Lucky for us, many shops also offer online shopping, so even if a trip to St. Louis isn’t in your future, you can still take advantage of its wide-ranging shopping scene. Take a look at our six picks for some of the best shopping in St. Louis.
Parsimonia is “vintage for the modern world,” which sells sweet dresses, sets, suits and accessories in up to a size XXL, including a flower-adorned halter two piece set that has our name written all over it.
Fauxgerty is, according to its website, “a collection of cruelty-free womenswear focused on sustainability through recycled elements and ethical production.” Shop wrap dresses, faux suede jackets or our personal favorite, a $40 “plant killer” tank top.
Honey’s Child Boutique is a goldmine for fashionable clothing in extended sizes. Crop tops and mesh, form-fitted dresses are abound on its website, where items go up to a size 5XL.
Calling all mid-century modern furniture lovers, this quirky store is for you. Rocket Century ships within the United States and features all kinds of fun, vintage furniture, seating, lamps and more. And at good prices, too.
St. Louis has no shortage of funky, rare and obscure record shops. Luckily for us, at least one ― Music Record Shop ― has an online presence, too. Hailed for its wide selection of vinyl and CDs, you can find music from a whole range of genres here, and at a great price.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.