Shopping by District

There’s so much great shopping in OKC that it’s best to tackle it one area at a time. In fact, shopping in OKC is best done by district to make sure you don’t miss anything! Look through the different areas and their offerings, then plan your attack. In these distinct, little areas throughout the city, you’ll find charming locally owned shops of all kinds, full of treasures to take home. And while this isn’t a complete list, it’s a great start to shopping throughout OKC’s districts.

Shopping the Modern Frontier Collection at Shop Good

Automobile Alley District 

Once known as the home of OKC’s car dealerships, Automobile Alley is now a hopping gateway into downtown along Broadway Avenue from 13th Street. Explore specialty shops like Plenty Mercantile and hip clothing boutiques like Shop Good. If you're looking for inclusive and unique gifts, visit Common Dear. Find curated items for the home from all over the world at Urbane.

Bricktown District 

Nestled among many fabulous dining experiences in the heart of Bricktown is Painted Door, a specialty gift shop. It’s brimming with decorative accessories, home furnishings, bath and body care, infant and toddler accessories, home fragrances and collectibles. The kids will love a visit to Bricktown Candy Company, with over 250 varieties of candy to choose from. Bricktown is also home to Oklahoma City’s Bass Pro Shops, which can be a destination in itself.

Midtown District

Shopping in the hip Midtown area is concentrated along Walker Avenue near the roundabout at 10th Street. This is where one of the cutest stationery shops, Chirps and Cheers, awaits with a curated collection of paper and gift items. Trade Men’s Wares has a collection of men’s clothing, accessories and grooming items for the ruggedly sophisticated. Black Scintilla has great gifts, home goods, apparel and accessories, with an emphasis on Oklahoma vendors. Further down, the ladies can pop into Brushed, a full-service salon, and get their hair done or stop by Mode for a fresh outfit before a night out on the town. Stop by Opolis Clothing for vintage sports and local apparel. All their tees are designed and hand printed in Oklahoma. 

Paseo Arts District

In the artsy Paseo Arts District, you’ll immediately be taken in by the darling 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 paintings to pottery. It’s the perfect place to find artsy treasures and mementos to take home. Eden offers unique fashion, playful accessories and wardrobe styling, and Betsy King Shoes, a specialty shoe boutique that caters to the stylish and sophisticated gal, will be sure to put a spring in your step. 

Woman and man shopping for plants at Out on a Limb

Plaza District

The Plaza District is known for its creative spaces, and you’ll find uniquely curated shops featuring locally made goods, along with art and vintage items. Bad Granny’s Bazaar is a great example, with its retro and vintage clothing, kitschy gifts, furnishings, jewelry, art and more. DNA Galleries features almost exclusively local art and products like jewelry, T-shirts and other fashion. There’s also fun and trendy clothing shops like Out On A Limb Boutique and Dig It! where you'll find quirky and retro apparel and accessories. If you’re looking for unique and local, you’ll find it here.

Stockyards City District 

While it’s well known for the dining at historic Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, Stockyards City is where you can go to find everything cowboy. Truly reflective of the state’s heritage is the grand western store, Langston’s. Purchase a custom cowboy hat at Shorty's Caboy Hattery. Known for handcrafted stitching, fun designs/colors and impressive detail, Shorty’s hats are unique and of incredibly high quality. You’ll find more western wear at Little Joe’s Boots and western items for yourself and your home at Cross Bar Gallery. Stockyards City is the perfect place to find those authentic cowboy boots you’ve always wanted and so much more.

Western Avenue District

This beautiful area along Western Avenue between NW 36th Street and Wilshire Avenue is full of one-of-a-kind shops. You’ll find plenty of quality and beautiful antiques, for which Western Avenue is well known. And, you’ll also discover other quaint finds, such as vintage LPs at Guestroom Records. Check out the home decor at The Wood Garden and Designer Rugs. Kitchen and cooking finds can be found at Savory Spice and Culinary Kitchen.

Nestled in the center of Western Avenue is Classen Curve and Nichols Hills Plaza, two shopping plazas featuring higher-end boutiques and fashions by exclusive designers.

West Village District

Equal parts historic and revitalized, the West Village District offers an array of shopping opportunities. If you have a green thumb, you'll love Plant Shoppe. The shop is connected to Stitch Cafe, grab a cup of coffee while you peruse their curated selection of indoor plants, pots and accessories. They also offer an array of daily and custom floral offerings and gifts. Visit Sailor & the Dock, an innovative marketplace that houses multiple stores, all sharing a passionate commitment to sustainability and education. In addition to the on-site vendors offering a diverse range of eco-conscious products such as books, coffee and vintage clothing, the market hosts additional vendors in a monthly pop-up event. Searching for unique gifts and keepsakes? Look no further than Tin Lizzie's. Pamper yourself with their Oklahoma-made products, home decor, apparel and artist-made wares. You'll love the inside of the boutique which showcases fun and trendy products in a relaxed shopping experience. 


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