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Shopping is a Breeze on Boerne’s Hill Country Mile

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It’s never a bad time to go shopping. And in the Texas Hill Country, the town of Boerne boasts an entire mile of vibrant small businesses that will make your shopping a breeze. Plan a day, grab your best gal pal, and lace up your running shoes because Boerne’s Hill Country Mile offers a marathon of shops tucked along just one mile.

Situated in the heart of Boerne, the Hill Country Mile officially begins at Patrick Heath Library at its north end and extends south to Oak Park Drive. Since the holidays are quickly approaching, think of Boerne’s  shopping mile as a life-sized advent calendar; each door through which you pass leads to a discovery of the special treasures stashed within each shop. And the best part about it? You can open all the doors on the same day if you wish, or spread your shopping adventure out over a few days.

Want an idea of the type of shopping you can expect on the Hill Country Mile? Check out these bustling Boerne businesses below:


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With an influx of wonderful items for the fall and winter, Celeste is bursting with an awesome collection of clothing to fit any occasion whether you are shopping for the perfect LBD (little black dress in woman speak) or a casual shirt and your new favorite pair of jeans. Choose from a wonderful selection of shoes, jewelry, handbags, and scarves to complete your new outfit. You can even buy a something special for the littles in your life with fun finds from a selection of children’s gifts. Celeste, 140 South Main Street.

Casa Decor

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If rustic style describes your taste to a Texas tee, then step inside Casa Decor for a decorator’s dream. Choose from all kinds of western and southwestern furniture including dining sets, cabinets, consoles, and bedroom furniture. And once you’re done with home furnishings, this place has a plethora of accessories to thrill any cowboy or cowgirl on your shopping list. If you or someone you know is decorating the ranch, then this place is a no-brainer. Casa Decor, 470 South Main Street.

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