8 Women

3614 SE Hawthorne, 236-8878

The Portland Committee on Community-Engaged Policing (PCCEP) is seeking new applicants!
We create recommendations to improve police practices. Seeking Black, Indigenous, LGBTQIA+, and those living with mental illness and/or houselessness.

This lingerie-oriented store stocks lingerie, sleepwear, and loungewear for women of all ages, plus handbags and jewelry from local creators.

Alteration Nation

3953 SE Hawthorne, 234-2045

Specializes in goth, fetish, punk, and industrial gear, like sky-high industrial metal-plate platform boots by Demonia, as well as corsets, body jewelry, and vinyl.

Amalee Boutique

909 N Beech, Ste. A, 282-2118

Opening next month, Amalee joins the growing clutch of boutiques that have made N Mississippi a shopping destination. Inspired by classic looks as well as a dollop of eclecticism, expect to see pieces from new lines like Kkoni, Virginia Castaway, Smitten, and Orion, as well as more familiar names like Scrapbook, Renee Bardot, Matty M, and Kersh.

Amenity Shoes

3430 NE 41st, 282-4555

A women's shoe boutique featuring several lines including Pikolinos, Camper, and Keen. They also emphasize independent jewelry and bag designers like Queen Bee, Ida Green, and Ellington. With the goal of finding a happy medium between style and comfort, even the pumps are friendly to your feet.


300 SW Stark, 224-5130

This clothing shop has a variety of styles such as skirts and dresses from Nougat, casual attire from French Connection, edgier clothing from Custo Barcelona, and lingerie from Hush Hush. Plus, they have an assortment of belts, hats, scarves, and shawls.


410 SW Oak, 224-7156

Wonderfully cluttered, well-selected vintage and antique treasures. A downtown staple, especially for men seeking vintage suits from high-end designers like Versace, as well as other high-quality (and high-end) manufacturers


2285 NW Johnson, 222-4848

This shop features 42 denim brands for men and women, including Cheap Monday, Chip & Pepper, Earnest Sewn, J-Brand, Joe's Jeans, Loomstate, Paper Denim and Cloth, and Tsubi. You'll also find high-end urban casual wear, with lots of jackets, T-shirts, and other layering pieces.


3753 N Mississippi, 542-0888

A kicky, youthful boutique mixing accessible trendy pieces, higher-end local designs, sneakers from Vans, and a bit of selected vintage.

Bubble Boutique

1238 NW Glisan, 219-0098

Carrying small, European lines, this little gem highlights well-tailored dresses for women by Paul & Jo, Manoush, and others. Additionally, lingerie from Brazil and well-priced, feminine jewelry.

Support The Portland Mercury

Burnside Proper

624 E Burnside, 234-2807

Part hair salon, part studio, Burnside Proper has been home to a number of local creative types. Stop by to see the current lineup, including Tatiana Sakurai's Hubris & Sophrosyne line of jewelry, as well as the "Daylight Savings" vintage sales held out back each weekend.

Decades Vintage

328 SW Stark, 223-1177

Vintage for men and women, including a great selection of costume jewelry, lots of general bling, and a ton of never-worn eyewear.


811 E Burnside, 233-3189

Carries the work of co-owners Hazel Cox (jewelry and accessories) and Genevieve Dellinger (apparel), as well as a growing number of lines for men that are stylish, well tailored, and removed from the conventional skate-inspired fare.

Donna & Toots

1631 NE Alberta, 241-5570

This store carries their own line of women's clothing, creates purses in-house, and stocks lines of fun hosiery.


1740 SE Hawthorne, 234-5459

A store that carries mostly all local designers, including those of the co-owners, Ipseity and Dervish. Also look for jewelry and apparel by Suzabelle, WeMa, Nora Catherine, Passionflower, and many more.


226 SE Madison, 281-6648

Seyta Selter, former proprietess of vintage-inspired clothing store Duchess, has relocated to a studio in the AudioCinema building, where she is continuing the venture of making made-to-measure suits from vintage patterns, by appointment only.

Elizabeth Street

635 NW 23rd, 243-2456

High-end women's clothing, including Diesel and Tory Burch.


