Sisters Marisa and Mariëlla Angel opened this pair of shops because they wanted to offer the area's many artists and creative types access to anything-but-run-of-the-mill clothing. Angel Basics, the original store, is largely stocked with pieces priced south of 100 euros, while Too is home to splurgier familiar-label items, like Antik Batik tunics and Anonymous camisoles.
Despite its space constraints—or perhaps as a serendipitous result of them—this cheerful garden-facing object shop takes great pains to present an enormous range of impeccably edited items, from leather bags by owner Janna Hallink to blissfully scented Catherine Memmi candles.
Situated in an old tiled butcher shop, this tableware purveyor seems straight out of another era. Cherry-print pitchers and lattice-design mugs hang from the original meat hooks, while stacks of bowls and sugar-and-creamer sets rest on wrought-iron bread racks.
This row of same-named stores consists of a vintage clothing outpost known for its affordable dresses, a recently opened shoe annex, and a dead-stock military-gear store loaded with sailor-stripe jerseys and wool navy caps.
Most shops in town tend to shutter by 6 pm, but this off-the-beaten-path spot, which only sells pieces by local labels, keeps far later hours—and sometimes stays open until 9
Kick off your tour with a stop at Sissy-Boy Homeland, one of the largest branches of the popular Dutch Sissy-Boy clothing chain, which is beloved for its broken-in cargos, earthy leather sandals, and printed gauze tunics.
Next, visit neighbor Keet in huis for loads of kid-themed trinkets that appeal equally to adults
Nearby, 90 Square Meters devotes its cube-ish space to graffiti murals and his-and-hers urban-style clothing, most of which dangles from suspended steel chains.
Wind up at the appropriately named Extra Small, a pod like retailer that stocks the most popular picks from lines like Paul Smith Women and D&G—exclusively in petite sizes.
Find the same fantastic array of designers as the hip Miami boutique.