Harper Greer designs a line of locally designed and produced clothing for "curvy girls," as well as accessories and other locally made items.
A superstore where you can pick from hundreds of styles, including a particularly vast array of dress hats.
A shop offering flat-rate repairs for MAC computers.
The weekly flea market features vendors slinging new and used goods like bicycles, records, antiques, and more.
A pop-up gallery and boutique that features works by emerging and established East Bay artists.
With new and vintage clothing at low prices.
Part of the popuphood initiative in Old Oakland, the shop sells items like uncommon home and personal accessories, jewelry, and clothing.
A slow-fashion boutique, gallery, and design studio that sells handmade garments made from scavenged, re-purposed, and otherwise sustainable materials.
Wholesale and retail flower market serving wedding planners, florists, churches, funeral homes, and the like, as well as the general public.
A lifestyle boutique that sells men's and women's clothing, accessories, surfboards, skateboards, grooming products, books, magazines, and vinyl.
The retail storefront for the company that brought you the now-iconic Oakland "roots" logo. Chances are you don't go more than a day or two without seeing someone in The Town sporting one of those trendy T-shirts emblazoned with the tangled Oakland tree.
In addition to an assortment of Oaksterdam clothing, the shop stocks pipes and cannabis-themed novelty items.
A multicultural retail and dining destination.
Sells pianos and holds concerts.
Stocks a wide selection of beauty, nutrition, personal care, and medicine supplies.