Whether you’re looking to treat yourself or do some holiday shopping, OKC’s diverse shopping scene is never short on great service and hospitality. Explore local retailers throughout the metro to find boutique bargains, high-end fashion, vintage treasures, modern home furnishings and more. Here are a few of Oklahoma City’s shopping hotspots to get you started.
Searching for unique gifts and keepsakes? Look no further than Tin Lizzie’s in OKC’s West Village. Pamper yourself with their Oklahoma-made products, home décor, apparel and artist-made wares. You’ll love the inside of the boutique which showcases fun and trendy products in a relaxed shopping experience.
Located in the heart of OKC’s Bricktown Entertainment District, Painted Door Gift Boutique is a local staple for specialty gifts ranging from boutique clothing and accessories to gourmet kitchen and food products. Between their stylish gift wrap and welcoming charm, you’re sure to enjoy the ultimate Oklahoma City shopping experience.
In search of the perfect OKC t-shirt? Look no further than Blue Seven, a locally owned apparel, home and gift shop located in north Oklahoma City. You’ll find quirky home accessories, unique gifts and stylish clothing for the whole family, including a complete selection of Oklahoma products.
Specializing in small-batch, hand-printed t-shirts with original designs and solid craftsmanship, Shop Good is a family-owned and operated business with locations in Automobile Alley and Chisholm Creek. Find one-of-a-kind t-shirts and apparel, as well as a curated selection of thoughtful gifts.
Located in Automobile Alley, Common Dear is a local shop specializing in handmade soy candles, clothing, stickers, enamel pins, greeting cards and all kinds of gifts! Common Dear is an inclusive, cheerful feminist and self-empowerment gift shop you'll want to visit during your next trip to Oklahoma City.
Langston’s Western Wear
No visit to OKC is complete without a new pair of cowboy boots. For the ultimate experience in cowboy couture, visit Langston’s Western Wear in OKC’s historic Stockyards City. Specializing in western goods for more than 100 years, Langston’s offers cowboy hats, boots, western shirts, jeans, belt buckles and jewelry for even the most urban cowboy or cowgirl.
Head over to OKC’s Plaza District for a taste of local creativity at DNA Galleries. Shop their collection of locally made apparel, greeting cards and Oklahoma keepsakes, or take home a piece of artwork from the gallery’s rotating exhibitions of local artists to commemorate your visit.
You’ll feel like a kid in a candy store again when you enter this local shop bursting with a curated collection of lifestyle goods and gifts. With a focus on sustainability, Plenty Mercantile offers a robust selection of mindfully sourced home products and décor, handcrafted treasures and one-of-a-kind gifts for all ages, including children’s toys, books and yes, candy. Visit the flagship store in Automobile Alley or head to additional locations in Chisholm Creek and The National.
No matter your shopping style, you’ll find retailers of all shapes and sizes across the OKC metro. Once you’ve made your way through the host of locally-owned shops, venture out to the city’s major shopping centers to find the well-known brands you love.
Located just west of downtown, OKC Outlets features more than 80 stores ranging from luxury brands to family-friendly favorites. For the traditional, indoor shopping mall experience, centrally located Penn Square Mall and north OKC’s Quail Springs Mall are sure to fit the bill with a selection of national department stores.
Upscale shoppers will find an eclectic lineup of retail shops at Classen Curve, and Chisholm Creek offers a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options. For outdoor enthusiasts, OKC is also home to Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s and REI.
For more shopping throughout the metro, visit the shopping by district page and use it as a guide as you make your way through each diverse district in OKC.