Run by two best friends, Ewelina Jabłońska and Marta Tomczyńska, Seeyou is a small boutique which features over 30 local brands. Shoppers browsing through the store will notice the high quality materials that come with a price tag that will not ruin a family budget. It is a great place if you are into high quality, minimalist designs.
Those looking for a more high-end experience should head to La Mania’s boutique. Currently one of the leading Polish luxury brands, La Mania is known for its classic, yet modern designs. Created with chic, urban women in mind, the minimalist lines highlight feminine physiques without sacrificing comfort.
Are you more into bright colours and cheeky slogans? Definitely make sure to visit one of the Elska stores. Shoppers can choose from almost 50 Polish brands which don’t shy away from adding a pop or two of colour. If you are in need of a small gift for a friend, check out the rack with funky socks.
For a unique, personalised bag head to Mana Mana. Run by Marcelina Rozmus, the space is part showroom, part atelier, where customers can design their own bags or repair their old ones. Colourful, high quality materials and functional designs make for a great starting point to stimulate your creativity. The prices vary between 100-300PLN.
Headpieces might have been less common in the recent years, but it does not mean they are out of style. Misstery Atelier offers hand-made hats, berets and headbands which are guaranteed to give any outfit an extra edge. A definitive must-have for all fashionistas who want to differentiate themselves from the crowd.
Definitely not for those who want to go unnoticed, Colorat is known for attention-grabbing clothes in vibrant and often surprising colour combinations. To describe their style, the four designers behind the brand – Kuba Synakiewicz, Ania Tusk-Synakiewicz, Natalia Lipińska and Sławek Lipiński – use three words: functional, timeless and unconventional. The brand uses only natural and ethically sourced textiles and materials.