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The Hottest Local Raleigh Shops for Women’s Clothes

(The Triangle Trend) — Whether you’re doing some much-needed Spring clothes shopping, slightly early Summer shopping, or reverse season Winter shopping, it’s always great to shop local. You’re making sure your sales tax is reinvested where it belongs—in your community! Just think of all the employment opportunities you provide when you #shopsmall. Local small businesses need your support now more than ever, so head over to ShopSmall.com to learn how you can spread joy all year long by shopping both in-store and online. After checking out the hot local shops on this list, of course.

Mobley’s Shoes

7422 Creedmoor Rd, Raleigh, Nc 27613

Mobley’s is a great option for kid’s shoes in Raleigh. They offer a lot of brands you can usually only find online, so it’s nice to be able to try them on first and buy locally. They also specialize in women’s shoes and have a good rewards program. Great service no matter how busy they are! They are awesome with kids and getting them sized, as well as patient with kids making decisions. Just another one of those gems in Raleigh that is family-owned.

The Impeccable Pig

2043 Cameron St, Raleigh, NC 27605

For being an up-scale, on-trend fashion boutique in Cameron Village of all places, you’ll actually find the clothes and accessories at The Impeccable Pig to be very reasonably priced. You’d be hard-pressed to ever have a negative experience shopping here; the quality of the items are great, everything is really stylish, especially if you prefer preppy/chic outfits, and the staff is always friendly. We think you’ll especially love their accessories and dresses.

Uniquities

450 Daniels St, Raleigh, NC 27605

4209 Lassiter Mill Rd, Raleigh, NC 27609

Past shoppers swear that Uniquities has one of the best selections in Cameron Village when it comes to brands, styles, and budget! The customer service is consistently above and beyond what you would get elsewhere, from their friendliness the second you walk in the door to their style knowledge! The sales associates and managers offer the best help as well as fashion advice. They’ll make sure you feel comfortable while shopping and that you always leave confident in your purchases!

Voda Boutique

4209 Lassiter Mill Rd, Suite 112, Raleigh, NC 27609

The owner and staff at Voda are super friendly and knowledgeable about current fashion trends and what looks good on every body type. They’re helpful, honest, and great at helping shoppers find unique fashion pieces, accessories, and gifts to give to friends. Their selection can best be described as boho trendy with an edgy retro flare and they get new items weekly. They also carry several local artisans you can shop from as well and the location is phenomenal in the ever-growing North Hills / Midtown area.

Fierce Boutique

2 N Pettigrew St, Suite C, Raleigh, NC 27610

If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind piece or a statement piece, Fierce Boutique is the place to shop! The staff is professional, efficient, and runs an unconventional boutique serving as the number one place to shop when you want something eclectic or exclusive.  The owner Love is so professional and makes the shopping experience the best ever. Fierce always offers guests a personalized shopping experience with suitable product recommendations if asked for. This boutique specializes in “fashion-forward ensembles” and looks to ensure shoppers up their fashion game while embodying “what it means to be fierce.”

J. Alanes Fine Lingerie

419-A Daniels St, Raleigh, NC 27605

We have to give this super cute “bra-tique” the shout-out it deserves. J. Alanes will help size you on the spot and is a top recommendation for anyone looking for a bra that actually fits well. The staff is well educated, friendly, and a delight to do business with. Due to COVID, they are currently asking that you schedule an appointment for any bra fittings, so be sure to check their calendar for a slot that works for you!

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Cierra Smith | Editor

Raleigh-born writer passionate about cultural awareness and social change. You’ll typically find me somewhere studying a language, writing, or doing pilates. Consider me a health-conscious foodie with an interest in all diets and lifestyles.

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