Top 5: Jerusalem boutiques to shop till you drop

There are plenty of stylish clothing boutiques in Jerusalem to pick up a great new outfit for the High Holy Days.

September 9, 2012 12:52
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A Jerusalem institution, Shesh sell a collection of quirky, cute and seriously trendyfirst-hand clothes that the owner Anat sources from Hong Kong, Korea, China and Europe as well as from local designers. This is the place in Jerusalem to buy something a little more on the fun and original side. Many of the clothes have a retro or vintage feel but you can also pick up timeless, classic pieces as well as the latest fashion pieces.

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Another plus is that a visit to the shop in town is an experience. The small space is crammed with clothes, and the warm and friendly staff members are happy to advise customers and chat. Shesh also have a store a few doors down that specializes in European shoes and accessories, an outlet on Shmuel Hanagid Street and a newer branch in Malcha Mall.

Address: 6 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
Phone: (02) 624-2727

Couple Of

Couple Of on Hillel Street sell an exquisite collection of tasteful, bold and interesting shoes. The store was founded and is run by two Jerusalemites, Shelley and Elon, who are partners in life and work.

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The pair studied at the renowned Bezalel academy and are excited that their store is very much of a part of the Jerusalem fashion landscape. If you’re looking for a pair of shoes that are local, creative, striking and unique, this is the place to head to.

Address: 4 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
Phone: 054-258-1813

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Naama Bezalel

Naama Bezalel stores in Israel are famous for their vintage-inspired fashion. The main store in Jerusalem is found on bustling King George Street, but just across the street is an outlet that offers some excellent finds at more affordable prices.

Naama Bezalel (Courtesy)

Fans of Naama Bezalel will be excited by the new store that is opening this Tuesday.

Address: 27 King George Street, Jerusalem
Phone: (03) 723-8100

Claire Fashion

Popular with the elegant French and Anglo contingent in Jerusalem, the area of Baka and Derech Beit Lechem is lined with exciting cafes and boutiques, including the lovely Claire Fashion.

Claire Fashion (Wikicommons)

Run by a Parisian couple who are serious about bringing refined fashion to the Jerusalem scene, Claire Fashion offers a wonderful range of clothes and accessories from France and other countries in Europe.

Address: 54 Derech Beit Lechem, Jerusalem
Phone: (02) 623-2833

Rina Zin

This national boutique chain is known for its clean-lined feminine clothing. The store offers something for everyone with more tailored, structured outfits and looser, flowing items available, depending on your preference.

Rina Zin (Courtesy)

The Jerusalem store is set in a lovely location on Ben Shetach Street and blends in well into the neighbourhood of Nahalat Shiva with its Jerusalem stone and patterned floor.

Address: 13 Ben Shetach Street
Phone: (02) 674-4488 is the official website of Jerusalem offering all the latest information on things to do, places to eat and places to stay in Jerusalem.

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