS or Hudson jeans at a department store, the complete looks they post on a daily basis are tough to resist and may result in impulsive shopping binges. But if you follow them on Facebook, you'll also be in the loop for flash sales, with prices discounted 40 to 75 percent. 404 Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-765-2583 || 2027 Main St., Riverstone Village • 208-292-4543•

Velvet Hanger Velvet Hanger has big-city style, without the pretentious, judgmental customer service you often get in a swanky urban boutique. You'll be drawn to the denim wall, as well as the trendiest bohemian-inspired clothing. Locally crafted hair accessories, hot shoes and Frye boots reign. 413 E. Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-664-6461 •

Vivo Racks of trendy clothes go from floor to ceiling, and jeans with bedazzled pockets are stacked high at Vivo. From casual getups to flirty dresses, everything is very affordable and designed to appeal to the trendy teenager or college student. Shop their clearance center on Sunset Avenue in Coeur d'Alene for truly ridiculous deals, like racks of dresses all marked under $3. Or entire outfits, accessorized with jewelry, for under $12. 311 E. Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-758-0478 || Spokane Valley Mall, 14700 E. Indiana Ave. Spokane Valley, Wash. • 315-2296 || NorthTown Mall, 4750 N. Division St. Spokane, Wash. • 795-5405 || 296 W. Sunset Ave. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-758-0458 || River Park Square, 808 W. Main Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 850-3879 •

White Lavender The newest addition to a charming cluster of stores at Steamplant Square, White Lavender is a feminine little shop, full of white cotton slip dresses, lace tank tops and the denim jackets, scarves and accessories required to pull together a complete look. Candles, vintage potting benches, woven baskets and an assortment of table linens are also on hand to feather your nest. Steam Plant Square, 159 S. Lincoln St. Spokane, Wash. • 290-6191 •

Zany Zebra The Zany Zebra doesn't take itself too seriously. The fashion is fun and casual, and the Zany Zebra woman isn't afraid to wear a little bling on her butt. In addition to convertible skirts, tanks and dresses, they also sell the occasional yodeling pickle, flasks with smart-ass sayings and Dammit Dolls. 317 N. First Ave. Sandpoint, Idaho • 208-263-2178 •

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