600 NW 23rd, 295-7959

Contemporary, trendy, and almost entirely vegan selections of shoes, bags, hats, and other accessories.

Foundation Garments

2712 NE Alberta, 282-2763

A store focusing exclusively on independent designers catering to both men and women, including Kitchen Orange and Troy Linden.


1439 NE Alberta, 595-0379

A nearly even mix of selected vintage and local designs, including a huge selection of bright, fun jewelry, all in a new home down the street from the previous location.

Galore Department Store

823 NW 23rd, 279-8946

A trendy woman's clothing store, featuring lines like Spicy Girl and Plastic Den.

Garnish Apparel

1524 NE Alberta, 282-3200

A showcase for Garment Apparel, the line designed by owner Erica Platt, as well as locally designed jewelry.


4136 SE Hawthorne, 232-7449

A treasure trove of local designs, look for names like Sofada, She-She, DarBeka, Midgewear, and hand-painted shoes by Bonnie Heart Clyde.

Gilt Vintage Jewelry

720 NW 23rd, 226-0629

Stocking both vintage and locally made jewelry, Gilt is also the place to go for diamond engagement rings: Select from within a price range of $20 all the way up to $6,000!

Gypsy Chic

3966 N Mississippi, 234-9779

This quirky shop carries the Gypsy line, made by Thai Rasta, as well as the new, higher-end GCB line. Committed to fair labor and production practices, the boutique also offers a limited supply of men's clothing, in addition to knickknacks, jewelry, and more.

Halo Shoes

1425 NE Broadway, 331-0366

The ultimate place to go when you're looking to invest in some gorgeous footwear, this Northeast shoe store carries a range of men's and women's styles from lines like Cydwoq, Dries Van Noten, Calleen Cordero, Vialis, Costume National, Chie Mihara, and more.


2431 NW Thurman, 922-1797

Hecklewood specializes in street wear, including its own in-house line, plus limited-edition extras.

Hollywood Vintage

2800 NE Sandy, 233-1890

Men's vintage apparel and accessories from all eras, plus an impressive array of rhinestone jewelry that includes the biggest selection of tiaras in town.

Hot Box Betty

1623 NE 15th, 288-1189

Catering to both men and women Hot Box Betty carries clothes, shoes, and accessories for the contemporary shopper: Gsus, Ben Sherman, or Modern Amusement for the guys, Crash & Burn, La Rok, and more for the gals.

Imelda's and Louie's Shoes

3426 SE Hawthorne, 233-7476; 935 NW Everett, 595-4970

Giraudon, Accessoire, Terra Plana, and Kenneth Cole New York all make appearances on the Westside, and on the Eastside, Tsubo and Lundi Bleu are popular, while both sport Faryl Robin, M by Morena Tom, Earth Shoes, Gola, and Frye. Also independent lines of accessories, like Hobo (handbags), and Acme Made (laptop computer bags), and jewelry from Alexis Bittar, Four Seasons, and Wasabi.


616 NW 23rd, 223-4373

Trendy clothes from Jump, Do and Be, and Kitty for girls, and English Laundry, Johnny Mack's, and Toku for the boys.

Ivy Studio

800 E Burnside, 231-7400

In addition to cool cameras, books, records, and posters, Ivy Studio has its own line, catering not just to tourists and bands who crash and play at the Jupiter Hotel/Doug Fir complex it's a part of.

Jane's Vanity

521 SW Broadway, 241-3860

Among the high-end European lingerie, you will also find the greatest hosiery line ever created: Wolford!

Johnny Sole

815 SW Alder, 228-5844

Downtown shoe store carrying casual, fancy, and tough lines for both men (Mark Nason, Camper, Destroy) and women (Alberto Fermani, Frye, Camper). They also carry men's and women's clothing from lines like Brown Sound and Sameunderneath.

Just Be Toys

107 NW 5th, 796-2733

A source for the latest imported Japanese street wear and accessories plus gear from Stüssy, Jeff Staple Design, 10 Deep, Adidas, Gama-Go, and exclusive edition Nikes and Converse.

