ADAM ARNOLD STUDIO
727 SW Morrison, 234-1376, adam-arnold.com
Portland's premier tailor, Adam Arnold's line for men and women is available for perusal by appointment, and the majority of his output is through custom order.
3753 N Mississippi, 542-0888
An eclectic mix of vintage and new clothing and accessories for men and women, you'll find the locally made rubbing up against the thrifted, and everything in between.
624 E Burnside, 234-2807
It's a salon, a part-time vintage store, and a studio—this multipurpose destination showcases the work of its revolving lineup of artisans, as well as offering some of the most stylish hair care in town.
811 E Burnside, 233-3189, denwave.com
Co-owned by Genevieve Dellinger and Hazel Cox, this highly regarded store's selection of men's and women's wear includes Cox's line of jewelry and accessories and Dellinger's apparel.
DONNA & TOOTS
1631 NE Alberta, 241-5570, donnaandtoots.com
This women's apparel boutique boasts its own in-house line of clothing and purses.
1740 SE Hawthorne, 234-5459, dragonlily.org
With an emphasis on dresses and jewelry, this shop specifically features the local and independent.
226 SE Madison, 281-6648, duchessclothier.com
By appointment only, Seyta Selter's Duchess provides custom suits and other apparel based on historic design patterns for men and women.
THE ENGLISH DEPT.
1124 SW Alder, 224-0724, theenglishdept.com
Co-owner and longtime designer Elizabeth Dye mixes in feminine pieces from her eponymous line along with international women's wear and a bridal section.
3948 N Mississippi, 288-1649, flutterclutter.com
As of next month, this shop, crammed with fantastic antiques and found objects, will also house a retail space for Julia Barbee's line Frocky Jack Morgan.
FOUNDATION GARMENTS, INC.
2712 NE Alberta, 282-2763, foundationgarmentsinc.com
Featuring independent, ethically produced clothing and accessories for men and women, many of which are local.
1439 NE Alberta, 595-0379, frockboutique.com
A store specializing in a mix of locally made and vintage clothing, you'll find a large selection of jewelry in addition to the apparel offerings.
4136 SE Hawthorne, 232-7449, garmentboutique.com
A store filled with designs that are almost totally produced in Portland.
1524 NE Alberta, 282-3200, garnishapparel.com
The home of Erica Lurie's Garnish line of women's wear, as well as in-house jewelry.
GILT VINTAGE JEWELRY
720 NW 23rd, 226-0629
Amid the beautiful vintage finds are locally made pieces in the store that has become stop number one for hipster engagement rings.
8005 SE 13th, 236-3999, thegreenloop.com
Known far outside of Portland for its online store, one of the pioneering retail outlets to have a specific focus on environmentally friendly products.
3966 N Mississippi, 234-9799, gypsychiconline.com
A store that exudes the air of globetrotting bohemianism, with several lines including Gypsy, designed in-house.
2431 NW Thurman, 922-1797, hecklewood.com
A focus on screenprinted Ts and sweatshirts for men and women has expanded to more sophisticated designs, including jackets, accessories, and bags.
1600 NE Alberta, 477-6818, idomdesigns.com
An exciting new arrival to the Northwest, Modi Soondarotok's IDOM line shares space with an international mix of clothing and accessories from the world over.
815 SW Alder, 228-5844, johnnysole.net
Originally a shoes-only affair, this downtown mainstay's second floor has been taken over by a range of denim and sportswear for men and women.
3418 SE Hawthorne, 230-8119
A festive women's clothing store with over half of the merchandise sourced from local talent.
LIZA RIETZ AND A BROKEN SPOKE
2305 NW Savier, 459-4292
Two local designers, Liza Rietz and John Blasioli (a broken spoke) have joined up to open this showroom/boutique/studio space, where both men and women can try on the wares of two modern Portland designers for size, make custom orders, or buy off the rack.
3556 SE Hawthorne, 963-8200, local35.com
Spot the occasional local accessory amid the rows of wearable indie styles for men and women.
MABEL & ZORA
1468 NE Alberta, 335-6169, mabelandzora.com
This shop accents its inventory of women's clothing in a range of friendly prices with jewelry and accessories from local artists.
