Admit it, we all like to hit the refresh button on our wardrobe. Whether you’re upping your professional polish, gearing up for the great outdoors, or just looking to look your best, new clothes can be an exciting addition and a twist on your established style.
So, if you’re itching to bring some newness to your closet, check out this list of Downtown Spartanburg’s spots to shop.
(We’ve got a helpful list of everywhere you can up your shoe game here.)
Featuring handpicked women’s clothing, accessories and jewelry, Two Doors Down has been a downtown shopping staple for more than a decade. The boutique has racks and racks of reasonably-priced and fashion-forward looks and styles available.
Partners Kelly Blackwell and Tori James bring their eye for the latest trends together with their passion for fashion to keep customers outfitted in styles suited for every look.
Everything at The Lemon Peel supports the store’ mission of giving women confidence.
The boutique, owned by Marci Kloskey, features designer shoes from well-known brands, as well as clothing and accessories for all styles and sizes. The Lemon Peel has updated its website to allow for online shopping as well, making access to their fashionista-favored inventory even easier.
Market on Main, and its products, reflect the Midwestern roots and Spartanburg charm embraced by its owner, Lisa Giaimo.
The store offers boutique clothing along with gifts and crafts from local artisans and more. The fashion-focused side of Market on Main is boosted by Stacey Johnson, store stylist, who works with customers on their design vision.
Two Cumberland’s Downtown Spartanburg location, much like its store in Mount Pleasant, embraces a “uniquely Southern” vibe and fashion.
The boutique’s selection of high-end women’s clothing was inspired by vintage T-shirts, eclectic apparel and gifts that are a great fit for any occasion.
Formerly known as Petit Armoire, Armoire is a women’s and children’s boutique specializing in contemporary clothing and accessories.
In 2019, the boutique moved up the street from 156 to 162 E. Main St. Collections at Armoire include Ella Moss, Rebecca Taylor, LillaP and more.
On the ground floor of the historic Montgomery Building is James & James Collection, a one-stop shop for menswear, custom suits and accessories. The business, started by James Jenkins, features items curated by James himself.
James & James Collection is ready to help clients with style advice, suit sizing and tailoring options to keep men up-to-date with fashion trends and ready to wow the crowd in any formal setting.
For more than 115 years, Price’s has offered gentlemanly-inspired clothing for well-dressed men.
Along with sportswear and formalwear, Price’s offers expert in-house alterations, wardrobe consultation, special ordering and tailoring, striving to make the experience of buying a T-shirt as seamless as the experience of ordering a custom suit.