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Within steps of downtown hotels, you’ll find major national retailers like Macy’s and Nordstrom (and its bargain-geared sister, Nordstrom Rack), and flagship stores from locals Nike and Columbia Sportswear. There are also many only-in-Portland boutiques, including the newest shops in the West End.
Pioneer Place, downtown’s shopping center, holds nearly 100 stores, including top brands like Apple, Coach, H&M and Tiffany & Co.; and local retailer Made in Oregon.
For a handcrafted souvenir, visit the artisans at the Portland Saturday Market (open Sundays, too).
Visit the Pearl District for art, fashion and books — Powell’s City of Books occupies an entire city block and stocks more than 1.5 million new and used volumes. The Pearl includes major retailers like Anthropologie, Filson, The North Face, REI and Diesel, as well as many galleries, and local boutiques offering designer clothes and shoes.
Northwest Portland is a shopper’s paradise, featuring big names like Lush and Urban Outfitters, alongside beloved local boutiques like Blake (a designer denim mecca), Sloan, Gilt and many others.
Lloyd Center, near the Oregon Convention Center, is Oregon’s largest shopping center with 200 stores — including Macy’s, Nordstrom, H&M, Old Navy and Made in Oregon.
Bridgeport Village, southwest of Portland, features a variety of upscale shops in an open-air setting; while Clackamas Town Center, to the southeast, is connected to downtown Portland via MAX light rail.
Just 30 minutes south of Portland, you’ll find 100 big-name brands at Woodburn Company Stores, the largest tax-free outlet center in the West.