Phoenix, AZ

Five Best Phoenix Local Goods Shops

Sandy Casariego

PHOENIX, AZ — Whether you are a Phoenix resident or visitor, it is not complete to leave Phoenix without a suntan, holiday gifts, and souvenirs from your trip. These five shops offer one-of-a-kind locally-made shirts, gifts, and other Phoenix-style goods to bring with you.

  • Frances Vintage

Frances Vintage offers goods shaped or printed with a cactus, from clothes to accessories, baby clothes to novelty, and home decor.

Frances also sells cool tees from Arizona-based Hello Apparel, Scoop up Jar of Buttons pin-back designs, State Forty-Eight shirts, and more.

Location: 10 W. Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ | (602) 279-5467

  • Bunky Boutique

Located inside neighboring Giant Coffee, Bunky Boutique exclusively offers AZ Love goods, including hats, shirts, and sweaters. The Boutique also sells desert-inspired gifts, from saguaro keychains to coaster sets.

Location: 1001 N Central Ave Phoenix, AZ | (602) 252-1323

  • Practical Art

Practical Art offers meaningful crafts made by local artists. They created sustainable soap bars from desert flora, journal bindings from local beer labels, and saguaro statues from reclaimed metal.

Practical Art also has a collection of designer Alex Ozers’s rugged wearables and Hecho a Mano plates of artist Gennaro Garcia.

Location: 5070 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ | (602) 264-1414

  • Phoenix General

Located in the heart of Phoenix, Phoenix General offers goods inspired by the desert, from clothing to houseware. All of the shop goods are handpicked by the owners, locally made, sustainably sourced, and ethically created.

Location: 214 E. Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ | (623) 248-8686

MADE Art Boutique

MADE Art Boutique is located in the downtown Roosevelt Row Arts District, known as the home for the local artists. The boutique shop exclusively offers Twenty6 Designs goods from shirts, handmade jewelry, to Snag wooden art.

Location: 922 N. Fifth St., Phoenix, AZ | (602) 256-6233

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