The Guide

clothiers in Charlotte
clothiers in Charlotte

The men and women of style responsible for the best boutiques and clothiers in Charlotte.

Adair

Sydney Cook, owner of Adair Style Studio, took a big leap of faith by following her dream of owning a boutique. In August of 2014, Adair opened in Concord, NC to open arms and is now the hub for clients to style all aspects of their lives. At Adair, you can find all kinds of apparel, accessories, items for interior design, and gifts for the most fashionable people in your lives.
• www.adairstylestudio.com

Amina Rubinacci

Jeannie Demarco and Stuart Yochem are the mother-daughter team behind Amina Rubinacci. Known as “the queen of wool,” Amina Rubinacci is undeniably one of Italy’s most important fashion houses and Amina Rubinacci Charlotte is one of only four US flagship boutiques. Admirer of the line’s ease of wear and understated elegance, owner Jeannie DeMarco selected Specialty Shops SouthPark as the perfect home for the full Amina line of stunning Italian clothing, shoes, handbags, clutches, wallets, belts, outerwear, scarves, eyewear, perfume, candles, jeans, basics, and jewelry.  
• www.aminarunbinaccinc.com

Lotus

Effie Loukas envisioned the Lotus concept during an inspirational buying trip. She realized that great fashion was not about cost, but more about a unique look. The lotus is a beautiful ancient flower known for thriving and blossoming regardless of its surroundings. Thus, Lotus Boutique was born, a store where style is not based on a price tag, but rather on looking and feeling fabulous. At Lotus not only do you find chic outfits, but you also sip champagne, laugh with friends and let your beauty blossom.
• www.lotuslook.com

Capitol

Laura Vinroot Poole founded Capitol in 1997 and has since garnered attention for bringing one-of-a-kind designs and international fashion to North Carolina. In addition to Capitol, Vinroot Poole houses yet another luxury boutique upstairs. Poole Shop helps solidify the owner’s desire that Charlotte women never lack interesting retail options and customers travel hundreds of miles for the privilege.
• www.capitolcharlotte.com

Doll . (a boutique)

Doll. (a boutique) owner Trish Bennett’s mantra? “If people aren’t talking about your outfit, you need to go home and change!” Located on Selwyn Avenue, Doll brings the hottest and latest celebrity fashions seen in New York, LA and Miami to Charlotte.
• www.dollaboutique.com

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Pink Hanger

The pink walls within this adorably, classy boutique set the scene for a trend setting well-edited collection of dresses, denim, tops, accessories and jewelry. The boutique’s knowledgeable attentive salespeople can help you find the perfect look for your next weekend adventure, day at the office, date night, or special event.
• www.pinkhangeronline.com

Splurge

The Providence Road boutique offers a substantial variety of the best fashions from some of the most well known brands including Alixx, Cullen, Gigi Handbags, Leo+Sage,  Sylvia Benson, and many more. Splurge also carries some absolutely beautiful jewelry, handbags and totes, as well as other gifts and accessories.
• www.splurgecharlotte.com

TRC–W

Housing exceptional collections such as Brunello Cucinelli, Hugo Boss, Walter Voulaz, Peserico and Inhabit, among others, TRC-W is a modern shop for women. Working with both European and American designers, every item is meticulously judged on its quality, style and functionality. The remarkable results are collections not readily found at other local shops.
• www.trcstyle.com

Coral

Coral owner Sormeh Hafezi has meticulously curated a remarkable selection of emerging and established brands creating an unbelievable shopping experience in Dilworth. Housing women’s clothing and accessories, plus fine and fashion jewelry, there’s always a new layer to uncover at Coral.
• www.shopcoral.com

Copper Penny

Copper Penny collections are curated with a Southern eye aimed at capturing the effortless beauty that embodies Charleston’s unique cosmopolitan style.  The store at Charlotte’s Phillips Place is the first North Carolina Copper Penny franchise.  Opened by fashion enthusiast Tracy Alexander,  Charlotte’s Copper Penny offers everything you need to compose a distinctive wardrobe – designer clothing, footwear, jewelry, and accessories – selected expressly for you by an expertly trained staff.
• www.shopcopperpenny.com

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Luxe Angel

Now open on Governor Morrison Street, Luxe Angel is a boutique for both men and women featuring the best in Boho fashion, denim,  and handmade jewelry.
• www.luxeangelboutique.com

Blue Hem

The much anticipated Blue Hem is one of Charlotte’s premium jean stores offering the most fashionable high quality denim in today’s industry for both men and women. With a wide variety of denim products in stock, Blue Hem is the destination for the jean enthusiast.
• www.blue-hem.com

Paul Simon

A menswear staple in Charlotte since 1975, Paul Simon, and counterpart, Paul Simon Women, offer fashion for those with a discerning taste and style. You can find everything you need from business to casual, and sportswear to formal wear including brands like Hugo Boss, Peter Millar, Eton for men and Frascara and Lafayette 148 for women. If you need a little help putting it all together, Jon Simon and his professional staff are always nearby to lend a hand.
• paulsimonco.com

Revolution

Brandon Viebrock’s Revolution is the go to spot for those that appreciate eclectic and trendy style. They carry everything from men’s and women’s apparel and accessories to home decor. For the best in mens and womens wear visit the East Boulevard shop located in the Dilworth neighborhood today.
• shoprevolution.com


clothiers in Charlotte

Taylor Richards & Conger

Top notch personal service and staff, hand curated men’s and women’s styles, attention-to-detail and superb quality are what you can expect from TRC. Their selection of designers like Brunello Cucinelli, Canali, Billy Reid, and Ermenegildo Zegna are regarded as the finest in the fashion world and considering that TRC is a consistent winner of the Esquire Magazine’s Gold Standard award of excellence in men’s clothing, so are they.
• www.trcstyle.com

Abbeydale

“Modernism with a dash of nostalgia” is Abbeydale’s mantra, and fit and personal service is their mission. Owner, David Watkins is single-handedly trying to bring back the forgotten era of the gentlemen with his offerings of bespoke and ready to wear menswear, shoes and accessories. We could very well see the next great American heritage fashion label come from right here in Charlotte.
• www.houseofabbeydale.com

Bruce Julian Clothier

Bruce Julian, one of the best personalities in all of Charlotte, is known for his sophisticated sense of style and you can immediately see this sophistication when you walk into his beautiful Selwyn Avenue haberdashery. With top quality designer brands, a fun atmosphere, and Bruce’s  famous bloody marys readily available, Bruce Julian, the store, is a destination for the fashion enthusiast.
• www.brucejulian.com

The Sporting Gent

Owner Marc Williams has created a gentleman’s clothier that carries one of the best selections of specialty gifts, locally made, and  outdoor and casual brands in Charlotte including Duck Head, Beretta, High Cotton Ties, Hardy Fly Fishing, Yeti Coolers, Williams Knife Co. and much more.
• www.thesportinggent.com