Topeka has a variety of small boutiques throughout town featuring the hottest ladies fashion trends in Top City. Use this handy guide to discover your favorite!
Jess and Rosie’s - 5633 SW 21st St.
Jess and Rosie’s is conveniently located off Highway 470 at 21 and Belle, the boutique features brightly-colored clothing and accessories in a fun and funky atmosphere. They have a great selection of TOMS as well as JOE’S Jeans!
Ash Boutique - 3117 SW Huntoon St.
Ash Boutique is somewhat off of the beaten path, located in Westboro Mart. Ash offers a range of moderately priced merchandise to high-end designer brands. Ash has a mixture of casual clothing, plus dresses fit for a trendy party or a night out on the town. All merchandise is hand-selected by the owner and ordered in limited quantities so each garment is special and unique to you!
Prairie Trading Co - 2900 SW Oakley Ave #M
Prairie Trading Co., located in Brookwood Village, is a gem. You’ll find designer clothing on consignment at great prices, plus a clearance rack. In addition to women’s clothing and accessories, Prairie Trading Co. features menswear and furniture.
The Pink Suitcase – West Ridge Mall, 1801 SW Wanamaker Rd
While located in the mall, this isn’t your average mall clothing store. The Pink Suitcase offers excellent customer service and merchandise hand-picked by the store owners who believe in high fashion at affordable prices.
Mainstream - 3703 SW Burlingame Rd #300
If you are passing through Topeka on Highway 470 west, Mainstream is off of the Burlingame exit. Mainstream is a franchise boutique, which originated in Minnesota and the boutique is currently in 22 states. Shoppers can check out their Facebook page to learn about their style and see the clothes modeled by REAL women!
Findables - 4032 SW Huntoon St
Where upscale meets resale, Findables is celebrating a grand re-opening on December 8th. The store is stocked with gently used clothing donated by the community. You’ll find many different styles of clothing in all sizes. They additionally carry men’s, special occasion wear and home goods. The store frequently offers sales and even has a dollar rack. (That’s where I found my “ugly” Christmas sweater with cats.) All proceeds of the sales benefit Midland Care Connection.