Aside from political garb, Des Moines boasts a range of solid antique shops and boutiques. Many are in-store only, but we managed to track down five that have online presences, too.
Its residents might want to keep this a secret from the rest of the country, but Des Moines is hip. And its shopping scene reflects that.
Check out five of our picks for best shopping in Des Moines below.
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Preservation is, according to its website, “a vintage and modern lifestyle shop and photo studio” that sells clothing, accessories, home goods and more. Some pieces, like thewildly cute jacketabove, are a splurge, but it also offers some lovely,reasonably priced blouses and a bunch ofcomfortable-looking overalls that have our names all over them.
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You may remember Raygun as one of the shining stars of the presidential campaign, thanks to its eclectic offers (ahem, a shirtcovered in photos of Bernie Sanders’face). It carries a range of fun, pithy merchandise, including a shirt that deemedAmerica “as gay as” Iowawhen same-sex marriage became legal in all 50 states and more recently, a“Dear Universe, Sorry about Donald Trump. Sincerely, America”shirt.
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Aimee is a treasure trove of on-trend fashion and accessories that stocks well-known brands as well as lesser-known ones. While it does not sell clothing on the website, it ships orders over the phone through callortext. So. Easy.
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Trieste was named one of Des Moines’ top home decor stores by USA Today’s Juicein January 2016, and with good reason. This chic shop has all the makings of a cozy home. Luckily for those of us who aren’t locals, they have an online store, where they sell some of their accessories, like this too-cute$19 double dip server.
Leona Ruby is a jewelry store that features name brands as well as pieces by local designers. Its owner, Ellen Martinson, wrote that as a child she would often be found “at the zoo with an armful of bangles,” and “not much has changed.” Her website offerschokers,tassel bracelets,rings and more.
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This article originally appeared on HuffPost.