Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe

Since its resorts began multiplying in the 1930s and ’40s, Phoenix has acquired many high-end clothiers and leisure-wear boutiques, but you can still find the Western clothes that in many parts of town continue to dominate the fashion. Jeans and boots, cotton shirts and dresses, 10-gallon hats, and bola ties (the state's official neckwear) are still the staples. On the scene as well are the arts of the Southwest's true natives—Navajo weavers, sand painters, and silversmiths; Hopi weavers and kachina-doll carvers; Pima and Tohono O'odham (Papago) basket makers and potters; and many more.

Today's shoppers find the best of the old and the new—all presented with Southwestern style. Upscale stores, one-of-a-kind shops, and outlet malls sell the latest fashions, cowboy collectibles, handwoven rugs, traditional Mexican folk art, and contemporary turquoise jewelry.

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  • 1. Cosanti Originals

    Crafts

    This is the studio where architect Paolo Soleri's famous bronze and ceramic wind chimes are made and sold. You can watch the craftspeople at...Read More

  • 2. The Heard Museum Shop

    North Central Phoenix | Crafts

    The shop at the Heard Museum is hands-down the best place in town for Southwestern Native American and other crafts, both traditional and modern...Read More

  • 3. Wilde Meyer Gallery

    Old Town | Art Galleries

    With locations in Scottsdale and Tucson, this is the place to go for the true colors of the Southwest. In addition to one-of-a-kind paintings...Read More

  • 4. 5th Avenue

    Old Town | Neighborhoods

    Whether you seek handmade Native American arts and crafts, casual clothing, or cacti, you'll find it here. ...Read More

  • 5. AJ's Fine Foods

    North Central Phoenix | Food/Candy

    The Valley's grandest upscale grocery store, AJ's is a great place to fill your basket with exclusive local creations ranging from salsas and...Read More

  • 6. Biltmore Fashion Park

    Camelback Corridor | Shopping Centers/Malls

    Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Ralph Lauren anchor more than 70 stores and upscale boutiques in this posh, parklike setting. It's accessible...Read More

  • 7. Camelback Market

    Camelback Corridor | Market

    On Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm, October through May, some of the Valley's tastiest creations, from crepes to paella, can be found in the parking...Read More

  • 8. Changing Hands Bookstore

    Books/Stationery

    This bookstore has a large selection of new and used books and often features special book signings and other events with authors. ...Read More

  • 9. Cornelia Park

    Camelback Corridor | Souvenirs

    If Alice in Wonderland decided to open a store, this would be it. An eclectic mix of home furnishings, gifts, and touches of whimsy, this boutique...Read More

  • 10. el Pedregal

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    Set at the foot of a 250-foot boulder formation, el Pedregal is a two-tier shopping plaza. In spring and summer there are open-air Thursday...Read More

  • 11. Gilbert Ortega Gallery

    Old Town | Crafts

    This retailer has many Native American shops throughout Scottsdale. Prices are steep, but the products are authentic and the selection is among...Read More

  • 12. Glendale Old Towne & Catlin Court

    Antiques & Collectibles

    This antiques district has a plethora of shops and restaurants in colorful, century-old bungalows. Stroll the pedestrian-friendly streets and...Read More

  • 13. Jurlique Spa at FireSky Resort and Spa

    Spas

    With its relaxing interior, Jurlique focuses on repairing and restoring from within by relying on plant science and a combination of Eastern...Read More

  • 14. Kactus Jock

    Old Town | Souvenirs

    This somewhat kitschy Arizona souvenir store sells food, T-shirts, and some art. ...Read More

  • 15. Kierland Commons

    North Scottsdale | Shopping Centers/Malls

    Next to the Westin Kierland Resort is one of the city's most popular shopping areas. "Urban village" is the catchphrase for this outdoor pedestrian...Read More

  • 16. Main Street Arts District

    Old Town | Neighborhoods

    Gallery after gallery displays artwork in myriad styles—contemporary, Western realism, Native American, and traditional. Several antiques shops...Read More

  • 17. Marshall Way Arts District

    Old Town | Neighborhoods

    Galleries that exhibit predominantly contemporary art line the blocks of Marshall Way north of Indian School Road, and upscale gift and jewelry...Read More

  • 18. Mill Avenue Shops

    Neighborhoods

    Named for the landmark Hayden Flour Mill, this is one of the Valley's favorite walk-and-shop experiences. Directly west of the Arizona State...Read More

  • 19. Modern Manor

    North Central Phoenix | Household Items/Furniture

    If you're searching for modern, minimalist, or retro furnishings and accessories, Modern Manor might have the item to indulge your inner Don...Read More

  • 20. My Sister's Closet

    Camelback Corridor | Household Items/Furniture

    What began as an idea in this Camelback Corridor space turned into a revolution of resale clothing and furnishings. My Sister's Closet offers...Read More

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