The Best Places to Shop in Memphis

From fabulous local art to expertly curated designer clothes—and everything in between—it can all be found right here in Memphis, Tennessee. Thanks to excellent customer service and inspiring retail experts, our local boutiques offer an unmatched shopping experience. Read on for some of our favorite places to shop in town. We hope you’re able to visit them all in person, but if not, most are able to ship anywhere in the country. So get out there and shop small, and don’t forget to tell them The Scout Guide sent you!

Kittie Kyle (432 South Grove Park Road). Kittie Kyle has so many unique styles and great quality brands. Fashion enthusiasts appreciate the preservation of their individuality by shopping here. Instagram

Lisa Mallory (Chickasaw Oaks Village Mall Shopping Center – 3080 Poplar Avenue). Lisa Mallory is the perfect shop for great gifts, registry items, and curated decor for your home. It’s our #1 stop for coffee table books and Estelle Glassware. Instagram

Shops of Saddle Creek (Poplar Avenue & West Farmington Boulevard, Germantown). Saddle Creek is the best lifestyle shopping center in the Memphis area. It’s home to so many great speciality stores and brands that we know and love. Whether you’re looking for a day of retail therapy, or a place to just pop in, the shops of Saddle Creek are perfect. Instagram

Silo Square (2903 May Boulevard, #102, Southaven). Silo Square is the ideal day trip for small town flair boutiques. Less than 30 minutes away from the center of Memphis, it has great locally owned restaurants and small curated shops. Instagram

James Davis (400 South Grove Park Road). Sophisticated retailer carrying well-known labels of traditional men’s apparel, shoes and accessories. Instagram

Cicada (307 South Lamar Boulevard, Oxford). Located in the heart of Oxford, and named one of Vogue’s best small boutiques. Instagram

Laurel Rd Antiques (680 South Perkins Road). The best curated antique shop in Memphis. Beautiful and unique finds for your home. Instagram

Stock & Belle (387 South Main Street). Everyone’s favorite stop downtown. An airy shop carrying cool, diverse wares such as funky apparel, local art and chic furniture. Instagram

Crosstown Concourse (1350 Concourse Avenue). Crosstown Concourse is a mixed-use development. Originally built in 1927 as a Sears retail store and catalog order plant, the building was closed in 1993. A 2015–2017 renovation brought in retail, restaurants, office spaces, and apartments. Instagram

Lori James (4544 Poplar Avenue, #101). This contemporary boutique is a great stop for unique quality pieces that you will reach for in your closet time after time. Instagram

Babcock Gifts (4538 Poplar Avenue). Unique and thoughtful gifts for all. Instagram

Social (600 South Perkins Road). Gift boutique nestled in the heart of Memphis, offering an array of antiques, gifts, local art, baby items and more. Instagram

Indigo (6150 Poplar Avenue, #110). The ultimate shopping destination for the latest trends. We love their denim. Instagram

Oak Hall (6150 Poplar Avenue, #146). Stylish clothing outpost stocking designer apparel for men and women, plus gifts and accessories. Instagram

ARCHd (65 Monroe Avenue). Located downtown, ARCHd uses marble and wood to make handmade feminist decor with original artwork. They offer a large variety of items that make great feminist gifts. Instagram

Businesses in bold indicate they are The Scout Guide Memphis members.

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