Lexington, Kentucky


From Local Goods to Name Brands

Over the last couple of decades, Lexington has grown from a handful of quaint boutiques to become a serious shopping destination. We’ve added large-scale shopping centers such as Hamburg Pavilion and the Summit at Fritz Farm—not to mention Fayette Mall, the largest mall in the state of Kentucky. Today, Lexington is home to major retailers, local boutiques and neighborhood public markets like Julietta Market, all offering a different kind of shopping experience for every kind of style and every kind of budget. 


Interior of a large book store filled with bookcases. The entrance of the room has a horse head statue on a table.


Close up of a stylized "My Old Kentucky Home" print. It is hand lettered and illustrated and includes many famous places and features in Kentucky.

Antiques & Vintage

An array of antique bottles sits on a table with vintage suitcases below it and old framed paintings.

Tack & Riding Apparel

Close up of dark leather horse bridles with gold metal accents hung up in a row.
Boutiques & Antiques

For those who prefer to shop local, Lexington is home to dozens of boutiques that offer a more curated collection of seasonal apparel and accessories. If you’re more of a treasure-hunter, there are plenty of antique stores to explore—perfect for finding hidden gems or your next home décor project. 

Featured Boutiques

They're all the rage. See for yourself.


116 Clay Avenue, Lexington, KY, 40502
(859) 327-3017

A ladies store known to carry the finest lines in shoes, clothing and accessories. You can be...

Bella Rose

126 W. Maxwell Street, Lexington, KY, 40508
(859) 255-2565

A top destination for designer fashions in Lexington for more than 40 years. Whether you're getting...

Omar + Elsie

114 Old Lafayette Avenue, Lexington, KY, 40502

Top-of-the-line shoes and high-quality, unique and fun clothing, jewelry and accessories. Fall in...

Local Goods

We’re a passionate bunch. Lexington is full of people who love to make things, and those who love to sell them. From gift shops at Keeneland and Buffalo Trace Distillery to unexpected places like Third Street Stuff & Coffee, you’ll find plenty of local shops with unique, handcrafted goods to take home with you.