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Midtown Shopping Guide 

While Midtown is recognized for its award-winning hospitals, this centrally-located area of Little Rock, offers visitors some of the country's most famous name brands—Pottery Barn, Ann Taylor, Dillard's, Williams Sonoma and more. Here are a few of the shopping opportunities available nearby.

PARK PLAZA
6000 W. Markham St:

ABERCROMBIE & FITCH
Vintage inspired at times, but always hip clothing and more. 663.8001

ANN TAYLOR
Sophisticated career and casual separates, dresses, shoes and accessories. 663.9571

BANANA REPUBLIC
Affordable high-quality apparel and accessories. 280.0330

COLDWATER CREEK
Some of the most unique collections of women's apparel and accessories in the marketplace. 614.3088

DILLARD'S
One of the nation's largest apparel and home furnishing retailers, offering a broad selection of merchandise. 661.0053

EDDIE BAUER
Sportswear, casual active wear and outerwear. 660.4555

GAP
Clothing, accessories and personal care products for men and women. 664.4699

HOLLISTER CO.
Classic, casual apparel for customers of all ages who think young. 603.0724

THE LIMITED
Sophisticated, feminine style for the modern fashion-forward woman. 661.9934

VICTORIA'S SECRET
Glamorous lingerie, with a hint of romance. Also signature fragrances and gifts.

MIDTOWNE LITTLE ROCK
The Corner of University and Markham:

ALFRED ANGELO
A leader in wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses. 664-1200

ANN TAYLOR LOFT
Young and fresh looks abound within the fashionable environs of Ann Taylor LOFT, and best of all it's affordable. 664-0541

CHICO'S
Known for their unique, private-label designs, as well as their commitment to customer service. 558-3030

EVOLVE
The next evolution in men's clothing—for fashion-forward guys who want a bit of edge. 661-0644

FRANCESCA'S COLLECTIONS
The latest in women's fashions, accessories, and gifts. 660-4203

J. JILL
Clothes designed for women of all ages with a relaxed style. 614-1056

JOS A. BANK
Men's fashion— classic, tailored and elegant. 614-9487

JUSTICE
Popular and trendy clothing for little girls in the know. 663-3675

POTTERY BARN
National chain offering comfortable and stylish furniture and home accessories. 663-0181

THE CHILDREN'S PLACE
Catering to the 10 and under crowd, this store is perfect for trendy kids with thrifty parents. 280-9116

THE CONTAINER STORE
original storage and organization store, with more than 10,000 products. 660-7828

WHITE HOUSE/ BLACK MARKET
Contemporary women's clothing in ivory, white or black as the name says. One of 300 stores nationwide. 664-2711

WILLIAMS-SONOMA
Specializing in the highest-quality cookware. 663-3019

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