Your guide to shopping in Oregon's biggest city.
Take a look at these favorite places to shop while visiting Portland, Oregon, a vibrant and eclectic city in the USA's Pacific Northwest.
Often overlooked and underrated, 3 Monkeys is a funky shop full of worldly clothes and knick-knacks. The seedy foyer can be a bit off-putting, but venture upstairs where the real treasures are. Skip the vintage clothing but look out for the Egyptian-style bookends, rustic figurines, and trendy jewelry.
803 NW 23rd Ave.
Sloan Boutique is the best spot to find chic and cool attire. Locally owned and operated, you’ll feel at home in this charming shop full of native-made jewelry as well as designer and no-name clothes from the around the West Coast.
738 NW 23rd Ave.
Take a picture with the bronze Umbrella Man statue before deciding between Nordstrom, Macys, or three stories of mall mayhem inside Pioneer Place Mall. Pioneer Place is an easy stop for the urban dweller with no time for fuss.
700 SW 5th Ave.
At the intersection of SE 33rdand Belmont you will find, Noun: A Person’s Place for Things, to find one-of-a-kind handpicked treasures displayed in a modern take on a vintage antique store. Perfect for home décor or gifts, Noun’s charm cannot be beat.
3300 SE Belmont St
Imelda’s and Louie’s
At Imelda’s and Louie’s, the shoe world is at your fingertips. Footwear is found in the highest qualities, from upscale brands to styles that make you think twice about the sanity of designers. The knowledgeable staff is there to guide you and encourage you to embrace a hipster lifestyle.
3426 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
Wanderlust + Wildhearts
Mississippi Avenue never disappoints with its choice of shops, dining holes, and beverages. Wanderlust + Wildhearts by far has the most unique selection of jewelry in Portland. For hippies, rockers and even the tame, each piece they sell comes with a unique story behind it.
3885 N Mississippi Ave.
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