After two hours in a chain store, I actually had more luck finding clothes that fit me and my style at Listen.
If you’re looking for something that’s locally designed, or just something unique, try shopping local for clothes.
Check out the beautiful clothing at Revolution in White River Junction. Their clothes are from independent designers, vintage, rebuilt, and surplus from 7th avenue, so you know when you shop at Revolution you’re getting a unique product. As I browsed I found at least five pieces I wanted to try on and was excited to see I could afford the clothes too. The shop is not just for women either. They have a nice selection of men’s clothing too. Want to relax while you shop? Check out their wireless espresso bar.
Fat Hat Clothing
Fat Hat Clothing has stores in White River Junction and Quechee. What’s great about this store is you’ll know that you’re supporting a local business where even the clothes are made local. There are local seamstresses in Quechee who make custom pieces and the rest is made in New York. I touched the fabric as I talked to Carol Lang, who runs the White River store, and knew it would feel like heaven on my skin, so comfy. You should definitely check them out.
If you want to have a shopping experience checking out different stores your best bet would be Hanover and Woodstock, which have the most clothing stores. You can also find clothes at the Powerhouse Mall like Phoenix Rising and Clays. Plus try Listen and Pink Alligator for great thrift store finds.