When Lance and I recently visited Denver, our schedule was mainly full of fun family outings and food. Grab brunch with my uncle and aunt. Meet the cousins for lunch. Bring home noodles for my grandma. Get burgers with my aunt and cousin. But one thing on my list of must-dos was a little different: take Lance to South Broadway and explore the shops.
Currently wearing… Killing Time mini dress, Free People [HERE // found on sale in store] | Jacket, Marshall’s [SIMILAR] | Thermal, Free People [HERE] | Booties, Naturalizer [SIMILAR] | Bandana, AEO [SIMILAR] | Sunglasses, Francesca’s [SIMILAR but $$$] | Maya bag c/o Fossil [HERE]
Thankfully we had time to let the snow clear before heading down there, but frankly it would have been worth it even before the sidewalks were shoveled. The glory of areas like this is you can stay pretty warm by hopping in all the shops! (Or that’s what I tell myself as an excuse to never pass up a store.)
Traveling to Denver soon? These three boutiques on South Broadway were my absolute favorite.
SEWN | Oh, Sewn. You’re such a charming store. This shop is half handmade, half vintage, and entirely fantastic.
The last time I was in Denver, I picked up a vintage suede bag for a few bucks. This time, I grabbed a hand-sewn pullover that will be featured on the site soon.
LOW BROW | Fun fact: I’ve collected vinyl figurines for about 13 years. I got Lance into it when we started dating, so our collection of Kidrobot miniatures is quite expansive. If that kind of tacky-meets-art decor is up your alley, you will adore Low Brow.
I was obsessed with Low Brow before we walked in. It was momentarily closed while we were wandering around and I kept making us walk back over and check because I could tell I was going to fall in love with the weird patches, pins, and prints. While the vinyl collectible selection was great, we bought two prints (actually pictured here) instead.
HOPE TANK | Every city needs a fun, quirky gift shop and Hope Tank delivers—and it helps local nonprofits!
Hope Tank works with 16 Denver nonprofits, and all items say on the package which organization they support. What’s better than shopping for a cause?