A feminine alternative to graceless, modern fashion.. The Scene Admit it: There's something magical about a frothy, drop-waist gown. Perhaps women are tiring of that angular Banana Republic look. Perhaps the '20s are eternally hip. Whatever the reason, Haroon's has been in business for more than 20 years, proving that women never outgrow their dress-up instincts.
Good For Brands are rather obscure (Wind River? Papillons?). But the lure is really the store itself. Haroon's two locations are indescribably elegant. Flowing gowns drape almost every inch, while glass jewelry sparkes on the countertop. Dresses are mostly vintage in design, mimicking the understated elegance of the 1920s and '30s.
Who's Buying Women without Barbie issues.
What You'll Spend Expect to spend anywhere from $50 to $200 for a dress. Jewelry is reasonably priced at about $20 a necklace.