10 Metro Phoenix Businesses to Follow on Instagram

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Unless you have tons of free time and a real love for shopping, keeping up with your fave local businesses can be exhausting. But if you're following the right accounts on Instagram, you basically get to window shop from your phone without expending any effort whatsoever.

The next time you're seeking shopping inspiration, check out these 10 best metro Phoenix businesses to follow on Instagram.

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) posts both men's and women's clothing. The stylish folks behind this account have a knack for putting together vintage pieces because these outfits are perfection.

If you want to be one of the first to hear about new acquisitions at

Modern Manor



), follow them on Instagram. The page is updated regularly as new items come into the store, and we find ourselves drooling over most of them.

The letterpress duo

Hazel & Violet



) posts pictures of the printing process as well as the finished products. It sorta makes us want to buy a letterpress, but it 100-percent makes us want to buy from their large assortment of coasters, cards, and other printed goodies.

The Instagram account for

Cleo and Clementine



) is like some fairy princess dreamscape 24/7. These girls seriously know how to sew, but they also seriously know how to 'gram.




) is a relative new-comer to Instagram, but we already love following them. Their photos are more staged than some (they usually use a drop cloth to showcase individual items), which makes for higher quality photos where we can actually see what's going on.

About a week ago,

Hard Goods



) hid a $1,500 chair in the desert and announced clues to find the chair on Instagram. If that's not a good enough reason follow an account, then we don't know what is.




) is a veteran Instagrammer. The account features items from the store, but also from owner Georganne Bryant's personal life. She strikes a lovely balance between the two.


Handmade Riot



) doesn't have a physical location of their own (though they do sell in some of the boutiques previously mentioned on this list), we like to keep track of what they're up to on Instagram. Just last month, they debuted their new floating bike shelf, and the pictures made us excited for our upcoming holiday shopping.

You'd think an account for a glasses boutique would be repetitive or boring, but

Framed Ewe



) totally defies expectation. Practically every time they post a new pair, we have to fight off the urge to reach for our wallet.

Meat Market Vintage



) is really good at keeping variety in their posts. You can expect pictures of both men's and women's clothing, and lots of funny vintage Ts.

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