Sets the bar for independent shoe shops with a stellar selection of brands including Aerosoles, Born, Diesel, Simple, Wanted, and Dansko.
A beautifully laid-out fashion emporium, Anthropologie is aimed at the stylish thirties-and-up woman with an equal eye for whimsy, sophistication, and professionalism.
A truly unique boutique stocked with a small but exquisite selection of casual clothing and accessories made from organic, recycled, and sustainable materials.
Has fedoras, Panama hats, Stetsons, fancy felt church hats, Kangol caps, hats especially for big heads, and more.
Whether you're a serious skateboarder or a curb squirrel, Bows & Arrows is your one-stop shop for Nike, Vans, Converse, and the like for men and women. Also carries accessories like sunglasses, hats, and backpacks.
At this used clothing store you'll find a mixture of vintage items, stuff from overseas, and, yes, barely worn H&M and Forever 21 clothing.
Housed in a gorgeous old building next to the Alameda Museum, the sleek specialty sneaker boutique carries Vans, Nikes, Keds, Converse, and more, along with a curated selection of clothing.
Dr. Wong will give you a thorough eye exam and afterward help you pick the ideal frames for your look and your pocketbook. Styles start at $42 and stop at, well, Moschino.
The shoe store has a small yet refined selection of stylish, comfortable shoes for men, women, and children (and incredibly attentive customer service to boot).
This owner-operated shop carries a wide selection of eyewear designers, including Oliver Peoples, Paul Frank, Ray-Ban, and Chanel.
This exquisite boutique carries jewelry, shoes, purses, and home and body accessories.
A century-plus-old chain hat shop dedicated to the fine craft of hat-making.
A superstore where you can pick from hundreds of styles, including a particularly vast array of dress hats.
Sells carefully curated vintage clothing and shoes.
The optometry office sells distinctive, flattering frames made from the lightest, thinnest, most flexible materials.