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Wellington's compact nature makes a day visiting the boutiques an absolute pleasure, even when you've picked up a few shopping bags along the way.
Catering to both men and women, Rex Royale and Area 51 on Manners street are all about making sure you're looking top-notch at all times. If vintage is more your style, Ziggurat, Hunters & Collectors and Emporium will see you right.
Madame Fancy Pants, Frutti and twenty-seven names all live on Cuba Street and house special pieces for fashion-forward females. For men, a locally designed gem from Mandatory Menswear never goes astray!
At first an unassuming street which reveals high-end shops, galleries, eateries and specialist food stores.
You'll find plenty of New Zealand designed goodies at Harry's and Karen Walker on Wakefield Street, just a stroll away from Man to Man on Victoria Street if you're looking to drop him off while you shop.
Just a hop, skip and a jump from Lambton Quay lies Willis Street, featuring beautiful boutiques and hidden gems.
Coco Wellington on Willis Street provides top notch designer brands such as Zimmerman, Saben and Ingrid Starnes. Just down the road is R.M. Williams selling phenomenal boots for both men and women that will last a lifetime.
You'll find a whole bunch of boutiques further down Willis Street such as Farrys Menswear and Veronika Maine.
Good as Gold has become a regular staple for many Wellingtonians' wardrobe, the fact the shop is reminiscent of the classic tree house doesn't hurt either.
Superette is bound to have something that’ll tickle your fancy, featuring leading brands and other bits and pieces to make life that much better. WORLD on Victoria Street is the Flagship Capital store, carrying the complete collections for both men and women.
For something extra special, pop down to Kilt. They like to keep it fresh with limited designer garments coming in weekly, appealing to a wide variety of women.
Old Bank Arcade sits where Lambton Quay meets Willis Street. An attractive wood and tile arcade lined with top boutiques RUBY, taylor, Workshop and Ricochet.
Also on Lambton Quay you’ll find Lululemon Athletica.