10 Best Clothing Stores in Tucson: Fashion Finds in the Old Pueblo



Our relationship with clothes is complicated: we love the way we look, or we hate the way we look. There's no doubt that clothing elicits strong feelings and reactions, which is why it's so important to keep your wardrobe stocked with pieces that make you look and feel your best.

Tucson's best clothing stores offer you plenty of choices, whether you're seeking casual wear, active wear, or the most elegant formal attire. In Tucson, Maya Palace has been dressing women in high-end formal wear since 1977. Along with gowns (including bridal gowns), you'll also find a selection of more casual dresses. This is also a good destination for upscale accessories. 

If you're looking for men and women's apparel made from the organic natural fabrics, Fed By Threads is a Tucson boutique that creates American-made t-shirts, dresses, pants and skirts. Even better, the store will donate 12 meals to the Southern Arizona food bank. Looking good has never felt so good.

For high-end clothing minus the full high-end price tag, check out Posh Boutique in east Tucson. The shop carries designer pieces that you can pick up for a fraction of the original cost. 

Finally, if you need to look good on a small budget, stretch your dollar with a visit to Buffalo Exchange. The downtown Tucson location features a well-stocked assortment of gently-used vintage and designer finds, as well as new products and accessories. 




When you need a stylish new dress, top or jeans, head to Pitaya. Located in Tucson's popular Main Gate University District, this charming boutique is perfect for fashion-forward ladies looking to inject their wardrobes with color, texture and...  Read More


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This fine store for women's and men's clothing offers an appealing combination of fashion and comfort. Look for pieces for casual weekends or more upscale items suited to a professional setting. Many pieces have the Southwestern accent that...  Read More




Clique is a locally owned women's fashion boutique located in the scenic Catalina Foothills of Tucson. The boutique has a fun and stylish inventory of casual and stylish women's apparel. The inventory is always changing, but pieces are carefully...  Read More




Creations Boutique in Tucson specializes in new and unique fashions. This eclectic clothing store is located on Fourth Avenue in the heart of Tucson's bustling arts district. Although much of the selection here is geared towards juniors and...  Read More


Buffalo Exchange


Buffalo Exchange is your one-stop shop for "new and recycled fashion." With a large student population, Tucson-area Buffalo Exchange boutiques are always bustling. You'll find all the latest, trendy fashion trends, along with a steady stream of...  Read More




Looking for high-end apparel, but don't want to pay full price? Head to Posh Boutique in Tucson, which specializes in high-end designer clothing and accessories. The inventory at this specialty consignment shop is always changing, but Posh...  Read More


Maya Palace


Fashion delights from around the world. Large selection of colorful, washable silks, cottons, and rayons. Specialty bridal and accessories shown by a friendly, helpful staff. These clothes are as unique as they are beautiful. The selection at...  Read More




If you're looking for unique, fashion-forward finds, check out Avenue Boutique in mid-town Tucson. The independently-owned boutique features top brands like Gestuz, MinkPink, Plastic Island, Sheila Fajl, Rebecca Minkoff, James Jeans, Blank...  Read More




Established in 1994, Zoe's is both a boutique and a gallery that brings together some of the best local designers and artists in Tucson. This hip, youth-oriented boutique specializes in women's apparel and has earned a reputation for having the...  Read More




Fed By Threads sells high quality men's and women's apparel with a truly unique twist: for every item sold at the clothing boutique and online store, the company will provide 12 emergency meals to hungry Americans. Fed By Threads is the...  Read More


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Meet Patricia Escarcega

Patricia Escarcega has lived in the Arizona desert since she was a teenager. She works as a writer and editor in Phoenix with her four dogs and two cats.

She received her MFA in Creative...  More About Patricia

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