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11 Best Independent NYC Boutiques


You’re starting to get a little bored of the same shopping in the same stores over and over again. Plus, you and the girl who sits behind you at work have been wearing the same outfits for the past two weeks. It’s about time to up your wardrobe game and check out some of NYC’s coolest boutiques for the trendiest clothes, bags, and shoes. Boutiques are great because they outsource from brands you might have never seen before. Who knows, you might find a whole new style you’ll fall in love with.

1. Anthom


Via Anthom

Down in Chelsea you’ll find Anthom, a bright and open space that actually used to be an art gallery. This space now holds the ‘art’ of fashion labels like Dyanna Lynnyk, Ksenia Schnaider, and Przhonskaya. It’s the only place in the United States where you can find their products.

197 10th Avenue, (877) 747-1776

2. In Support Of

in support of

Via In Support Of

A boutique in the middle of the Meatpacking district, this charitable boutique is surrounded by some of the biggest high end designer stores. It sells eco-friendly, up and coming designers form the area which is pretty cool! Also, each year they donate a portion of their proceeds to a different charity — hence their name!

342 W 13 Street, (646) 657-0724

3. Owen


Via Owen

Another ‘indie’ boutique that lives in the Meatpacking district. Everything in here could be found in Beyoncé’s closet! Owner Phillip Salem made it his personal mission to make sure each customer felt like a pop star when they walked in to his shop.

809 Washington St, (212) 524-9770

4. Personnel of New York


Via Instagram/@personalofnewyork

This is the place for those who want their own unique closet — different from what everyone else is wearing. It includes NYC and LA based designers such as Mara Hoffman and Objects Without Meaning.

9 Greenwich Ave, (212) 924-0604

5. Babel Fair


Via Driely S

Get international style status just by walking in Babel Fair. The favorite styles from New York to Europe to Asia to Africa all have a home in this trendy boutique. Even better, the prices are probably the most affordable you’ll find in a place like this.

260 Elizabeth St, (646) 360-3685

6. Assembly New York


Via Assembly New York

If you’re looking to make a statement, this is exactly where you need to be. Statement pieces are what Assembly New York is all about. It houses big, drapey dresses and clunky shoes. They might look uncomfortable, but when you try it all on you’ll think, “I never knew I actually needed this.” Love can always be found in a pair of shoes.

170 Ludlow St, (212) 253-5393

7. Maryam Nassir Zadeh


Via Maryam Nassir Zadeh

Location — Lower East Side. It’s a favorite amongst the local fashionistas. It specializes in avant-garde pieces, but you might be surprised with the hidden gems that are day to day wearable.

123 Norfolk St, (212) 673-6405

8. Project No. 8


Via Project No. 8

Men, here is your boutique with the coolest styles from Europe. It has a plethora of leather goods to look (smell) through, plus magazines and other knick knacks.

38 Orchard St, (212) 925-5599

9. Wolves Within


Via Wolves Within

This shop is boy and girl friendly, with styles you can match with a loved one if you so choose. This husband and wife owned shop encourages couples to browse around together. They have many hard to find brands such as Reigning Champ, Objects Without Meaning, and Hannah Dorothy.

174 Franklin St, (347) 889-5798, no website

10. Pilgrim Surf + Supply

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Via Pilgrim Surf Supply

Gwyneth Paltrow fans, your attention please. Academy Award winning actress loves this surfer styled boutique. Perfect for your weekend beach getaway attire.

68 N 3rd St, (718) 218-7456

11. Jill Lindsey


Via Jill Lindsey

This boutique may just be the best of all, just for considering that its a coffee shop in the morning and wine bar by night. After looking around the different brands, you could attend an event at this location that ranges from tarot readings to print making classes. Versatile to say the least.

370 Myrtle Ave, (347) 987-4538

Image courtesy of Anthom

Written by: Jessica Montgomery

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