10 Places To Shop This Spring In St. Louis
Spring is a time for renewal, and, chances are, your home and wardrobe are begging to be refreshed. Whether you’re on the hunt for a deal on designer clothing or need to liven up your kitchen, St. Louis is host to a slew of specialty shops fit for a spring shopping spree. Grab those shopping bags and get ready to roll out—these are 10 places to shop this spring in St. Louis.
If you’re down to revitalize your spring wardrobe with designer threads for a fraction of the retail cost, stop by Byrd in Clayton to browse their racks of trend-forward pieces. Byrd specializes in consigning gently worn clothing from beloved labels like Gucci, Chanel, Tory Burch and more at reasonable price points. Pro tip: check out Byrd’s Instagram feed before visiting to get a peek at new arrivals.
Into secondhand shopping, but looking for a streetwear vibe? Head over to Avalon Exchange on the Delmar Loop, where you’ll be able to find in-season clothing from popular brands like Madewell, Rag & Bone and J Brand for a steal. Avalon Exchange also boasts an impressive collection of Nike and Adidas, for the sneakerheads out there.
Aimed toward the conscious consumer, Fauxgerty is a one-stop shop for ethically made womenswear. Consider the swingy DeDe skirt and Swinton dress your new spring staples, and don’t forget to stock up on all-natural Herbivore body products while you’re there.
Is your closet longing for a little nostalgia? Visit May’s Place for an expertly curated selection of vintage clothing, accessories and home goods in the heart of Lindenwood Park. From 1920s wrap dresses to mod 1960s sunglasses, May’s Place is sure to help you update your look for spring—complete with a touch of yesteryear.
Chances are, if you’re a parent who’s refreshing their wardrobe for spring, your little one is deserving of some new duds, too. Look to City Sprouts in Clayton for stylish children’s clothing—think printed empire-waist dresses for girls and colorful onesies for boys—in addition to an impressive selection of educational toys and books.
Warby Parker’s first footprint in St. Louis is nestled in the Central West End, in a space where lively geometric wall art meets a stately selection of eyeglass frames. Stop by, try on a few frames and find the perfect pair of spectacles or sunglasses to carry you through spring and beyond.
Lemon Gem Kitchen Goods
Pamper your kitchen with new spring treats from Lemon Gem Kitchen Goods, located on Manchester Avenue in The Grove. Grab a fresh set of tea towels and mixing bowls, and pick up goods from local purveyors like Core + Rind and Big Heart Tea Co.
Take one step into Bowood Farms in the Central West End, and you’ll be instantly surrounded by hundreds of your new best plant friends. Stop by, see what’s in bloom and pick up a potted succulent or two to bring a little seasonal greenery into your home.
Located in Botanical Heights, Union Studio is a boutique that exclusively carries handmade goods and art from St. Louis-based makers. From sets of ornate ceramic mugs to one-of-a-kind jewelry, bring home a uniquely St. Louis item after you shop.
Things are sure to get tiring after embarking on a spring shopping spree, and Maven is here to help you unwind. Stop by this Maplewood spot to shop its handmade soaps, soy wax candles and bath and body products. Don’t miss the Bubble Scoops, which will level-up your bath game like never before.
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