Shop Local At These Charming Edmonton Boutiques

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Major department stores certainly have their benefits, and Edmonton happens to be home to the largest mall in North America, West Edmonton Mall. But when it comes to finding unique clothing, gifts, and accessories, nothing tops shopping at a local boutique.

Since they can be a bit challenging to find when you’re new to the area, we rounded up a list of the best boutiques in Edmonton for your enjoyment. Of course, part of the fun of living in a new city (or a new part of the city) is discovering these gems for yourself. Use this list as a guide, then do some exploring on your own and you’ll find plenty of places to add to it.

Shades of Grey Boutique, 10116 124 Street

This modern boutique is definitely dominated by neutral hues, but you’ll find plenty of colorful pieces here as well. The women’s apparel at Shades of Grey is sophisticated without being pretentious, and youthful while maintaining a professional style. Think of this as your go-to place for upscale everyday clothing.

Tattered Rose, 9917 C 110th Street

Tattered Rose sells women’s apparel and accessories, and if your style is romantic and feminine, you’ll love it here. They also have a small collection of unique home decor items for sale, in case you need to spruce up your new apartment at The Hendrix.

Redemption Boutique, 10709 124 Street

You’ll find both men’s and women’s clothing at Redemption Boutique, plus a great selection of accessories and collectibles. Not only is the apparel classic and vintage inspired, but the staff here is all about delivering excellent customer service. Redemption also hosts occasional events, such as makeup classes, so make sure to check in with the owner when you’re there to see if there’s anything fun on the calendar.

Crush, 16418 100 Avenue

Crush sells modern and edgy men’s and women’s clothing in a sleek, stylish setting. But don’t be intimidated if you don’t consider yourself “hip," because the friendly employees here are always willing to help their guests find what they need and want. Crush is definitely one of the best boutiques in Edmonton.

Loft 82, 8213-104 Street

Talk about luxurious. The posh pieces at Loft 82 blend casual everyday silhouettes with sophisticated style, and their lineup is totally addicting. Loft 82 has their own in-house brand, but they also sell clothing from other designers. If you’re looking to restructure your wardrobe with practical but beautiful pieces that will last, look no further than this boutique.

Mars & Venus, 10328 82nd Avenue NW

As you can probably tell by the name, Mars & Venus sells casual clothing for men and women. If your style is goth, rockabilly, biker or burlesque/pin-up, this will be your new go-to shop—but they also carry plenty of classic styles. The vibe here is definitely youthful, but the young at heart enjoy it as well.

Miss Boss, 10120 124 Street

For unique handbags, jewelry, miscellaneous accessories and women’s clothing, Miss Boss is a total gem. Often described as a place that makes you feel happy as soon as you walk in, the team here is all about helping people have a positive shopping experience. This is a great “last stop" for those times when you need some new jewelry or a scarf to go with your brand new outfit.

Prettiest Present, 12433 102 Avenue

We all have friends and family members who seem to have everything or always buy their own gifts when they want them. When the time comes to buy presents for these people, just head to Prettiest Present. They’ve got things for pampered pooches, home decor items, accessories, and everything you never knew you needed. Of course, when you’re shopping for others, it’s only fair that you treat yourself to something as well.

Shopping a the best Edmonton boutiques is just one of many perks of living in this beautiful city… and of course, our brand new luxury apartments at The Hendrix make a beautiful home base. We’re currently leasing, so schedule your tour and fall in love with your new home.

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