Keep 'Em Flying

510 NW 21st, 221-0601

Men's and women's vintage and cannibalized vintage wear.

Lady Luck Vintage

2742 E Burnside, 233-4041

A goldmine of well-selected garments from the past, including a hearty selection of vintage shoes, evening wear from evening gowns to prom dresses, '70s shirts and suits for guys, and sundresses for the daytime.

Le Rouge

3418 SE Hawthorne, 230-8119

Over half of this shop's labels are local and independent designers, such as the fanciful and incredible one-of-a-kind creations by Gibbous.

Le Train Bleu

748 NW 11th, 343-5140

No longer just an online entity, Le Train Bleu supplies covetables to Portland women from lines like Development, Lover, Bi La Li, Vena Cava, 12th St. by Cynthia Vincent, and more.


2415 NE Broadway, 281-4090

The latest fashions from Nike, Adidas, Alife, LRG, and UNDRCRWN, just to name a few, as well as men's street wear.

Lille Boutique

1007 E Burnside, 232-0333

Your new favorite lingerie destination, featuring Dessous, Araks, and many more, as well as bath products and antique furniture.


3556 SE Hawthorne, 963-8200

Featuring super-wearable designs from WeSC (Swedish snowboard line turned street wear for men and women), Rxmance (havndmade screenprinted Ts), plus other lines like OK47, Modern Amusement, Brown Sound, Kim Jones, and J. Lindeberg.

Mabel & Zora

1468 NE Alberta, 335-6169

Named for two loveable cats, this little boutique's style was inspired by Doris Day and an era of friendly, quality service. Featuring Sweet Pea, French Connection, and Tulle garments, they also carry Manuel Luggage and jewelry from area designers.


520 SW 9th, 220-0920

Vintage store also hosting new designs from She-Bible, House of Spy, and more.

Maloy's Jewelry Workshop

717 SW 10th, 223-4720

Fine estate and antique jewelry, including engagement and wedding rings, as well as custom design and expert jewelry restoration.


1411 NE Broadway, 287-5414

This sophisticated shop on budding Broadway's shopping strip has Tracy Reese (funky dress wear), Rozae Nichols (original, handmade skirts, tops, and dresses), Only Hearts (lacy, stretchy tops), Anna Sui (beautiful fabric, bohemian), and Twin-Set (Italian bohemian).

Mimi & Lena

1914 NE Broadway, 224-7736

Diane Von Furstenberg alongside other classy lines like Rebecca Taylor, Nicole Miller, and contemporary bridal accoutrements.


2400 E Burnside, 296-6943

A huge selection of from here and away, including FANDORA, Lifetime, Industry, and many more.


Bridgeport Village, 7455 Bridgeport, Tigard, 619-0589

While a bit of a hike off the urban grid, PDX city dwellers need only visit the store once to determine sizing, then order from home at nau.com to get Portland's next generation of active wear: sustainably minded, and high tech without screaming "Oregon."


923 NW 10th, 274-7114

Currently boasting about 100 styles and washes of denim for men and women (including "it" jean of the year, Proportion of Blu), plus lines Mike & Chris, the company that revolutionized the hoodie. Men will find looks from John Varvatos.

Oddball/Baddoll Shoes

1639 NW Marshall, 827-7800 (Oddball), 525-2202 (Baddoll)

Stocked with designs from PF Flyers, Modern Amusement, Vans, Irregular Choice, and more, this is also the premier place for men with particularly large foot sizes to find a good selection.


410 SW 13th, 223-1998

An airy, high-end shop carrying lines like Mayle, as well as big names like Daryl K, Anna Cohen, and recycled plastic sandals from Melissa Shoes.

Oh Baby

722 NW 23rd, 274-4190; 1811 NE Broadway, 281-7430

This cheerful, customer service oriented boutique is of particular interest to women who need a bra that actually does something besides look pretty—Oh Baby's fitting experts will lift your spirits along with your bosoms in this regard. Also prone to inviting their customer to fashion events involving treats from chocolates to tequila, this sotre is always goo to keep in mind, whether you're looking to sexy it out to there, or just need to pick up some decent boob tape.

