For high-quality fashions with inimitable Northwest flair, look no further than downtown Portland. Follow our itinerary to find 10 terrific shops within a few walkable city blocks.
The denim experts at Self Edge (inside Union Way) pride themselves on offering exceptionally sourced garments made with traditional manufacturing processes. The result? A thoughtful collection of top-notch jeans and jackets, with vintage sewing and darning machines available on-site for all your hemming and repair needs.
This celebrated heritage boot brand has made its home in the Pacific Northwest since 1932, with its headquarters and factory located along the Columbia River in Northeast Portland. Danner’s Union Way retail shop is the perfect place to try on durable leather work shoes and high-quality hiking boots — and ladies will love the iconic, red-laced Mountain Light Cascades worn by Cheryl Strayed in Wild.
This downtown boutique epitomizes Portland style with a tasteful collection of androgynous fashions by an array of international designers. Reinvent your wardrobe with raw Japanese denim, trendy Golden Goose sneakers, local Olo fragrances and button-downs in bold prints.
With more than 50 brands in stock at their massive 5,000-square foot (565 sq. m) flagship store, underU4men is your one-stop -hop for all things undies. Taking the title of North America’s largest underwear store, the store offers swimsuits and gym wear as well as boxers and briefs in all colors, patterns, sizes and styles.
Bridge & Burn’s distinctly Northwest style and all-weather functionality have made it one of Portland’s most beloved brands. Browse waxed canvas jackets, colorful chinos and lumberjack-chic plaid tops at the popular online shop’s one and only retail location.
In Northwest Portland, century-old Victorian and Craftsman-style storefronts housing unique boutiques stand alongside national retailers.
The walkable Pearl District houses national retailers and local favorites, from a vast independent bookstore to stylish boutiques.
Hawthorne's indie boutiques and homegrown shops peddle plenty of only-in-Portland wares.
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