A List of Jersey City Boutiques to #ShopLocal

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With so many businesses expanding to Jersey City, keeping tabs on locally-owned shops has never been more important. It can get overwhelming, but don’t worry, we’ve got your back with this complete A-Z guide of locally-owned boutiques in Jersey City to support shopping small. Here’s a list of Jersey City boutiques to #ShopLocal:

Price point key: $ Affordable / $$ Average / $$$ Pricey / $$$$ Expensive

Another Man’s Treasure Vintage Store {195 Montgomery Street}

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AMT carries a wide array of items for both men and women and has actually been included in both USA today, and Elle.com’s best places to shop vintage in America — not to mention Refinery29 even listed its finds as a reason to move to NJ. The newly-added “vintage showroom” boasts a range of high-end designer, couture, and bespoke pieces — featuring brands such as Schiaparelli, Alaia, and Yves St. Laurent. Run {seriously, don’t walk} to this Jersey City gem.

Price point: $$

Kanibal & Co. {197 Montgomery Street}

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A special female-owned shop that features the most popular local and national brands {including Fish’s Eddy home products and beauty brands more widely found at Anthropologie shops}. They also host monthly DIY workshops featuring local Jersey City artists — a business plan worth standing behind.

Price point: $$

Hazel Baby & Kids {199 Montgomery Street + 17 McWilliams Place}

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A carefully curated collection of unique infant and toddler items can be found at Hazel Baby & Kids, including the most adorable Jersey City branded onesies and kiddie tees {so cute} and major brands such as Chewbeads, Pirasta, and Zutano. The cute, eco-friendly, and trendy store houses a full list of brands just for baby.

Price point: $$$

Hound About Town {218 Montgomery Street + 17 McWilliams Place}


Hound About Town is owned by the same entrepreneurs behind Hazel Baby & Kids, except with refocused priorities to cater to the needs of a furry companion. Not only do the two shops both have a unique curation of high-quality products, but they are both uber focused on their “clients” and providing the best experience and products: from food to fashion.

Price point: $$

READ: A Comprehensive List of Hoboken Boutiques to Shop Locally

Love Locked {353 Grove Street}

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Love Locked is more than a local jewelry store but also features custom wedding bands as well as gowns. Beyond that, the shop boasts creations from 97 local artists {including 30 from Jersey City} to officialize their eclectic ‘something for everyone’ vibe, including a selection of Her Velvet Vase bucket bags: a popular purchase at Mint Market in Hoboken.

Price point: $-$$$$

Mint Market {339 Grove Street + 303 1st Street in Hoboken}

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Mint Market makes it easy to find just what us Jersey girls are looking for — especially with two convenient locations. Mint Market carries fun and bold new designs, while also featuring the occasional Chanel or Gucci vintage item — if you’re lucky enough to snag.

Price point: $-$$$

Noellery {321 Grove Street + 123 Washington Street in Hoboken}


Noellery is the place if you have an accessory need. From earrings to sunglasses, Noellery carries an overwhelming large variety of goods to adorn any outfit. Their home {think bath soaps and office supplies} are also so cute if you are wanting something more unique and beyond the traditional HomeGoods finds.

Price point: $$

Tia’s Place {277 Grove Street + Grand Central Terminal in NYC}

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There’s no lack of variety at Tia’s, that’s for sure. From beads to sparkles and casual to chic — Tia’s has something for everyone. Not to mention there’s lots of space in the store which makes shopping {even with a crowd} a much more pleasant experience.

Price point: $

Vivi Girl Shop {512 Jersey Avenue}

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While the store has more of a New York City-esque vibe due to its small size, Vivi Girl Shop carries plenty of alluring brands: from Quay sunglasses to the captivating Boy Smells, Orla Kiely, Tocca, Ark & Co, and Lollia candles {seriously, worth a trip just to get a whiff of these bad boys}.

Price point: $$

VERY Lifestyle Shop {9 Erie Street}

This local thrift and consignment shop provide quality, fashion-forward, and affordable vintage clothes and goods in their teal storefront.

Price point: $-$$$

As always, our Hoboken Girl Deals Directory is constantly updated to promote special offers to help our readers support small businesses in Mile Square and beyond — so be sure to check it out {and save some bucks}.

WORD Bookstore {123 Newark Avenue}

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An independently owned bookstore and cafe {with additional location in Brooklyn for those across the Hudson and over the East River} – featuring a local author program, and incentivization for shopping small and supporting the community.

Price point: $$

See More: A Guide to the Coffee Shops of Hoboken

What’s your favorite boutique in Jersey City? Share with us in the comments and don’t forget to #ShopSmall! <3

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Genna moved to Hoboken upon graduating from the University of Tennessee to start her Marketing career at HGTV, and is most currently at The Knot in downtown Manhattan. To Genna, there's nothing better than cheering on UT football, soaking in warm sunny weather on her balcony, and watching starry-skied movies on Pier 13. You may have spotted Genna as a customer associate at Anthropologie ...that is, when she's not doing Hot Yoga or punching bags at CKO! Most days, you can find Genna circling the Mile Square on an early morning run or attempting to justify her shopping habits along Washington Street.