When someone mentions Colorado, chances are images of “South Park” and The Shining dance in your head. For some, the last thing you think is “hot shopping”—specifically “hot Denver shopping.”
But that’s exactly what you’ll find on Denver’s Larimer Square: hot Denver shopping, chef-driven Denver restaurants and Denver bars and clubs that awaken Denver nightlife. Whether you’re attending the Denver Chalk Art Festival or Dining Al Fresco, you’ll find all tastes catered to on Larimer Square.
Got a trip planned to Denver soon? Not sure which boutique suits your style? Not to worry! We’ve got a list of five fantastic boutiques that are waiting for you!
Boutique #1: Cry Baby Ranch
No list of stylish Denver shops would be complete without Cry Baby Ranch!
At this boutique, you’ll find the fashion of the Old West made modern and hip. You’ll also discover high-end western fashion including knee-high boots such as Liberty Boot Company’s Sixties Cowgirl Boots. Cut from black leather with white flowers hand stitched all over, you can snag these boots for a cool $1,300.
At Cry Baby Ranch, you’ll find only the best of the modern West! Peruse clothing for men, women and children as well as books and furniture.
Boutique #2: Moda Man
This chic boutique is the brainchild of fashion superstars Jon Johnson and Andy Morris. Moda Man carries the hottest in men’s wear, including designer names such as Luchiano Visconti and Raffi Linea Uomo.
If high-end men’s fashion is where your tastes run, you’ll find your need in abundant supply at Moda Man.
Boutique #3: Hailee Grace
Hailee Grace first opened on the Larimer Square Walkway and has since expanded and relocated to a storefront location. This contemporary women’s boutique carries apparel with a confident, chic and effortless style.
The store aims to provide women with wardrobe staples that are chic, effortless and affordable. Every piece is under $130 and the boutique features such designers as Quay, Astr, Flying Monkey, Bobi, Z Supply and more.
Boutique #4: Frinje
Frinje first opened its doors two decades ago. The store originally opened in the Vail Valley has now spread its unique brand to Denver.
Stocking brands such as Minnie Rose, Aid Through Trade and Lavender Brown, Frinje focuses on the chic but contemporary needs of women, teenagers and children. Fun for mom and all her kids, Frinje is your one-stop shop for all the ladies in your family.
Boutique #5: Scarpaletto
Scarpaletto has been Denver’s number one shoe destination since 1979. This Mile High City mainstay carries shoes for both women and men with designs from all over the world.
They carry such brands as AGL, Andre Assous, Frye, Old Gringo, Sorel and more. With their expansive selection shoppers can find footwear for every season in Colorado.
Be sure you don’t miss their selection of handbags, jackets, sunglasses and accessories to complete your look.