A proper Belmont Street shopping spree starts by fueling up at Stumptown, a corner coffee shop that’s great for a quick cup and the freshest place to pick up a bag of beans for back home. Java in hand, it’s time to head down the block to Noun which bills itself cleverly as “A Person’s Place for Things.” And that’s what you’ll find here: enviable wares including reproduction vintage refrigerators, collectible typewriters, wooden chairs and Japanese tea sets, all interspersed with local art.
Discover your new favorite fragrance at Olo Fragrance, the boutique perfume shop and work studio for its eponymous fragrance line. Spruce up your wardrobe at Naked City Clothing, a funky shop offering retro-inspired fashion, accessories and wacky novelties.
With more kitsch, PLANET X VINTAGE collects vintage clothing from the 1970s -1990s, pop culture and horror-themed items, and funky accessories, and ensures a little something for everyone of any gender or size. If you’re in the market for restored vintage leather goods, then stop in to Mix Tape, and check out their fabulously curator vintage and restyled selections.
Browse costume jewelry, tailored suits and racks upon racks of dresses at Portland's nearly 50 vintage shopping destinations.
To dress like a Portlander, be prepared to cycle to work, dodge raindrops and hoof it to a gallery opening in one versatile ensemble.
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Pull together a made-in-Portland look that you won’t find anywhere else at Flipside Hats, where designers craft stylish headwear out of pre-consumer waste from big brands. With a range of cuts, colors, styles and fabrics, these lids are all handmade and hip.
Beautifully curated, PILLAR, on Southeast Belmont, will charm you and fill your luggage with gorgeous a things for your home. From natural fiber towels and blankets, to hand crafted kitchen utensils, and luxurious bath and body treats like clay masks, body brushes, and perfumes.
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