Shopping local feels good and it supports our local economy, but there’s also something exciting about finding something unique that you couldn’t find anywhere else. These four Pittsburgh boutiques carry interesting finds to add style to your wardrobe and your home. 

The Loveliest Coffee & Clothes

The Loveliest Coffee & Clothes lives up to its name. Located in Sewickley, this coffee shop and boutique is the inspiration of Kathryn Richardson who came up with the concept while traveling with family. The boutique carries unique tunics, tops, dresses, rompers and jumpsuits. The Loveliest Collection also features some Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania love. (Who couldn’t use a “pgh” hat or sweatshirt?) 

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Photo Credit: The Loveliest Co.

Beyond the trendy and comfortable clothes, a big reason to stop by The Loveliest is because of the coffee. They have a machine that prints coffee art on milk foam. You can send your own quotes or pictures from your phone to the machine, or get one with an existing design.  

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Photo Credit: The Loveliest Co.

The Loveliest is located on Beaver Street in Sewickley. Be sure to hit up Sewickley this holiday season as well — you’ll feel like you stumbled into a Hallmark holiday film. 

No. 14

This boutique is a must-see in Lawrenceville. No. 14 offers chic and trendy pieces in an ideal location along Butler Street. The light and airy location is a fun place to stop if you’re shopping in the area. Their clothes are perfect for that city-living look. 

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Photo Credit: No. 14, Facebook

The boutique, which opened in 2014, also offers refurbished furniture and gifts. Stop by the brick-and-mortar store, or shop online with free shipping. No. 14 is on our list of the best one-of-a-kind boutiques in the city. 

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Photo Credit: No. 14, Facebook

Figleaf Boutique

This boutique channels a youthful vibe. With their first location in Ohio near the Ohio University campus, Figleaf Boutique has a Pittsburgh location on Carson Street. Figleaf carries a large inventory of young women’s clothing, jewelry and accessories. 

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Photo Credit: Fig Leaf, Facebook

This is a great place to go when the seasons start to change and you need to freshen up your wardrobe at an affordable price. Check it out the next time you’re in the South Side! 

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Photo Credit: Fig Leaf, Facebook

Bellwether

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Photo Credit: Bellwether, Facebook

Another perfect find in Sewickley, Bellwether is a lifestyle store that offers clothing, home goods, beauty products, and accessories. A high-end boutique, Bellwether has a curated inventory of chic pieces that will look great year over year. Bodysuits, coats, dresses, jeans, jumpsuits, rompers — Bellwether carries it all. They also offer leather bags, hair accessories, and makeup among other things. 

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Photo Credit: Bellwether, Facebook

You can get some Pinterest-perfect home goods here as well. Bellwether offers home accessories like frames and coffee table books, as well as cute kitchen items and office supplies.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Emily Munk

A Pittsburgh transplant, Emily moved to the city in 2016. She loves traveling, training for races, finding new places to eat (all for you, MadeinPGH readers), doing anything in the cultural district, and volunteering with Pittsburgh Young Professionals. In addition to being a MadeinPGH contributor, she is the senior content marketer for a Fortune 500 supply chain solutions company.

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