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Best Clothing Shops in Providence

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Queen of Hearts is a unique, funky women's clothing and accessory shop in the downcity area of Providence. Inside visitors will find all kinds of shirts, leggings, handcrafted jewelry, shoes and much, much more. Like many other stores in Providence, this one is locally owned and it features products from many locals around town as well as from those around the state. It is the perfect place to shop to rejuvenate the contents of your closet.

Spectrum India is primarily a clothing and accessories shop, however it has a little bit of everything, from books and bags to shoes, clothes, hats and home decor. The women's clothes here are unique, often made in India with rich fabrics and unusual designs. You can find everything from elegant dresses to pants and casual tops, along with accessories like scarves and jewelry. It has been in the neighborhood for over 30 years and the denizens of College Hill continue it hopes to do so for another thirty more.

American Eagle Outfitters, is indeed the one stop shop where you can dress and accessories yourself from head to toe. This store promises you earrings, clothes, bracelets, lingeries, shoes and much more at extremely reasonable rates. This unisex store promises to have something for everyone. With customer satisfaction as their motto, shopping here is bound to be an excellent experience.

Gabrielle's is an East Side tradition, a store for women looking for that special, expensive dress or outfit. It is located in a row of businesses in Wayland Square that includes the Newport Creamery and Books on the Square. Gabrielle's is known for tempting window displays filled with flowery skirts, delicate dresses and georgette, crepe and embroidered blouses. The store offers silk scarves, kid gloves, leather bags, and other fine accessories.

This historic forge house turned into a boutique store is tucked away on the far edge of Providence's Fox Point neighborhood, pegged up against the Seekonk River. The owners carefully curate all of the unique items such as scarves, jewelry, home decor, and general bric-a-brac. Some of the designers like Orla Kiely, Emma Bridgewater and Catherine André may not necessarily be household names, but the quality of their items is unparalleled.

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