Shopping » Detroit, MI

Shopping in Detroit, MI

With a world-class mall, where you can have breakfast at Tiffany’s, to a vintage shop where visiting celebs hunt for kitschy tees, there’s a shop for treasure seekers in Detroit.
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Bureau of Urban Living

Known as an “urban general store for city dwellers,” this ultra hip Detroit shop stocks its shelves with fun gifts and modern home goods – all created with impeccable design in mind. Located in Midtown's Canfield Lofts, the store offers everything from everyday gifts such as candles and cards to unique designer wares from Detroit artists. The collection of merchandise caters to the growing community of city dwellers who are nesting in the city. Expect excellent customer service as well as unexpected delights like gift-wrapping, a gift registry option, local delivery and international shipping.

Sole Sisters

At Sole Sisters, shoe lovers from all walks of life can find something to strut their stuff in – from stylish flats to platforms and wedges, both for work and for play. The independent collection of local stores make it their business to only purchase shoes that are not available in department stores, so customers are guaranteed something unique. A fun option for patrons is to host a shoe party in the store, complete with wine, hors d’oeuvres, and of course, discounts on shoes and the growing selection of clothing and accessories. Additional stores are located in Ann Arbor, Royal Oak and Rochester.

Somerset Collection

With 1.4 million sq. ft. of space and more than 180 stores and restaurants, it’s easy to literally shop ‘til you drop at the Somerset Collection. As the epicenter for luxury retail, Somerset is the exclusive home in Michigan to a variety of high-end stores such as Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Burberry and more – making it one of the nation’s most profitable malls. Wander the space to witness majestic fountains, beautiful sculptures and well thought-out architectural attributes, including the center’s glass-enclosed moving walkway linking Somerset’s north and south sides. 

The Spoiled Girl

For affordable prices, stylish looks mimicking fashion magazines and wonderful customer service, stop into The Spoiled Girl. The Shelby Township shopping destination is owned by a mother and daughter-in-law duo who have made it their mission to provide top-notch service. Walk in and be greeted by all things girly and fabulous – pink walls, chandeliers and rhinestones, plus a store chock-full of accessories, jewelry, clothes, handbags and gifts. Visit often as merchandise is constantly evolving with the latest trends. Patrons can also plan a shopping party with girlfriends to raise money for a favorite charity while getting exclusive discounts at the same time.

Your Nesting Place

Your Nesting Place is a unique furniture destination that boasts eclectic home décor. The shop specializes in custom-ordered Flexsteel furniture. But in addition to new furnishings, owner Chris Meredith also collects vintage and antique furniture from around the country. However, she doesn't just sell the pieces as is – she adds her own flair with paint, fabric, vintage wallpaper and other embellishments. The store has earned quite a reputation for offering truly unique furnishings, and Meredith vows to never design the same item twice. In addition, the store also offers interior design services.