Where to shop for women's clothes in Rome



While Rome may not have the international or local reputation of Milan when it comes to shopping and fashion, it certainly still packs a punch. From the high street brands to haute couture known the world over, you can find everything to suit all tastes and occasions for all occasions. A lot goes into cultivating a professional and a well-coordinated image, and clothes are a major component. That's why you want to shop smart and shop for the best. Our editors understand the importance and have vetted tons of local businesses to bring you the best women's clothing shops in Rome. From suits to separates, casual wear to evening wear, 10Best points out the top entries in the field. Among them are designers like Ferragamo to a shopping mall in Porta di Roma, just north of the city, the fashion outlet of Castel Romano to the Italian department store, La Rinascente, a favorite with the locals. Many of the high end stores are dotted along Via dei Condotti and surrounding streets like Via Frattina and Via Borgognona while all of your high street brands can be found along the popular Via del Corso. Happy shopping ladies! 




Castel Romano is the leading designer outlet complex located a short distance from both Civitavecchia and Rome. From Civitavecchia it's about an 1.5 hour drive away and many local tour operators offer day trip tours with a coach service that...  Read More




Tucked away on a discreet cobblestone street in the historical center right behind the Pantheon is one of the most sophisticated hat boutiques in all of Rome. The store, Borsalino has been around since 1857 and the stylish fedoras and Panama...  Read More


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This is where it all started. In 1918, Adele Casagrande opened a boutique specializing in furs and leather; in the 1960s, Karl Lagerfeld joined the family and what was already a successful Italian operation became an international fashion...  Read More




Artifizio is a small little women's boutique shop in San Lorenzo specializing in funky bohemian skirts and shirts, handbags, jewelry and scarves. The tiny shop serves as a gallery of sorts where aspiring designers and stylists (mostly recent...  Read More




Louis Vuitton opened its new flagship store at Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina in Rome. Everyone's buzzing about it. Critics are raving about it because the design is well, succulent and sexy. Tres magnifique or simply, bellissima. The new 1,200...  Read More




When one thinks of high-end Italian fashion, the first thing that comes to mind is Dolce & Gabbana. The former couple got their start in fashion as assistants at a fashion atelier in Milan in the 80s. Soon after, their inspiration and...  Read More




Like La Rinascente, COIN is an upscale department store located near the Vatican, but is locally famed for targetting a younger audience. The store is actually located on one of the most famous shopping streets in Rome on Via Cola di Rienzo. The...  Read More




La Perla is a sexy but sophisticated lingerie shop for visitors to the Eternal City that are looking to pick up something romantic for their Roman Holiday. Locally and now even internationally, the brand has become synonymous with Italian...  Read More




A bit of a schelp from the center of Rome is one of the largest shopping malls in the Eternal City. Galleria Porta di Roma has over 220 stores and restaurants. It also has mega multi-sala movie theater with 24 different screens.The mall which is...  Read More


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Conveniently located across from the Spanish Steps, this lively boutique will provide an entertaining shopping experience. The bright colors and trendy styles cater to young men and women shoppers. New and old hip designs combine to create the...  Read More


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