Your quest for a complete family shop with lead you to Milagros Boutique: That one-stop shop where you'll find everything a young family with little children needs - diapers, toys, books, breastfeeding supplies, clothing and kiddo-accessories. Weekly events such as music shows and hobby classes are a regular feature at this boutique. You can also purchase gift cards for your loved-ones.
5012 Northeast 28th at Alberta Street Portland, OR 97211
The Little Axe Records at Northeast 28th Avenue puts the axe down on conventional music and opens the world of vintage and rare music to the refined taste of ardent music lovers. This independent shop is a sheer delight for avid music collectors as it possesses records and cassettes of ethnographic, post punk, music from the 60s, industrial, gospel, blues and any experimental and quirky sounds in music you can bring to your mind. Housed inside the foyer of house, the record store also doubles up as a performing space, offering a stage for upcoming local and touring bands.
2861 Northeast Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard Portland, OR 97212
At Vintage by the Pound, the rotation of clothing selections changes constantly. Their shoppers scour the country to find some of the best and most unique attire, mostly from the 1950s, but not exclusively. Here you can find antique accessories, shoes, and fabrics that are not accessible at regular department stores. Best of all, they charge by the pound. Load up on as many retro items as possible and pay the same amount for the weight, regardless of the awesomeness of the find. There is definitely a need to dig, as many items are one-of-a-kind and the perfect piece may be hidden to the naked eye
This Portland swimwear boutique features the locally designed and manufactured Popina swim line. In addition, Popina offers a wide selection of popular outside bathing suit brands, cover-ups, and assorted travel and leisure accessories at competitive prices.
Tumbleweed stacks snazzy cuts and lines for women. Kara Larson's creations are simple yet trendy and flatter the body. The well-trained staff are eager to aid with their expertise, without making you buy out of obligation. Frocks, summer dresses, skirts, lingerie and an impressive range of jeans make shopping at this store fun and worth-the-effort. Don't forget to check out their amazing jewelry selection.
Enter the spacious store and be awed by the yesteryear collection put together by the smart owner. Evening dresses, tops, hats, jackets, midis, jewelry, stoles, scarves, and even furniture feature in the Portland location. Snazzy fur coats with matching valises also make their mark. Be sure to get those credit cards, though. Imitating the style of Audrey Hepburn or Grace Kelly doesn't come cheap.
8 Northeast Killingsworth Street Portland, OR 97211
Find scores of women-related books and paraphernalia in this one-of-a-kind feminist bookstore. The non-profit store features women authors and conducts fund-raisers, festivals and programs to encourage and promote art, music, cuisine, and literary works among women. Meetings and discussions by various groups are held from time to time. Classes, such as childbirth education are also conducted.
Walk in on a weekend and fill your cart with all the essentials that you would need to run your office. Briefcases, laptops, binders, card holders, books-they are all there! Yes, this store in the Alberta Arts District has stationery, design books, presentation tools, accessories and more. The store resembles an office and tempts you to go ahead and pick the much needed item-that would enhance your work space and induce productivity in your work. Office also hosts several events like book launches-the last Thursday of each month features a different exhibition on art. So, if you are not creatively inclined, this venue will help you.
4888 Northwest Bethany Boulevard Portland, OR 97229
For the finest in children's European fashion, this upscale shop carries a huge selection of Danish, Finnish and other Scandinavian clothing. Though pricey, the apparel is designed to last. Purchase an oversized Skandii sweater and it may get two years of wear-one as a tunic and the next as a sweater. The never-dull clothing selection reflects the whimsical characteristics of children and is designed with comfortable, earth-friendly products. The buyers make two annual trips to Europe, ensuring the availability of the latest styles.
Since 1905, this historic Downtown Portland sporting store has carried apparel and sporting equipment for every sport imaginable. The experienced staff (some with more than three decades of service experience) is happy to assist you in finding swimming, golf, basketball, team apparel and name brand sport shoes from Puma, Adidas and Fila. Find everything from baseball bats to tennis rackets, golf clubs to hockey skates. If purchases total at a certain amount stated by the store, they will be happy to validate parking.