Eight Great New Spots To Shop In Philly This Summer

Fresh boutiques, shops and a flower market to check out this season...

Last year, Philadelphia was named the second best shopping city in the world. Since then, the city’s shopping scene has only grown.

Brick-and-mortar independent boutiques are popping up left and right, along with department stores like Nordstrom Rack and Century 21 and summertime pop-up markets like the Franklin Flea.

Whether you’re looking for the trendiest gear or some one-of-a-kind home décor, Philly has the shop for you.

And with Philly’s new stores, there’s a lot to check out this sunny season.

Filbert Street Flower Market

For the first time, Philadelphia will have an open-air botanical market. Thanks to a partnership between Reading Terminal Market and the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, shoppers can pick up fresh flowers, enjoy live plant demonstrations and much more on a monthly basis.

Filbert Street Flower Market

When:June 25, July 30, August 27, September 24
Where:Reading Terminal Market, Filbert Street between 11th and 12th streets

www.readingterminalmarket.org

Egan Rittenhouse

Egan Day, the Rittenhouse neighborhood's fine jewelry and museum-quality decor shop, has opened an gorgeous new sister store inside of The Rittenhouse hotel. Egan Rittenhouse houses several concepts in one jewel-box space: a floral design boutique with arrangements by designer Matthew Muscarella and a lifestyle store with resort-appropriate clothing, gifts and accessories, including loungewear by Loup Charmant, Teresa Change pottery and luxe children’s toys.

Egan Rittenhouse

Where:The Rittenhouse Hotel, 210 West Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia

eganrittenhouse.com

Ps & Qs For Her

Ps & Qs is a sportswear staple in Philadelphia. Recently, the crew opened a women’s shop on Pine Street dedicated to gear for the ladies. The shop’s repertoire expands beyond name-brand clothing, shoes and accessories to things like Garden-in-a-Can tins and Ps-and-Qs-brand goodies, too.

Ps & Qs For Her

Where:1018 Pine Street

psandqs.com

Fason De Viv

Fason De Viv is Haitian Creole for “lifestyle.” Developed by a mother-daughter duo, Fason De Viv in Philadelphia is fashion boutique and brand in Old City. The intimate shop offers boho-style women’s jewelry, clothing and accessories.

Fason De Viv

Where:228 Arch Street

www.fasondeviv.com

Bucks County Dry Goods

Bucks County Dry Goods has opened its third regional location, the first in Philadelphia. The Lambertville-based shop sells women’s clothing and accessories, as well as hip vintage furniture.

Bucks County Dry Goods

Where:Bucks County Dry Goods, 138 N. 3rd Street

www.bcdrygoods.com

Parisa Rugs & Décor

A boutique rugs and furniture gallery, Parisa is located in the Historic Philadelphia neighborhood in Old City. The store’s owner, Parisa Abdollahi, designs her own rug collection and hand picks pieces like colorful arm chairs and modern light fixtures.

Parisa Rugs & Décor

Where:PARISA: Rugs & Décor, 33 N. 3rd Street

www.parisarugs.com

Vestige Fishtown

This newly opened vintage boutique offers a lot more than clothing. The store, located in Fishtown, carries textiles and house wares from independent designers.

Vestige Fishtown

Where:2041 Frankford Avenue

www.shop-vestige.com

Bella Turka

Importer Koray Avci shows off his worldly artisan connections — from Istanbul to Miami — in his new jewelry shop location on Sansom Street. Evil eye bracelets, wide brass cuffs, boldly beaded necklaces and hand-stamped prayer rings make his space feel like an exotic find in a far-away souk. Look for Bella Turka's additional location on 13th Street in Midtown Village.

Bella Turka

Where:1700 Sansom Street

bellaturka.com

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