916 NW Flanders, 227-2971, michelledecourcy.com
Home to Michelle DeCourcy's eponymous line of women's clothing.
4314 SE Hawthorne, 232-3500, shopmink.com
A women's boutique focusing on independent designers, including a few of the local variety.
1225 NW Everett, 227-8530
Based in Canada, this addition to Portland's retail market is most welcome. Among its treasures (which include clothing for men, women, and children, as well as small housewares, gifts, books, and more) are the designs of Portland transplant Rachel Gorenstein's line, Rachel Mara.
2400 E Burnside, 296-6943, moxiepdx.com
A large and varied selection of women's wear, jewelry, and accessories, including many that are designed in Portland.
Bridgeport Village, 7457 Bridgeport, Tigard, 619-0589, nau.com
Though its suburban storefront is off-putting to most urban Portland dwellers, part of Nau's eco-minded business plan emphasizes purchasing their non-dorky outdoorsy wear online. Plus, there are plans for an in-town store coming soon.
404 NW 10th, Ste 100, 224-9337, oliveshoes.com
In addition to their wealth of women's shoes, check out locally made bags.
3962 N Mississippi, 890-0715, phloxpdx.com
A ladylike boutique that includes looks from owner Barbara Seipp.
1124 NW Lovejoy, 224-5425, physicalelement.com
A boutique focusing on clothing that can do double duty as both workout wear and street fashion. Features mostly independent lines, including some locals.
3705 N Mississippi, 281-1572, pin-me-apparel.com
A ladies' boutique with a smattering of local goods.
515 SW Broadway, 796-9385, pinkhammillinery.com
Tucked away in a subtle downtown location, Dayna Pinkham has designed beautiful hats for both men and women for over 20 years. From casual caps to exquisite showpieces, customers can buy pre-made hats or custom order.
POPPI SWIM & SPORT
4831 NE 42nd, 282-5159, poppiswim.com
This specialty swimwear store features the work of Pamela Levenson, who produces swimsuits for women based on the styles of the '40s and '50s. Choose styles off the rack or by custom order.
811 E Burnside, 231-7336, reduxpdx.com
A jewelry store that specializes in pieces that have been repurposed from found materials, this is a great spot to check out the work of recycling innovators near and far.
915 N Shaver, 223-3592; 806 NW 23rd, 445-0004, sameunderneath.com
One of the first Portland design firms to latch on to the idea of using bamboo fibers in their sportswear designs for men and women.
1010 SW Morrison, 223-1282, saysayboutique.com
A girly shopping spot with some local names nested among the accessories selection.
827 NW 23rd, 234-2409, e-seaplane.com
One the unofficial headquarters of all things Portland fashion design, the store remains one of the most important destinations in any Portland shopping experience.
4623 NE Fremont, 445-2006, sofada.com
Home to Alice Dobson's Sofada women's wear line.
1313 NE Fremont, 288-5883, sofiaportland.com
Specializing in European women's lines, this store also carries select locally made jewelry and accessories.
1033 NW Couch, 222-7653
Mainly selling shoes and bags, this spot also has a selection of jewelry from artisans in the Pacific Northwest.
807 NW 23rd, 525-0043, souchi.com
Although the merchandise is rounded out by covetable up-and-coming designer lines, the real star of this boutique is Suzi Johnson's Souchi line of year-round cashmere pieces, from summer bikinis to winter sweater coats.
7919 SE 13th, 234-9600, tildeshop.com
A small, bright, and colorful store hosting accessories and housewares made by small artists.
5935 SE Division, 922-2084
A lots of easy-going women's clothing in cozy fabrics, plus jewelry and accessories.
2802 SE Ankeny, 235-2326, una-myheartisfull.com
This women's clothing shop is populated by pieces from around the world, including the occasional carefully selected local pieces, from jewelry to dresses to shoes.
2023 NE MLK, 287-4242, unionrosepdx.com
A tiny shop with jewelry, baby goods, and women's apparel. Most of the merchandise is one of a kind or very limited.