Shop 'Til You Drop: 6 Locally Owned Women's Fashion Boutiques

Every girl loves to shop, but shopping local– and at well-curated, beautiful boutiques– well, you can't beat it. Anaphora shop owner Adam Pfeifer gives us the low down on where to find quality digs selected by some one Kansas City's most discerning buyers. Check out some of the best boutiques KC has to offer:

 

Finefolk (Crossroads)

 Finefolk. Photo by Anna Petrow 

Finefolk. Photo by Anna Petrow 

Finefolk is home to one of the most beautiful retail spaces in KC. Owner Leslie Fraley curates a truly unique and inspiring assortment of forward-thinking and artistic pieces. Everything you see will last forever and make sure you stand out in a crowd.

 

Clique (Prairie Village)

 Photo courtesy of Clique

Photo courtesy of Clique

Clique is a great shop for luxurious everyday pieces, whether they are trendy tops, smart sweaters, or perfectly fit jeans. The designer line up here is no joke with some household names like Frame, Rebecca Taylor, Brochu Walker, etc. The accessories at Clique are also worth a look.

 

Dear Society (Midtown)

 Dear Society. Photo courtesy of Dear Society

Dear Society. Photo courtesy of Dear Society

Instagram-worthy interiors, vintage-inspired aesthetics. Dear Society is a must-see in Midtown. Their ethereal and simple pieces give everyone the chance to indulge their bohemian side without breaking the bank.

 

Standard Style (Leawood, Plaza)

 Standard Leawood. Photo courtesy of Standard Style

Standard Leawood. Photo courtesy of Standard Style

Standard Style is a fashion person’s store. Check out the pieces you’ve seen on Instagram in person and try not to break the bank. They also stock their house label, Baldwin, known for exceptional denim and an expanding range of elevated womenswear pieces.

 

Anaphora (Overland Park)

 Anaphora. Photo courtesy of Anaphora

Anaphora. Photo courtesy of Anaphora

We founded anaphora with the goal of bringing a minimalist fashion sensibility to Kansas City. Here, you’ll find affordable international brands in a starkly decorated and modernist interior. The perfect shop for those of us with fashion “uniforms.”

 

Coco (Brookside/Waldo)

 Coco. Photo courtesy of Coco

Coco. Photo courtesy of Coco

Coco’s all about making you feel good. It’s a casual shop filled with everyday wardrobe staples at affordable prices. They’ve also got a great selection of cards, books, and apothecary. Stop by for a real small-business experience.