Believe it or not, many years ago - before the Internet, even - sometimes the shoes/bags/cosmetics/etc. you coveted were only available in another, larger city. Would you like a pair of Doc Martens? Please visit New York City. How about a Chanel bag? Closest you’d find one is in Dallas. Tough times indeed, but we got through them. Today is a totally different ballgame – if shopping is your sport of choice, that is. Oklahoma City’s independently owned boutique scene is thriving, and it’s getting more exciting all the time. Check it out!
This chic shopportunity has brought great gifts, jewelry, apparel and more to Oklahoma City since 1991. Here you’ll find an assortment of basics like puffer vests and a bounty of dazzling daywear and even sparkly special occasion dresses. Caveat: when we say ‘basics,’ don’t let us fool you – every garment at Painted Door brings with it something unique…a dab of je ne sais quoi!
A sparkling gem anchoring a corner of Oklahoma City’s Paseo Arts District, Betsy King has, since 2015, catered to well-shod women of every age. Says its founder and namesake: “After years in the New Orleans and Atlanta apparel industries, I moved back to Oklahoma City to be closer to family and fell in LOVE with the shoe industry. I consider shoes to be my art, so why not be in a beautiful arts district such as Paseo?”
IYKYK. And now you do! Its understated location with zero overt signage would be easy to miss. Once inside, take a moment to bask in its calm glory. Open since 1982, Gordon Stuart carries Rag and Bone, Staud, Beatrice B, Jonathan Simkhai and many other impeccably curated apparel, shoe, accessory and shoe designers.
Recently moved into a larger, chicer space in Nichols Hills Plaza, Gretta Sloane is your fashion HQ for Golden Goose, LoveShackFancy, Moussy, Veronica Beard, Frank & Eileen and more. And – bonus – the fabulous gaggle of ‘Gretta Girls’ will never steer you wrong when indecision strikes.
Run by founder Eden Turrentine, whose 20+ years in the beauty and fashion industries inspired her to create a boutique with beautiful clothes and accessories at a wide variety of price points. Eden is the perfect place to pop in for a little pick-me-up.
The GOAT of Oklahoma City boutiques, Route 66 brings us hand-made soaps, a wide selection of clothing, Bedre Chocolate, tea towels, glasses, funny coasters and much more. Owner Jeanette Koenig’s excellent eye and groovy style are the extra little za-za-zing!
The fashion game in Stockyards City is strong thanks in part to Wild Filly, whose selection of boho and funky flirty apparel is size and budget inclusive. Sequins, cowboy boots and a cowhide bag? Gotcha covered. Plus, cute clear festival purses to make entry into the game or concert easy breezy. Go wild, fillies!
There’s something about a custom piece of clothing, and a perfectly personalized hat is like the icing on the cake – or maybe like the topper! The team at Wohali is ready to make your heart (and your head) happy, stylish and uniquely you.
You’ll find the BSB (as insiders call it) locations on N. May Ave. Whether you need an outfit for a gameday tailgate or something sparkly for a special social event or evening out, BSB has got you covered – plus cute clothes and accessories for everything in between.
Pink Attitude has anchored the south OKC boutique scene since 2006, when mother-daughter team Trina and Shaylin Roberts hung out their sassy, pink, bedazzled shingle. We love the big selection of cute game day Ts and tops, plus earrings, headbands, dresses, rompers, skort sets and more in team colors.