10 Favorite Boutiques for Holiday Shopping in Metro Phoenix

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With the holidays in full swing (and our endless shopping lists in hand) we've wrangled this list of 10 boutiques in the Valley that will make any remaining gift-buying trips a breeze.

10. Poor Little Rich Girl

What: Poor Little Rich Girl deals in lightly used, and usually pretty new, designer items. You'll find killer accessories here, from Coach bags to Tory Burch ballet flats.

Where: PLRG has two locations. One in Uptown Phoenix at 1576 E. Bethany Home Road, and a second in Arcadia at 3730 E. Indian School Road.

Price Range: $-$$

9. Blueberry Deluxe

What: Blueberry specializes in ladylike pieces that wouldn't look out of place on Mad Men, with occasional touches of flower child and rocker fun tossed in for good measure.

Where: Find Blueberry (and, if you're lucky, the shop's namesake pug)  in the Melrose District at 702 W. Montecito Avenue or call 602-717-8376.

Price Range: $$


What: Street gear like sunglasses, wallets, and other fun whatnot are among the dude-friendly finds at ICON.

Where: Visit 414 S. Mill Avenue in Suite 121 in Tempe or call 480-420-6455.

Price Range: $

7. Sunset Clothing Xchange

What: Sunset carries a solid selection of originally tagged, lightly used, and vintage items, ranging from skater wear to party dresses.

Where: Sunset is located at 601 W. University Drive in Tempe.

Price Range: $-$$

6. Jam

What: Shop at the welcoming historic bungalow that houses Jam for jewelry, home goods, and art.

Where: 6938 E. First Street in Scottsdale.

Price Range: $$

5. Bunky Boutique

What: This go-to place for comfortably chic clothing downtown carries men's and women's clothing, as well as accessories. P.S. - Bunky's having a sale this weekend, click here for details.

Where: Across the street from Phoenix Art Museum, Bunky's address is 1437 N. First Street. 

Price Range: $$

4. Frances

What: From head-to-toe outfitting to jewelry, menswear, and even kitchenware and pet accessories, Frances runs the gamut as far as small, stylish boutiques go.

Where: Find Frances in the Medlock Plaza at 10 W. Camelback Road.

Price Range: $-$$

3. Butter Toast

What: Vintage finds with a fringed hippie sort of naturalist twist are Butter Toast's specialty.

Where: Butter Toast is located just off Roosevelt Row at 908 N. Sixth Street.

Price Range: $

2. Hub Clothing

What: Hub is a beautifully curated shop full of raw denim, rugged button downs, all-terrain bags, and durable boots. Think fashion forward sportswear like Pendleton and Diesel. 

Where: This boutique is located at 7014 E. Camelback Road in Scottsdale

Price Range: $$

1. Fashion by Robert Black

What: Here you'll find high-end designer vintage pieces, where labels such as Yves Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana, and Dior aren't tough to find.

Where: Visit 7144 E. First Avenue in Scottsdale or call 480-664-7770.

Price Range: $$$

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