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Discover what’s going on at Scout & Molly’s! Find the latest fashions for the season, stay on top of the hottest trends, and learn new style tips and tricks to keep you looking great. Check back often to see what’s up!

How to Wear an Oversized Sweater in San Antonio

Nothing reads cozy comfort like a trusty oversized sweater, and when styled just right, it can lend itself to many styles. Try these 9 styling ideas to make this trend your own.

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2020 Fashion New Year’s Resolutions

So here we are at that time again where the holidays are behind us and a new year is freshly upon us. With seemingly endless possibilities of the goals and tasks that we would like to set for ourselves, we begin to make resolutions, hoping that this year will be the year that we succeed […]

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Jack by BB Dakota

We are proud to welcome Jack by BB Dakota to our Scout and Molly’s boutique store in San Antonio, TX! Part of our Spring 2020 collection, Jack features feminine and flirty pieces that fit in effortlessly with the rest of your wardrobe. The Vegan Leather Jacket has a washed look with an asymmetrical zip closure […]

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Trend Alert: Thermals

Welcome to almost Spring! We hope everyone had a spectacular holiday season and a great start to the new year! Like many of you, we look in our closets and get confused about what to wear during this transitional weather period. It can be difficult to find pieces that keep us warm during the 45-degree […]

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Holiday 2019 Gift Guide: Worthwrite Goods- City Maps

These gorgeous, calligraphy maps make a fantastically unique gift for anyone on your list! From dorm room decor to great mantle accents, Worthwrite Goods made sure to incorporate landmarks and suburban areas that make the cities special. We have two sizes in store, 11in x 14in or 8in x 10in in all three cities featured. […]

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