No trip is complete without a few keepsakes in your suitcase.
In OKC, you’ll find many locally-owned shops across the metro with a myriad of clothing, accessories, household furnishings, artwork and souvenirs that you’ll want to take home with you—so pack light! Here are a few spots to check out on your next Oklahoma City shopping spree.
Craig’s Curious Emporium
Nothing you need—but everything you want! Craig’s Curious Emporium is anything but a common gift shop. The unconventional novelty shop is Oklahoma’s largest mystical store with unusual gifts from around the globe. The family-owned and operated gift shop has been a favorite among Oklahoma City locals since 1980.
If you’re looking for gifts that are sustainably sourced, Plenty Mercantile is the place. From common household items to swanky OKC trinkets, Plenty Mercantile mindfully sources refined goods that are eco-friendly. Stop by the flagship store in Automobile Alley, head to the new location in Chisholm Creek, or visit this page to get started with the virtual gift assistant service so you can safely shop for the perfect gift while social distancing.
Scissortail Gifts is home to some of the finest Made in Oklahoma products and gifts inspired by Oklahoma and its people. The online gift shop features more than 60 Oklahoma artisans, makers, authors, and designers telling the story of what it means to be an “Okie” through souvenirs, gifts and apparel. Start shopping!
Tucked into OKC’s historic Bricktown Entertainment District, Painted 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. Use this coupon in the store or online to receive 20 percent off purchases of $50 or more.
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, locally printed t-shirts for the whole family and everything in-between. While the storefront is temporarily closed, you can shop online and choose between curbside pickup or delivery.
Shop Good is a family-owned and operated business in Automobile Alley that creates 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.
Bad Granny’s Bazaar
Make your way to Bad Granny’s Bazaar in OKC’s Plaza District where you’ll find recycled, repurposed and gently used retro and vintage clothing, curious collectibles, gifts, furnishings, jewelry and art. The retro shop has space for local vendors to sell their unique items, so there are new gems to discover each time you visit.
Dig It! Boutique
If Bad Granny’s is your style, head a few doors down to Dig It! Boutique for quirky 70s, 80s and 90s apparel, indie art and accessories, locally screen printed tees, counter culture books, music and novelty gifts.
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—discovering unique treasures of all kinds along the way.