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Wear your city on your sleeve with a selection of uniquely Motown products at Pure Detroit. This store was established in 1998 with the sole purpose of capturing and spreading the essence of the Motor City. And since it opened it has stood as a promoter of the city and its culture. From casual apparel and jewelry to gifts, bags and souvenirs, each item represents Detroit in some way or the other, whether it is through a design, a printed photograph or a logo. So, if you happen to be looking for a souvenir, this is the perfect place to shop.
Spectacles offers unique, against the grain, urban fashion for both men and women. Located in Downtown Detroit, this hip urban boutique features collections and pieces from local artists and designers as well as international labels. Other than clothing, Spectacles also has a wide selection of accessories, from chic aviators, to military fatigue hats. They even have a choice selection of music that can often be heard playing throughout the store. Find fresh new styles from emerging designers or pick up the latest album from Gordon Chambers at this Detroit boutique.
Clothing is an art form; a means to express yourself in a way that is truly personal and unique. This is the philosophy that guides and fuels the discerning eye of the Detroit Clothing Circle's owner and curator, Michael J. Dedenbach. The eclectic collection is sourced from several resale stores and the trunks of local designers, each piece hand-selected by Dedenbach himself. The collection adheres to no specific genre, theme or style, with a little bit of everything to provide you with all the raw materials you will need to compose your own unique look. Stocked with clothing and accessories for men and women, the Detroit Clothing Circle offers a selection that is ever-evolving and dynamic, much like the art it aspires to be. The Detroit Clothing Circle's wares thankfully do not come with the price tag of a high-end boutique, although you will find clothing by high-end designers amongst others on the racks.
Located in the Cass Corridor neighborhood of Detroit, Flo Boutique features urban chic clothing for men and women. Owner, Felicia Patrick, stocks her store with pieces from local Michigan based designers as well as a few international labels from as far away as Spain and Amsterdam. As expected, prices are a little higher than the usual department store, however you're sure to find one-of-a-kind pieces. Focusing on the local community, Flo proudly offers a piece of Detroit to visitors and locals alike.
Put an end to your shopping woes with a visit to The Black Dress. This home grown boutique benefits from the impeccable taste of its owners, a mother-daughter duo, both of whom are experienced seamstresses themselves. Here you will find a tasteful collection of clothing and accessories for women in a variety of prints, colors and styles. The eclectic collection attracts a more sophisticated clientele that values quality and understated style, with just a hint of sparkle. From the effortlessly elegant, to smart casual, The Black Dress has something for every occasion. Custom work and alterations are undertaken as well, so if you don't see what you want on the racks, just ask and the lovely ladies who run this place will be happy to design something to your liking.
Located inside the lobby of the renovated Park Shelton near Wayne University, The Peacock Room offers more than just the latest and greatest trends. Featuring classic tried-and-true designs for women, The Peacock Room has everything you need to dress to impress. You won't find ripped or studded jeans here, no matter how in style they are. Rather you'll find 1920s inspired cloche hats, luxe faux fur coats, modern and vintage jewelry, cashmere scarves, romantic dresses and more. The decor is a whimsical combination of industrial with hints of historical charm.
Voted as one of the top Detroit vintage stores, Lost and Found Vintage features an array of fashion relics from various decades past. Housed in a giant warehouse and storefront, this establishment has been around since 2003 and has quickly asserted itself as the go-to place for great vintage pieces. Have old clothes you need to get rid of? Lost and Found Vintage also features a buying program, where the staff will issue cash or store credit for fashionable items. For more information on their clothes buying program or what they have to offer, be sure to visit their website.