Olive Shoes

404 NW 10th, Ste. 100, 224-9337

A small but mighty selection of women's shoes, including Eileen Shields, Georgina Goodman, and Repetto. Also not to be missed are locally made leather bags from Rush, and hats by Tracy Watts.

pedX Shoe Shangri-la

2230 NE Alberta, 460-0760

Cute little store full of funky shoes from lines like Camper, Frye, Tsubo, Hispanitas, Kenneth Cole, Pink, Cydwoq, and Lisa Nading.


3962 N Mississippi, 284-1264

A ladylike, grown-up girly boutique for lines like Corey Lynn Calter, Tibi, and Three Dots.

Physical Element

1124 NW Lovejoy, 224-5425

This shop merges active wear and everyday apparel. One of their best sellers is Cop.Copine (asymmetrical, interesting designs).

Pin Me Apparel

3705 N Mississippi, 281-1572

This shop offers accommodating styles (sizes ranging from 0-16), with a focus on smaller designers such as Hype and Zoom, plus a selection of shoes, bags, and jewelry.

Pinkham Millinery

515 SW Broadway, 796-9385

Your place for men and women's straw hats. Made on site, this working studio boutique carries items that are classic, sleek, and sexy.

Poppi Swim

4831 NE 42nd, 282-5159

A swimwear store selling flattering, retro-inspired designs, in both one- and two-piece options—either off the rack or by custom order.

Ray's Ragtime

1001 SW Morrison, 226-2616

One of the best vintage spots downtown, with plenty of cowboy shirts, Western boots and accessories, prom dresses, and rock T-shirts to choose from. While the store's founder has a background in costuming for film and theater, likewise the store is a surefire choice when you're looking for the perfect accents on a costume or otherwise want to channel a character.

Red Light Clothing Exchange

3590 SE Hawthorne, 963-8888; 1111 SW Stark, 294-0800

Vintage clothing paradise that also features newer stuff, like Heartbreaker (vintage-inspired dresses and Ts), Lulu's Thangs (reconstructed shirts, dresses, blazers), and JC Superstar (slips and lingerie).


811 E Burnside, 231-7336

Jewelry and other adornments for the wardrobe and home, emphasizing repurposed materials from typewriter keys to electrical fuses.


433 NW 10th, 227-3779

This NW boutique boasts lines such as Original Marimekko (felt slippers and cuffs), TWI (wood veneer purses), and Faryn Davis (resin jewelry).

Rock 'n' Rose

616 E Burnside, 239-3901

A formidable addition to Portland's vintage scene, high-end selections and a smattering of never-worn options. Don't miss the previously worn denim section, boasting modern-era lines like Diesel and Seven.


915 N Shaver, 223-3592

The headquarters for the Sameunderneath line of earth-conscious casual wear much of which is made with bamboo fibers.

SaySay Boutique

1010 SW Morrison, 223-1282

A fun, flirty spot for girly shopping with lines like Queen Bee, Skunk Funk, and OK47.

Scarlet Garden

128 NW 23rd, 241-3303

Super goth: Lip Service, Catherine Coatney, Heavy Red, plus corsets and a body piercing studio.


827 NW 23rd, 234-2409

Seaplane carries lines from co-owners Holly Stalder and Kathryn Towers, plus, Linea, church + state, Bonnie Heart Clyde, Leanimal, and many others locals, as well as indie lines from elsewhere, such as Prairie Underground.

Signal Sports

1327 NW Kearney, 546-9905

Primarily specializing in women's ski and snowboarding gear, including the hardware of actual skis and boards, they also switch gears for the snow-free summers months by carrying apparel by Nikita, Fila, and Watergirl.


602 NW 23rd, 827-0210

Wearable, affordable jewelry with an international range of producers, including their latest collection of turquoise from New Mexico.


4623 NE Fremont, 445-2006

Boasting the Sofada line of girly, sexy-fitted clothes and custom-fit swimsuits. They also have a great selection of jewelry from local designers.


