Best Women's Clothing Stores in Copenhagen Suit All budgets

Copenhagen women are some of the best-dressed in the world, and a shopping trip in Copenhagen's best boutiques should give you a taste of the style you'll need to pull off the look yourself. This list has a selection of both high end and more affordable high street labels, as well as some great vintage finds.

Top of our list is Holly Golightly, a downtown Copenhagen clothing store that it its own words, handpicks the best labels for a selection that is as impeccable as the service. Not far is Pede & Stoffer Woman, a great store to sniff out the latest trends in Scandinavian fashion.

You don't have to wander onto the side streets to track down those designer labels, and many of our best women's clothing stores can be found on Copenhagen's busy walking street Strøget. These include Swedish chain Cos, where those on a tighter budget can still find some great buys; Companys Original, a fabulously-designed, two-floor store with both men's and women's fashion; and the flagship store of Danish franchise Noa Noa, known globally for their floating, Bohemian dresses and skirts. Also on Strøget but at the top end of pricey is Birger Christensen, a furriers that has developed into one of Copenhagen's most exclusive clothing stores.

For the cutting edge of fashion, the store of Danish designer Rasmus Storm deserves a look, while Copenhagen's grand dame of department stores, Magasin du Nord, is ideal for those who like everything under one roof. Finally, great vintage finds can be had in the Pisserenden quarter around the Round Tower, including Lady Gaga's favorite Danish vintage store, Time's up Vintage, just around the corner from the iconic Round Tower.

Von Qualen
Photo courtesy of Rikke von Qualen


Located out of downtown Copenhagen in leafy Frederiksberg, glamorous vintage clothing boutique von Qualen is quite a find. Dress tailor Rikke von Qualen handpicks all the dresses sold by the store and her passion for clothing is evident - she...  Read More

Magasin Du Nord
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This historic department store is the oldest (and largest) in Scandinavia and sits grandly on Kongens Nytorv square. Established in 1890, Magasin du Nord was previously Hotel du Nord - writer H.C. Andersen once rented a couple of tiny attic...  Read More

Photo courtesy of Storm


Spearheaded by the unstoppable young Danish fashion designer Rasmus Storm, this trendsetting clothing store is like no other boutique in Copenhagen: boasting of being about 'Design Art Fashion', in addition to the exclusive of lines of both...  Read More

Noa Noa
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Founded in 1981, this Danish brand is now known all over the world for its feminine, flowing style that manages to avoid being overtly girly. At the company's flagship store, centrally located on Str?get, expect to find racks of silky dresses,...  Read More

Birger Christensen
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What started as a small furriers in the 1860s is now one of Copenhagen's most exclusive fashion boutiques. Located in the middle of walking street Strøget, the spacious, upscale Birger Christensen store continues to stock the kind of luxurious...  Read More

Time's Up Vintage
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Not far from the Round Tower in Copenhagen's attractive, cobbled Latin Quarter, Time's Up is a downtown vintage clothing store that should please anyone normally put off the well, 'vintage' feel of such stores: The decor is modern, hip and open,...  Read More

Photo courtesy of Cos


Swedish chain Cos is a new high street clothing line known for its stylish but mainstream collections in muted colors and shades of grey and brown. Cos has quickly gained huge ground in popularity, stealing much of it from its rivals and...  Read More

Companys Original
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The IC Company Store was completely renovated in 2012 and reopened as Companys Original, a high street Danish fashion store that stocks over 50 clothing brands, most of them Scandinavian: They range from the sensibly-priced Part Two and Inwear...  Read More

Pede & Stoffer Woman
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One of Copenhagen's longest-established clothing stores, Pede & Stoffer, now has two branches: One for menswear and another for women. This, the womenswear store, has two floors and sells a number of brands you won't find elsewhere in...  Read More

Holly Golightly
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If you can afford luxury (or if you simply like to window shop), this has to be one of Copenhagen's most attractive clothing stores for women's clothing: Not only for the decor, which is exquisite, but for the range of highly desirable designer...  Read More


Meet Jane Graham

After touring most of Europe in her twenties, Jane was charmed by Copenhagen's relaxed tempo and moved there from her native northern England in 1999. Four young children at home has meant...  More About Jane