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A new store and new mural are now at the Domain. (Austonia)

Looking for a new summer wardrobe? From men's jewelry to all things Austin FC, we've scouted out new clothing lines and more around the city.

Here's what you need to know about what's new in retail.


Kendra Scott men's collection

Jewelry entrepreneur Kendra Scott is stepping into the men's jewelry space with CEO Tom Nolan after her namesake company spent years dominating in women's jewelry. Her new line, Scott Bros. by Kendra Scott, will feature various styles of men's bracelets ranging from $68-$198.

The new line will be available on June 7, in time for Father's Day. View the collection here.

New opening: Faherty, 11700 Domain Blvd.

(Faherty)

New York family-owned apparel store Faherty has opened its doors at Domain Northside. Faherty claims to offer high-quality sustainable products from men's, women's and children's clothing to blankets.

New mural at Domain Northside

While you're shopping at the Domain, stop by the new butterfly mural at 11624 Rock Rose Ave. You might have to get in line, though, because everyone's going to want that Instagram-perfect shot.

New opening: Verde Store, Q2 Stadium

As Austin FC's official merchandise store, the Verde Store, will have five times more products than the Verde Van. (Laura Figi/Austonia)

Your one-stop shop for all things Austin FC is the newly opened Verde Store. You can pick up anything from jerseys to doggie clothes at 10414 McKalla Place every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

San Marcos Outlet virtual employee job fair

(San Marcos Premium Outlets)

Just as lots of industries are struggling to hire employees, the San Marcos Premium Outlets is hosting a mass virtual job fair from now throughout the summer to recruit applicants in its dozens of stores.

Over 60 positions are currently available, including at these stores: Valentino, Coach, Converse, Columbia Factory Store, Gap Outlet, Guess Factory, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Jimmy Choo and more. View more information here.

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