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Cutest Boutiques in Norman Oklahoma That You Have To Visit

The cutest boutiques in Norman, Oklahoma are the ones you find when you aren’t searching. 

I arrive in Norman on a warm, crisp fall day. Ribboned by light clouds, the sky is an unbelievable blue, piercing and soft, like Prince Charming’s eyes.

Norman is a fairytale city, a dreamy mix of small town and suburbia. On a gorgeous day like this, I’d normally take you on a tour of all the outdoor things to do in Norman. We’d stroll along paths straddled by lines of trees. We’d grab a bite from a rooftop restaurant.

But the boutiques in Norman are too powerful a draw. Like a siren, their enchanting layouts, brightly colored and winter decorated, suck me through the doors.

And I find myself wandering through Downtown and Campus Corner, over and over again, shopping and window-shopping.

In classic local fashion, grab a cup of coffee or cocoa, and let’s explore the best boutiques in Norman, Oklahoma. 

PostScript

As a stationary addict, I can’t help but bring you to PostScript, a charming little boutique just a short walk from the University of Oklahoma campus.

From sassy greeting cards to decomposition notebooks, PostScript is radically old-fashioned. An ode to classic snail mail and hand-written notes, the store swiftly mixes old with new.

We’re starting off our morning with a few laughs (or ten or twenty – you can never laugh enough) because every piece here, hand selected and oh-so aesthetic, is hilariously relatable.

PostScript: 329 White St, Norman, OK 73069, 10 AM – 7 PM

Savvy’s

Savvy’s might just be Regina George’s dream closet. The queen of chic-without-trying fashion, Savvy’s soft palette over-the-knee designs make this store one of the best boutiques in Norman.

While I’m slowly falling in love with Savvy’s, here are a few more fashion boutiques in Norman to check out before our next stop:

  • Stella Rae’s: Cute overalls, trendy jackets, and millennial-inspired seasonal wear.
  • The Clothing Bar: Southern charming pieces in a vintage-style store.
  • Lucca: From business casual to flirty date night outfits, Lucca is a buzz of eclectic options.

Savvy’s: 761 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73069, 10:30 AM – 6PM

Oil & Clay Studio

Oil & Clay is an indie art studio in downtown Norman. The local art school isn’t a boutique in the traditional sense of the word. Instead Oil & Clay is part university getaway and part community center, winding together escapist creativity and outreach.

Oil & Clay: 410 E Main St, Norman, OK 73071

Stash

Stash is a fresh-faced gift store in downtown Norman. Next to Oil & Clay, this brightly colored yellow-walled shop is hard to miss.

The store’s hand-picked pieces – fair-trade, local, or vintage – are easy to fall in love with. Quirky and cool, Stash is quintessentially Norman with a bit of a hippie edge.

And if you’re looking for cute candles this winter (or let’s be honest, any season), skip Bath & Body Works (my embarrassing go-to) and sift through Stash instead.

Stash: 412 E Main St, Norman, OK 73071

Mister Robert

Walking into Mister Robert’s Fine Furniture is like stepping into a winter wonderland.

Lit by soft yellow lights, peppered with trees, and steeped in holiday cheer, Mister Robert rings in the Christmas spirit.

As we walk in, I feel something holding me back. The patterned rugs, the gilded paintings, the artistic lamps all seem lush and lavish. 

I don’t think I can afford anything here. We should head out…

A man catches our awkward stance by the doorway and walks over.

Too late.

“Hello, have you been here before?” he asks.

“We’re just passing by,” I stutter. My hands are clammy, my legs want to pace the floor, but my body’s rigid. I feel out of place.

“There’s a clearance section,” he says, smiling.

I smile too. If there’s one thing I love, it’s a family owned business that can read its customers. 

Mister Robert is just that.

Then, Steve Calonkey introduces us to the store. And within a few minutes, we realize it’s mammoth. This is a store I can see us coming back to over and over again, shopping and window-shopping.

Within a few moments scouring the clearance room, I find a tall vase for $5. Brown paint spills artfully from the mouth and a big-eyed dog is plastered on the side. It’s weird and everything beyond normal.

But I think that’s true for all the best boutiques in Norman, Oklahoma.

Mister Robert: 109 E Main St, Norman, OK 73069, 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Did you enjoy this post on the best boutiques in Norman Oklahoma? Let me know in the comments below! As always, I love hearing from you. 

Disclaimer: This post was made in partnership with Visit Norman, but all thoughts and opinions (and Once Upon A Time references) are very much my own.

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2 Comments

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    Cynthia
    December 1, 2018 at 12:38 PM

    Stash looks so welcoming with its bright yellow facade! And everything you describe inside sounds amazing, too. The idea of an indie art studio for both the university and the community to use sounds like a wonderful way to bring the town together. And, I adore older stationary stores! You don’t see them very often but there’s something very necessary about them – the written word is important, maybe more today than ever – so I always try to find ways to encourage myself to write letters and brand new stationary always works!

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      anshula.varma
      December 10, 2018 at 1:11 PM

      I agree with this so much! I wish there were more older stationary stores around today but PostScript is a great start! xx – Anshula

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