From shops popping up around town, spring collections aplenty and decadent new dining experiences, there is much to explore this month.
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Grab your mat and head to the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center for a morning of mindfulness and flow. Yoga on the Lawn is a wellness event hosted every third Sunday of the month, designed for all levels and with the purpose of relaxing your mind through the sounds and views of nature. This month features an all-star lineup of events, including daily children’s classes, fun activities for the whole family and much more. 4501 Woodway Drive, houstonarboretum.org
J. Landa’s Electric Spring Collection focuses on spirituality and full blooms—perfect timing as we enter the season ahead! Featuring healing stones including malachite, rose quartz, pyrite and turquoise, the handcarved charm collection was carefully designed to bring new energy to your everyday life. Through colorful lightning bolts and heart charms, it’s time to accessorize your look and give it a unique twist. 3264 Westheimer Road, j-landa.com
J. Landa will help get you perfectly stacked for summer. PHOTO BY BECCA WRIGHT
Peter Millar is making its debut in Highland Village. The premier American lifestyle brand offers preppy sportswear and tailored outerwear for the ultimate in classic looks. Perhaps best known for its luxury golf attire for men and women, it’s time to score a new look for the course. After all, there’s nothing like a new outfit to get you on top of your game. 4055 Westheimer Road, petermillar.com
Fegen’s carbonara bucatini is a must-try. PHOTO BY CARLA GOMEZ
Nestled in the Heights, Fegen’s is now open for brunch, lunch and dinner service. Its chef-driven menu, carefully curated by owner and Houston veteran chef Lance Fegen, features classic American fare with a unique twist—incorporating his Southern Italian roots on some of his most famous dishes. Enjoy your meal in the cozy dining room or opt for cocktails on the patio. 1050 Studewood St., fegens.com