Shine, our annual pocket guide to all things Scottsdale, is out. And this year, local artist Luster Kaboom is taking readers on an illustrated ride through the city's best spots for food, drink, art, and entertainment.
Here, in no particular order, are the 10 best places to shop and thrift in Scottsdale. To see what else made the list, check out the complete Shine guide.
See also: Shine - Your Pocket Guide to Scottsdale
Barneys New York Head to Barneys at Scottsdale Fashion Square for major designer eye candy, from Alexander Wang handbags to the latest Louboutins and all things fashionable in between.
Vintage by Misty Misty Guerriero Navon recently relocated her must-see boho-chic vintage shop to Scottsdale, where you'll find Pucci, Chanel, and Yves Saint Laurent in lovely condition.
Pendleton The wares in this wool shop, which carries home goods along with men's and women's clothing, are tough to resist and soft to the touch.
Amy Inc. Trend-conscious and label-loving, this shop carries the latest in must-have women's wear from Elizabeth & James, Marchesa, and more.
Fashion by Robert Black Synonymous with fabulous fashion, Robert Black's boutique only bolsters his stylish reputation with covetable costume jewelry, ball gowns, and everyday dresses.
Antique Trove With 23,000 square feet and 130 vendor booths full of vintage finds, you'll need a map to navigate this spot; luckily, they're provided at the counter.
Rich Girls Rummage Trade in your décor for a fresh look at this shop, which also carries local artwork and an eclectic selection of furniture.
Scottsdale Marketplace Displayed throughout the marketplace's 38 showrooms are high-end and custom furniture pieces, ranging from Victorian style to Midcentury Modern.
Vintage Parlor Whether it's a shabby-chic chair or a retro-style dining set, you'll find something in this budget-friendly small shop.
Nido This vintage furnishings shop specializes in mid-century home goods like Danish teak chairs, artwork, and kitchen tools.
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