‘Tis the season for shopping!

Whether you're searching for the perfect holiday gift or looking to treat yourself, Oklahoma City has many locally-owned shops across the metro with unique gifts and treasures that you’ll want to take home with you. From quirky independent boutiques to high-end retailers, here are a few spots to check out on your next holiday shopping spree. 


Clothing at DNA galleries in the Plaza District

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DNA Galleries

Focusing on Oklahoma artists and artisans, DNA Galleries is located in the revitalized Plaza District. Pick up locally-made apparel or a pair of socks to represent Oklahoma City wherever your travels take you or take home a piece of artwork from the gallery’s rotating exhibitions featuring the works of local artists.


Painted Door

Tucked into OKC’s historic Bricktown Entertainment DistrictPainted Door Gift Boutique is a treasure trove of hand-selected boutique clothing, kitchen wares and gift items that you won’t find anywhere else. They are known for their impeccable service and stylish gift wrap, ensuring your shopping experience will have you coming back again soon.


Shop Good

Shop Good is a family-owned and operated business in Automobile Alley specializing in small-batch, hand-printed tee shirts with original designs and solid craftsmanship.  The community-oriented business collaborates with local artists to design eco-friendly apparel for both kids and adults. From Tiger King to Oklahoma City Thunder-themed tee shirts, there's something for everyone. 


Exterior of Langston's Western Wear in Stockyards City

Langston’s Western Wear

Discover cowboy couture in the historic Stockyards City at Langston’s Western Wear. With everything from cowboy hats to cowboy boots, Langston’s has been specializing in western goods for more than 100 years and has grown into one of the top independent and locally-owned western stores in the United States.


Blue Seven

Located on the north side of OKC, Blue Seven is known for its eclectic urban style. You can find stylish leather accessories, uniquely illustrated paper goods, delectable candles, made in OKC t-shirts for the whole family and everything in-between.


Plenty Mercantile

If you’re looking for gifts that are sustainably sourced, Plenty Mercantile is the place. They curate common household items, swanky OKC trinkets and a wide variety of mindfully sourced keepsakes that are eco-friendly. Stop by the flagship store in Automobile Alley or head to the new location in Chisholm Creek to find the perfect gift or souvenir to commemorate your visit.


Exterior of the outdoor Oklahoma City Outlet Mall

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Alongside Oklahoma City’s robust directory of locally-owned and locally-loved retail spots, you’ll find several shopping malls throughout the metro area, including the OKC Outlets, which is home to more than 80 stores with major brands. There are also two large indoor malls, Penn Square Mall which is centrally located and Quail Springs Mall in the northern side of OKC. For the upscale shopper, head on over to Classen Curve to discover a unique selection of trendy shops and services or Chisholm Creek, a pedestrian-friendly mixed-use development. All feature national department stores and fashions for the whole family.

No matter which retailer you choose, you’ll encounter Oklahoma’s 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.

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.