Salt Lake City is the capital of the Utah State of America and attracts a large number of visitors each year for adventure, sports, art, theater, food and business opportunities. As the capital of Utah, Salt Lake City attracts a large number of visitors each year who are drawn to the city by the adventure, sports, art, theater, cuisine, business opportunities and more.
In such a vibrant cultural environment, Salt Lake City is also a bustling retail destination, with plenty of shops to suit every need and taste. If you’re planning to visit Salt Lake and want to indulge in retail during your stay, we’ve picked a few of the best and most quirky stores for you.
The land of salt.
This airy boutique and design studio is filled with local handmade jewelry, medicinal items and a variety of other gifts. All of the jewelry in the store is custom made in the store’s studio, with clean lines and minimalist designs, and visitors are also welcome. The store’s accessories include rings, necklaces and earrings, with the opportunity to match them with semi-precious stones. The shop also hosts classes and private events for groups of up to 8 people.
IconoCLAD is a local consignment store that offers a variety of styles of used clothing and accessories for men and women. Typical items bought and sold include fitness wear, local crafts and holiday items. The store offers 50% cash back to encourage sellers and an online account for regular customers to track their success.
THE GREEN ANT
Emerging from the post-World War II era of clean design, the popularity of mid-century modern furniture and other home décor shows no sign of abating. In Salt Lake City, this vintage furniture store is a great place to buy and sell these items, with a collection of rare mid-century modern and pop art pieces, no shortage of materials like fiberglass, aluminum, and bent plywood. New pieces come to the store from time to time, guaranteeing a surprise and delight with every visit.
Utah Woolen Spinning Mill
Utah Woolen Mills (“UWM”), a fifth-generation store serving the discerning gentleman of Salt Lake City, exudes the charm of a local family-owned business while being at the forefront of global innovation in the design and customization of men’s suits. Opened as early as 1905, the shop features fine suits and other high quality garments from around the world, and its tailor staff is considered to be among the best in the business, with a level of service that dates back to the golden age of menswear.
Golden Blood Group
What began as a relatively modest streetwear and BMX shop, Gold Blood Collective has grown into a project that combines clothing, art and music events, providing a meeting point for Salt Lake creators in the fields of photography/video production, graphic design and music production, as well as a platform for emerging artists and musicians to put their stamp on it. It’s a place that’s both a shop and a place for live music, for those looking for ideas and thoughts on everything from funky tees or hoodies.
The King’s English Bookstore.
The King’s English Bookshop in the Sugarhouse neighborhood is celebrating 43 years of “books with readers” with room after room of new books, paper curios and gifts. Nestled in a string of old buildings, it’s easy to lose track of time amidst the carefully curated piles of books. The Children’s Bookhouse is one of the best children’s bookhouses in the West. Known for hosting hundreds of literary events, a dozen book clubs and daily storytelling sessions each year, this small bookstore can satisfy anyone eager to read or browse.
Everything in Utah.
Everything Utah is a destination gift shop you can’t miss, with an astounding selection of locally made treasures and memorabilia to commemorate your experience in Utah. The store’s jewelry, gifts, T-shirts, artwork and books cover a variety of Utah adventures. There is something delightful to be found in every corner, with beautiful stones, honey products, unique Native American crafts and more. If you want to know anything about the store, just ask, because the staff here loves to answer your questions.
In the age of digital music, it takes a brave soul to open a record store, but that’s exactly what Brad Collins did in 2009, when he relaunched the label 26 years ago. It quickly gained a local reputation as a charming, old-school outpost with old-school vintage music records and CDs, books, magazines and skateboards, and a funky graphic design frequented mainly by the vinyl-loving older generation, and is now one of Salt Lake’s most cherished music mecca.
Located near Canyon Rim, Retro Betty has become one of the city’s most quirky and popular fashion boutiques since it opened in 2012. With a wide range of new and vintage clothing, accessories, kitchen gadgets, furniture and gifts, the store’s flagship collection is its chic, curated vintage clothing, spanning the 1950s and 1960s, complemented by men’s and women’s clothing from all eras. Other standouts include custom painted vintage furniture made from trendy new fabrics and reworked into something beautiful.
As the saying goes.
Step inside the historic Trolley Square Mall and you’ll find a mecca for stationery.For more than 30 years, this renowned store has been offering high-quality paper, writing instruments, business cards, phone cards, and holiday cards with custom printing services. The shop also sells perfumes and other luxury items that make ideal gifts or souvenirs.
Rocket Fizz is a favorite with kids. With over 30 locations across the country, the Salt Lake store is the perfect treat for your kids after a hard day of sightseeing. Not surprisingly, the variety of merchandise here is almost dizzying, with more than 2,000 types of nostalgic and imported candies, chocolates and toffee, and more than 500 types of bottled sodas. There is also an impressive variety of vintage and gag gifts, posters and tin plates.
The Children’s Hour is a quintessential local store with a large and loyal fan base. In addition, they offer free gift wrapping services.
HIP & HUMBLE
Hip & Humble is a female-centric, local lifestyle boutique offering a unique range of home goods, clothing and gifts. With two locations in Salt Lake City, the brand has earned a reputation over the years for its friendly customer service and impeccable collection of trendy clothing, quality accessories, one-of-a-kind gifts and fine home furnishings.
Dancin’ Crane Import
There aren’t many stores in the world that regularly host lifestyle events like yoga classes, meditation, sonic baths, and psychic rituals, but Dancing Cranes Imports does. Step inside this large store in the Sugarhouse district and you’ll feel the colors and smells of the World Market, with aisles lined with brightly colored scarves, local and foreign artwork, and the warm glow of Himalayan salt crystal lamps.
O.C. Tanner Jewelry Store
One of Salt Lake City’s most impressive shops is occupied by a historic jeweler who continues to carry the torch of traditional watch and jewelry making techniques. This luxurious shop has its own handmade collection, including several one-of-a-kind pieces, as well as a dedicated bespoke design service that allows customers to customise their accessories to suit their personal style and budget.
Ditching corporate interests, suits, and marketing trends, Zuriick is the face of hipster style.Zuriick is a professional chic footwear brand whose purple soles have earned it a global following and whose Salt Lake store is so chic. The in-store barbershop promises to give you a cool cut that will allow customers to not only walk out with new shoes, but also a brand new cut.
sundance catalog outlet stores
Founded in 1969 by famed Hollywood actor Robert Redford, the Sundance Directory Outlet Store is nestled in the beautiful 12,000-foot foothills of Utah’s Wasatch Mountain, just a few miles south of downtown Salt Lake City. What began as a mail-order catalog quickly grew into an established store specializing in Southwestern-style clothing, jewelry, accessories, home décor and gifts at clearly marked-up prices, widely considered one of the most unique shopping experiences in the area.
Becket and Rob’s.
Exquisite craftsmanship, classic and modern silhouettes and flawless tailoring are the keywords of this high-quality menswear retailer. Founded in 2009, it is the go-to shop for gentlemen in and around Salt Lake City who are looking for a special suit for a special occasion, or the perfect match for everyday or regular use.
Not only does sheepskin have personality and style, but also strength, durability and comfort, it is also said to provide a variety of health benefits to the wearer, including boosting blood circulation and helping to treat sensitive or inflamed skin or rashes. Since 1985, Alpha Sheepskin has been dedicated to providing consumers in the Salt Lake region and surrounding areas with high quality 100% Australian sheepskin products that meet these characteristics.