The Lucky Store Directory

Philadelphia

Leehe Fai

A faultless hybrid of weekend-ready and office-appropriate clothing is the main reason to swing by here, but don't overlook the small-but-noteworthy selection of slouchy, unembellished leather bags or the rear racks of stellar eveningwear (often on sale).


133 S. 18th St., 215-564-6111, leehefai.com

Lost + Found

Affordable items for every season make the dependable collection at this unassuming boutique a hit. Sift through the racks for cap-sleeved tees from Bobi and wrap dresses and trench coats from Tulle. And don't miss the pumps from Seychelles and sandals from Pink stacked on the floor, or the bags from Rootote on the back shelves.


133 N. Third St., 215-928-1311

Matthew Izzo

Interior-designer-turned-retailer Izzo has a two-story all-white store: The first floor is devoted to clothing lines like Obakki and Commune while the second houses furniture and home accessories.


151 N. Third St., 215-829-0606, matthewizzo.com

Open House

Earthy home goods, colorful melamine dishware, pint-size vases designed to hold just a single bud, and other bound-to-be-adored gifts proliferate at this neatly organized design resource.


107 S. 13th St., 215-922-1415, openhouseliving.com

Petulia's Folly

Done up with an engraved wood entry arch from Zanzibar, Petulia's is famed for home and wardrobe essentials that reflect its global-modern aesthetic, including Clu T-shirts, Eugenia Kim hats, Hanni Y. dresses, and Nicholas K jackets.


1710-1712 Sansom St., 215-569-1344, petuliasfolly.com

Plage Tahiti

The interior of this weekend- and vacation-wear shop—luxe, narrow, and space-maximizing, like a cruise-ship suite—is the perfect complement to its beachy merchandise: linen tunics, piles of flip-flops, stacks of tissue-weight tees, and skimpy yet elegant Brazilian bikinis.


128 S. 17th St., 215-569-9139

Sailor Jerry

Jerry's iconic tattoos live on in this shop. Big, bright windows and octopus-shaped chandeliers illuminate a girly collection of top-handle tote bags, shirtdresses, cotton tunics, and pencil skirts toughened up with the anchor, wing, and skull graphics we love.


116-118 S. 13th St., 215-531-6380, sailorjerry.com

Smak Parlour

Mismatched chandeliers and carousel horses serve as decor at this shop owned by locals Abby Kessler and Katie Loftus. Area tailors whip up the pair's cute under-$100 creations, which include party-worthy dresses and straightforward tunics.


219 Market St., 215-625-4551, smakparlour.com

Sugarcube

Proprietress Elisa Buratto stocks her industrial-inflected space with a well-edited mix of vintage pieces from the '60s and '70s.


124 N. Third St., 215-238-0825, sugarcube.us

Third Street Habit

Vintagey dressing rooms, antler-shaped racks, and a velveteen love seat set an appropriately feminine mood at this boutique that features a forward-thinking assortment of labels (Isabel Marant, Iro, Rag & Bone, Jas M.B.).


153 N. Third St., 215-925-5455, thirdstreethabit.com
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