Downtown Portland, the city’s retail core, boasts a wide array of shopping options, from department stores such as Nordstrom, Mario’s and major international retailers like those at Pioneer Place mall (see below) to the boutiques and specialty shops of the West End.
Downtown Portland’s home for big-brand shopping, Pioneer Place houses major brands like Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch, Camper, J. Crew, H&M, Apple and more. In addition to more than 75 stores, the multi-block shopping center has an expansive food court and a movie theater.
The Pearl District is renowned for national and international shops (including REI) as well as homegrown favorites like the iconic Powell’s City of Books, fashion-forward boutiques,interior design shops and art galleries.Tired of walking? Step aboard the Portland Streetcar, which runs through the neighborhood.
Northwest / Nob Hill
The centerpieces of this Victorian-lined residential area (also known as Nob Hill) are vibrant Northwest 23rd and 21st avenues, packed with whimsical boutiques, national retailer sand restaurants with sidewalk seating ideal for people-watching.
Northwest Portland Shopping
In Northwest Portland, century-old Victorian and Craftsman-style storefronts housing unique boutiques stand alongside national retailers.
Union Way Shopping Arcade
Evoking Paris’ intimate passageways and Scandinavian architecture, this shop-filled alley connects downtown Portland’s West End with the Pearl District.
Downtown Portland's home for big-brand shopping houses the major brands that fashionistas crave, along with an expansive food court and a movie theater.
Jewelry Shopping in Downtown Portland
Downtown Portland boasts an impressive batch of established luxury jewelers poised to make any diamond-encrusted fantasy a reality.
Shoe Shopping in Downtown Portland
Has trekking around Portland worn holes in your shoes? Head to these tax-free footwear staples and you’ll be back to exploring in no time!
Men’s Shopping in Downtown Portland
Follow our itinerary to find 10 terrific shops offering high-quality fashions with Northwest flair within a few walkable blocks in downtown Portland.
Downtown Portland boasts a wide array of shopping options, from major national and international retailers to locally owned boutiques and specialty shops.
Pearl District Shopping
The walkable Pearl District houses national retailers and local favorites, from a vast independent bookstore to stylish boutiques.
The largest mall in the state houses more than 150 stores, a 10-screen movie theater and an indoor ice rink. Located near the Oregon Convention Center, Lloyd Center is easily accessed from downtown via MAX light rail.
If you’re “so over” the traditional mall format, 811 E. Burnside St. in the Central Eastside is just what the doctor ordered. This indie mall of sorts is home to several local apparel shops and accessory designers like Haunt, plus a good selection of vintage threads.
Just 30 minutes south of Portland directly off of Interstate 5, Woodburn Premium Outlets is the largest tax-free outlet in the West. Pull in for sought-after style from more than 100 stores like Columbia Sportswear, Adidas and Banana Republic, often at deep discounts.
The Columbia Gorge Outlets, 25 minutes east of Portland, features Adidas, Gap, Levi’s, Coach and 40 more big brands.
More Shopping Centers
Jantzen Beach Center
Jantzen Beach Center, just south of Vancouver, Washington, is an expansive outdoor mall with nearly 30 stores. The big brands on offer include Lane Bryant, TJ Maxx and Ulta Beauty.
Conveniently located along the MAX light rail Red Line, two stops away from Portland International Airport, Cascade Station is one of Portland’s top spots for big-box shopping. The Northeast Portland shopping features 46 stores, including Oregon’s only IKEA, as well as Best Buy and the Banana Republic Factory Store.
Around the Region
Southwest of Portland, Bridgeport Village features 70 upscale shops in an open-air setting, while Tigard’s Washington Square Mall is home to five department stores, as well as more than 170 specialty stores, including Sephora, Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn.
Portland’s “Mystic Distric”: Three Magical Shops in One City Block
Whether you’re curious about crystals, dreaming of divination decks or just seeking sweet-smelling soap, Portland’s Mystic District has the store for you.
Alberta Arts District Shopping
With its many boutiques, galleries and indie shops, Alberta Street is made for leisurely shopping strolls.
Jantzen Beach Center
Located just south of the Oregon-Washington border, the Jantzen Beach Center rewards shoppers looking for big brands with no sales tax.
Portland Shoe and Sportswear Brands
Portland is the athletic gear capital of America. Here's where to shop for the best designed-in-Portland shoes and sportswear.
Cascade Station Shopping Center
Minutes from PDX on the light rail line, Cascade Station houses Oregon’s only IKEA and dozens of other big-brand favorites.
With Lloyd Center’s 150+ stores, and more shops on Northeast Broadway, Lloyd offers a bounty of shopping options close to downtown.