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Frances May

Named for the owners’ family matriarch, a former schoolteacher, this downtown indie-designer boutique offers uniform-hip wearables (Wood Wood smock dresses, A.P.C. slickers, Dieppa Restrepo oxfords) with dangling price tags that look like grade-school flash cards. Even cuter? The proprietors are a grandmother/granddaughter dream team. 1013 SW Washington St., 503-227-3402, francesmay.com

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Stand Up Comedy

The wearable (Henrik Vibskov shirtdresses), the readable (Japanese periodicals) and the wacky (extension cords that look like prayer beads) converge at this small, minimalist boutique for all things cutting edge. 811 E. Burnside St., 503-233-3382, shopstandingup.us

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Canoe

Imagine the MoMA design store, only more meticulous. Innovative globally sourced home goods, like Swedish spice grinders and Danish carafes, are displayed gallery-style, complete with wonky exhibit labels. 1136 SW Alder St., 503-889-8545, canoeonline.net

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Blake

When Blake Nieman-Davis moved his denim shop to a former Smith & Hawken, he kept the greenhouse and doubled his stock of Joe’s, RRL and Mother jeans. The shop is an enduring favorite, as is its owner, who even ran for mayor of Portland in 2012. 26 NW 23rd Pl., 503-222-4848, loveblake.com

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Animal Traffic

The best of the 
West is packed into this local vintage haunt, 
a converted dance 
hall featuring a blend of old (’60s Pendleton blankets, ’70s fringe vests) and new (chunky wool 
socks, Minnetonka moccasins). Bonus: in 2012, the owners opened a second location in downtown Portland that's packed with the perfect selection of rough-hewn workwear, as well as an online shop for farther-flung fans.

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Mississippi Avenue & Lower East Burnside

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Amalee

This newly opened spot is an oasis of color and light in a city known for its endless rain. It’s bright and inviting (thanks to its glass garage door facade), and the inventory—almost all of it priced below $200—skews to the exuberant (oversize Azaara rings) and unabashedly feminine (Virginie Castaway keyhole bodice tops).

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Flutter

Packed from floor to ceiling with an astoundingly comprehensive, charmingly discombobulated array of furniture, clothing, and bric-a-brac both old and new, Flutter is akin to the most over-the-top estate sale you could possibly imagine.

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hazel grayslayer

The snakeskin-print velvet that jewelry designer Hazel Cox painstakingly glued to the walls of her just-opened space speaks volumes about her quirky, organic, utterly unique aesthetic. In addition to her own line, which includes pendant necklaces made out of fossilized flowers and diaphanous bits of crocheted silk, she’s offering bulbous staghorn plants she grows herself, as well as leashes crafted from handmade rope.

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Idom

A former designer at Donna Karan and Peter Som, Modi Soondarotok relocated to Portland a couple of years ago to launch her own label, and along the way she opened a boutique. Inside her cozy bungalow in the up-and-coming Northeast District are chic imports from her native Thailand, Jenny Yuen’s slick leather satchels, and the colorful house line of hand-loomed cotton sundresses.

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