Best Shopping Boutiques in Lisbon Featured

Lisbon is home to many independent boutiques and avant-garde clothing stores. If you’re looking to accentuate your wardrobe or if you’re in search of something quintessentially Portuguese, Lisbon is the place to shop. Here are a few places you’ll definitely want to visit.

39a Concept Store

39a Concept Store is the perfect place for anyone who take fashion seriously. 39a Concept Store is a clothing store presented as an art gallery. All items on sale are displayed as art installations. The best time to shop is during the summer, as this store specialises in swimwear, bikinis, and beach accessories. 39a Concept Store also boasts a large street-art mural that is updated every so often in order to continually feature Lisbon’s current up-and-coming artists.

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Embaixada

Embaixada is a luxury-fashion boutique that sells clothing and accessories of Portugal’s top designers. Locals and tourists alike Embaixada for their high-quality custom suits designed by UOY, shoes designed by Armando Cabral, and swimwear designed by Latitid. Within Embaixada shoppers can also dine at LESS, an in-house restaurant.

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Gardenia

Before heading out to enjoy Lisbon’s vibrant nightlife, make sure to stop by Gardenia to buy a new outfit. This appropriately named boutique has a wide variety of colorful, fun pieces, from a range of Portuguese and international designers. Nicknamed “The Vanguard of Lisbon’s Fashion,” Gardenia’s collection is contemporary, trendy, and intensely artistic at the same time. Every time you visit, you’ll see something different on sale.

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A Vida Portuguesa 

A Vida Portuguesa, which translates to “A Portuguese Life,” is a specialist store with locations in Largo do Intendente and Mercado da Ribeira. A Vida Portuguesa offers a selection of scarves, accessories, shoes, handbags, gifts, and various exclusive items that truly represent the aesthetic of the unique city of Lisbon. Everything sold at this boutique is exclusively fabricated in Portugal, so if you are in search of authentic, high-quality items, or even artisanal souvenirs, A Vida Portuguesa is definitely worth a visit.

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Lisbon is home to many independent boutiques and avant-garde clothing stores. If you’re looking to accentuate your wardrobe or if you’re in search of something quintessentially Portuguese, Lisbon is the place to shop. Here are a few places you’ll definitely want to visit.

39a Concept Store is the perfect place for anyone who take fashion seriously. 39a Concept Store is a clothing store presented as an art gallery. All items on sale are displayed as art installations. The best time to shop is during the summer, as this store specialises in swimwear, bikinis, and beach accessories. 39a Concept Store also boasts a large street-art mural that is updated every so often in order to continually feature Lisbon’s current up-and-coming artists.

Embaixada is a luxury-fashion boutique that sells clothing and accessories of Portugal’s top designers. Locals and tourists alike Embaixada for their high-quality custom suits designed by UOY, shoes designed by Armando Cabral, and swimwear designed by Latitid. Within Embaixada shoppers can also dine at LESS, an in-house restaurant.

Before heading out to enjoy Lisbon’s vibrant nightlife, make sure to stop by Gardenia to buy a new outfit. This appropriately named boutique has a wide variety of colorful, fun pieces, from a range of Portuguese and international designers. Nicknamed “The Vanguard of Lisbon’s Fashion,” Gardenia’s collection is contemporary, trendy, and intensely artistic at the same time. Every time you visit, you’ll see something different on sale.

A Vida Portuguesa, which translates to “A Portuguese Life,” is a specialist store with locations in Largo do Intendente and Mercado da Ribeira. A Vida Portuguesa offers a selection of scarves, accessories, shoes, handbags, gifts, and various exclusive items that truly represent the aesthetic of the unique city of Lisbon. Everything sold at this boutique is exclusively fabricated in Portugal, so if you are in search of authentic, high-quality items, or even artisanal souvenirs, A Vida Portuguesa is definitely worth a visit.