8 Places to Shop (Sustainably) in Portland

One thing we love about shopping in Portland is that although there are quite a few local boutiques and shops, they all seem to have their own personality and offer a unique shopping experience. However, what makes shopping in Portland even better is that sustainability, eco-friendly style and supporting local makers is definitely high priority.

Keep scrolling to browse through a few of our favorite places to shop in PDX.


North of West | @shopnorthofwest
201 SW 9th Ave.

This bright and airy downtown boutique features lust worthy pottery, unique home goods, gorgeous jewelry and racks on racks of their houseline children’s and womenswear apparel (designed and crafted right here in PDX). From wondrous smelling soaps, candles and self-care products to artisan jewelry and more, whether you’re looking for something to dress your body, your home or your little one, you’ll find it at North of West.

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MadeHere | @madeherepdx
40 NW 10th Ave.

Welcome to MadeHere - a specialty shop dedicated to all things made and produced in Portland! While MadeHere doesn’t have a huge fashion section, it does carry some of our favorite accessory, lifestyle, food and self-care brands like Primecut (pictured below), Bridge Nine Candle Co and Claws Out. Its also home to apparel brand, Ginew (pictured below), the only Native American-owned denim collection!

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The Yo Store | @theyostore
935 NW 19TH Ave.

If color, cool prints and patterns are your jam, you’ll love The Yo Store! Curated by Sarah Radcliffe (who, in another life was a trend researcher and buyer in London), this colorful boutique is definitely a must-shop while in town. From a mix of vibrant vintage pieces to hand-selected ceramics, prints, jewelry (and more!) by indie artisans, you’re bound to find something fun and unique.

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Monochromatic | @wearemonochromatic
4067 N Williams Ave.

Carefully curated, well designed clothing for every pronoun and every-body is what you’ll find at Portland’s newest boutique Monochromatic. Shop guilt-free knowing that every piece in this vibey shop was intentionally designed and ethically manufactured by small batch artisans and brands making it easy to shop your values.

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Seaworthy | @seaworthypdx
3331 NE Sandy Blvd.

Intentional, beautiful and airy are just a few words that describe Seaworthys new digs. Located in Portland’s Hollywood district, the design studio and showroom for jewelry designer Marisa Howard, is a spacious treasure chest of goodies. From the jewelry itself to the stands they perch on, this shop is a true extension of brand. Shop the swoon-worthy handmade jewelry in the front, or pop in back and catch the Seaworthy team in action soldering, welding, polishing and hammering metals to make new bling.

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Seven Sisters | @sevensisterspdx
811 E Burnside St.

Committed to supporting women artisans and local makers, Seven Sisters carries brands that are ethically and sustainably produced and primarily woman-owned. From apparel and accessories to self-care and beauty products, everything you’ll find in Seven Sisters has been hand-picked with sustainability and ethical practices in mind.

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The Ones Shop | @the_ones_shop
811 E Burnside St #111.

If there’s one thing Portland is good at it’s collaboration, which is proven by The Ones Shop. An independent design collective, The Ones Shop is a collaborative between local designers Liza Rietz, Tiro Tiro, Revere, Sara Bergman Apparel and Marty Jean.

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Altar | @altarpdx
3279 SE Hawthorne Blvd.

Located on the historic Hawthorne Boulevard you will find Altar, an alternative boutique that sells handmade women’s clothing, jewelry and more. Laced with the essence of nature and Northwest vibes, Altar offers an edgy and bohemian spin on quality hand made goods.

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M O R E F A S H I O N

Kiriko, 325 NW Couch St.
Folly, 1005 NW 16th Ave.
Garnish, 404 NW 12th Ave.
EcoVibe Apparel, 1408 NE Alberta St.
Grayling Jewelry, 1609 NE Alberta St.
Button Consignment, 6517 N Interstate Ave.
Gather Resale, 7400 N Lombard St.
Alexa Stark, 811 E Burnside #114
Magpie, 1960 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Artifact: Creative Recycle, 3630 SE Division St.
Union Rose, 7909 SE Stark St.



DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE portland shop THAT WE DIDN’T MENTION? LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!