Oklahoma City has endless shopping opportunities, whether you're looking for one-of-a-kind boutiques or top brands. You’ll find locally-owned gift shops with clothing and accessories, artwork, crafts and household furnishings, arranged by shopping districts to help you find the perfect OKC keepsakes.

Oklahoma City items at the Painted Door

Downtown & Automobile Alley

Starting in the heart of the city, the Painted Door in Bricktown is a unique gift shop with an eclectic mix of accessories, jewelry, handbags, apparel, furniture and food. Ask for their famous gift-wrapping service. Scissortail Gifts focuses on gifts inspired by Oklahoma and its people and is home to some of the finest "Made in Oklahoma" products in the city. Nearby Bricktown is also host to outdoor giant, Bass Pro Shops. Jumpin Jackalope is a modern-day general store decorated in rustic, yet posh southwestern flair. Whether you’re looking for Oklahoma inspired goods or wanting to sample the handmade fudge and jerky, there’s always something new to take home. Just to the north, you can cruise down Automobile Alley for a relaxing neighborhood shopping experience including distinctive clothes, home decor and even sporting equipment. Check out Plenty Mercantile, Sara Kate Studio, Shop Good, Tin Lizzies, and Urbane Home & Lifestyle just to name a few.

Couple walking in the Paseo Arts District

Paseo Arts District

The Paseo District is a unique destination, home to over 20 galleries and more than 80 vibrant artists all within walking distance. You’ll immediately be taken in by the daring Spanish revival buildings nestled side-by-side in a colorful stucco rainbow. Much like the colors of the buildings, you’ll find a variety of items inside, from jewelry to sculptures to painting to pottery. It’s the perfect place to find artsy treasure and mementos to take home. Eden offers fashion-forward pieces, playful accessories and personal wardrobe styling for the everyday woman. At the end of the gallery row, you’ll find Betsy King Shoes featuring unique styles for daily wear or special occasions.

Midtown and Plaza Districts

The city’s Midtown and Plaza districts are frequented by locals and filled with a variety of shops such as Bad Granny’s Bazaar, Dig It!, Chirps & Cheers, Mode, Nhu Avenue, The Laboratory, Out on a Limb Boutique, Opolis Clothing Company and Trade Men’s Wares. The Black Scintilla is a lifestyle boutique located in the heart of Midtown. DNA Galleries is an artist made retail shop and contemporary art gallery focusing on Oklahoma artists and artisans. Jackson Dean and Tallulah Lou offer men’s and women’s clothing and accessories respectively, plus some unexpected finds.

Boots at Langston's in Stockyards City


Experience the cowboy charm of the Stockyards and shop for western decor and apparel. Little Joe’s Boots and Langston’s both have an extensive collection of cowboy boots and western wear to make any city folk feel welcome in the country. Nestled next to Cattlemen’s Steak House is the hidden gem Prairie Dust Soaps & Stuff.  You'll walk away from this charming mercantile with arms full of locally made soaps, bath bombs, candles and more. Oklahoma Native American Fine Art, Jewelry & Pottery features traditional, handcrafted and designed Native American fine art made by local artists.


For the upscale shopper, we’ve gathered a few retailers that have perfected luxury shopping in OKC. You’ll find the finer things at Bebe’s, CK & Company, Gretta Sloane, Balliet’s and Spencer Stone in Nichols Hills Plaza or head to Classen Curve for On A Whim, Kendra Scott and much more. Bonobos features a “guided” shopping experience for men with your order delivered directly to your home or office.

Record shelves at Guestroom Records

Western Avenue

This beautiful stretch along Western Avenue is full of one-of-a-kind, locally-owned shops where you’ll find plenty of stunning, quality antiques, for which Western Avenue is well known. You’ll also discover other quaint finds from vintage LPs at Guestroom Records to kitchen and cooking finds at Savory Spice and Culinary Kitchen. While you're there, check out the home decor at The Wood Garden and Designer Rugs or search for premiere antiques at Antique Avenue.

Area Malls

You’ll find several shopping malls throughout the metro area, including the OKC Outlets which has more than 80 stores with major brands. There are also two large malls, Penn Square Mall which is centrally located and Quail Springs Mall on the northern side of OKC. Both have national department stores and fashions for the whole family. Or, visit the Shoppes at Northpark where you'll find more than 40 upscale specialty stores and restaurants for every age, gender, personality and whim.

No matter which retailer you choose, you’ll discover Oklahoma hospitality where shopkeepers greet you with a smile, and if they don’t have what you are looking for, they will send you somewhere that does.