1608 Chestnut St.
The newly opened Center City branch of the Japanese casual-wear chain is perfect for reasonably priced basics and celebrity lines.
821 Market St.
Designer women's, men's and children's clothing for discounted prices. You'll find buys from Marc by Marc Jacobs, Kate Spade and more.
8th and Walnut Streets from Broad St. to 21st St., between Spruce & Market Streets
Both big names — Anthropologie, Madewell, Timberland — and independent boutiques line these streets, making for a premiere marathon shopping experience.
1300 Market St.
A National Historical Landmark, this retail shopping center is housed in the historic Wanamaker building — complete with it's own organ.
Shops at Liberty Place
1650 Market St.
A collection of well-known shops like Loft, Bath and Body Works and Jos. A. Bank Clothiers.
200 S. Broad St.
Luxury shopping courtesy of Tiffany, Nicole Miller, Williams-Sonoma and others.
Duke and Winston
1822 Chestnut St. (Center City)
Men's casual wear with an English twist. Duke, the English bulldog and shop's mascot frequently hangs out in-store.
BUS STOP Boutique
727 S. 4th St. (Fabric Row, Bella Vista)
Unique and hard-to-find shoe buys for both men and women.
241 Race St. (Old City)
A place where shoppers can both purchase items off of a wedding registry and statement jewelry, baby items and men's messenger bags.
219 Market St. (Old City)
A gal's gal destination with girly dresses, pinup inspired looks and quirky jewelry and accessories.
124 N. 3rd St. (Old City)
Boutique that houses trendy independent designers and vintage finds.
623 N. 2nd St. (Northern Liberties)
Cutesy, handmade housewares, art, accessories and clothing. Products lean a bit to the crafty side.
Various locations: 1331 Frankford Ave., 1050 N. Hancock St., and 611 S. 4th St.
The perfect home update you never knew you needed. One-of-a-kind vintage furniture, art and house finds.