1313 NE Fremont, 288-5883

Sofia carries Anni Kuan, Olsen Europe, and Mandarina Duck, locally designed bags and jewelry, and other European delights.


1605 NE Broadway, 282-4940

This cute little boutique specializes in denim. They also carry a unique selection of belts, dresses, and T-shirts.


1033 NW Couch, 222-7653

This boutique has accessories galore! Check out handbags from Isabella Fiore (and wallets), Hobo, Franco Sarto (and shoes), plus handmade jewelry from designers all over the Pacific Northwest.


807 NW 23rd, 525-0043

In addition to the Souchi line of beautiful cashmere pieces, Souchi also carries sought-after designs from Jovovich-Hawk, Ports 1961, Bruce, and more.


300 SW 12th, 224-2604

Along with all the sex toys and supplies you could want, Spartacus also carries its own line of locally made leather, both pre-made and by custom order, as well as a great selection of fun tights.

Stand Up Comedy

811 E Burnside, Ste. 119, 233-3382

Set to open at the start of June, this boutique will give us Karen Walker, Rhus Ovata, Pleasure Principle, and much more—sure to be a good one.


826 NW 23rd, 295-9220

A store just for men, with Parasuco (Canadian line of denim and shirts), Jimi Hendrix (tailored shirts), English Laundry (fitted shirts with a lot of details and embroidery), and Report Collection. Plus, manly toiletries!


820 NW 23rd, 222-0228

Women's shoes galore: wedges, heels, a few flats here and there. Plus, freshly opened downstairs sister store Tagg, filled with casual to formal shoes from women, men, and children.

The Dig

13844 SE McLoughlin, 496-0875

It sounds too good to be true, but this vintage warehouse actually sells every single item for under $10, whether it be a dress, a pair of pants, or shoes. Speaking of which, they have an abundance of cowboy boots.

The English Dept.

724 NW 23rd, 224-0724

This cute little boutique is for the rich, feminine professional or people who like to dress like characters from an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, including the work of co-owner Elizabeth Dye. They also carry fine, subtle, delicate jewelry.

The Future Incorporated

931 SW Oak, 241-0875

Rock-oriented store featuring Doc Martens and Converse, Dogpile (punk rock gear), Lip Service (punk rock pants), motokitty (this month featuring limited-edition Guy Burwell purses), and C.B.G.B (T-shirts for dogs and babies), plus it is the only US store carrying sandals by Miss L Fire.

The Office

2136 E Burnside, 595-5298

A great spot to find skater wear, because skating's not a crime, but looking like a chump is. Find Lifetime Collective, Blacktooth, Vans, and Grenade.


1812 NE Alberta, 335-3100

Cute, colorful dress shop carrying organic line Stewart + Brown, Common Thread, Velvet, Bonnie Heart Clyde, and more.


2802 SE Ankeny, 235-2326

A tiny boutique that packs a huge punch. Find beautiful garments from small labels from far and wide, such as Clu, Earnest Sewn, Pour, and Hengst.

Under U 4 Men

507 SW Broadway, 274-2555

A trove of international men's underwear from floor to ceiling, literally. Also on the shelves are high-end shaving and hair products as well as cologne.

Upper Playground

23 NW 5th, 548-4835

Innovative apparel that has been painted/adorned by artists, and a wide array of products from bags to shower curtains.

Visage Eyewear

1046 NW Johnson, 944-5475

An eyewear store that carries frames from small international companies like Orgreen and J. Lindeberg.

What's Upstairs

736 NW 23rd, 228-9143

It's a bit hidden, but once you get inside you'll find a few independent lines worth checking out, like DarBeka skirts and locally made jewelry. Plus they have high-end jeans at low prices, and consignment items of high quality and showing no wear.

Xtabay Vintage Clothing Boutique

2515 SE Clinton, 230-2899

Vintage clothes for the Clinton Street set!

Zelda's Shoe Bar

633 NW 23rd, 226-0363

Filled with styles from Rozae Nichols, Tory Burch, and Diane Von Furstenberg to name a few.

Helping you create a space uniquely yours for work or play, with style and art, your way.
Custom framing, photo frames, printing on metal, paper and canvas.