It’s no secret that Fargo shopping is pretty great.
The largest shopping mall in the region, local clothing boutiques, the biggest sporting goods store in the state, antique shops, and a lot more means you could spend days (and plenty of dollars) in the city.
So, if you’re asking, “where can I find stores near me?” this guide walks you through some of the top store options based on your desire.
Downtown Fargo is the first place to look for local boutiques and one-of-a-kind items from Fargo. Start at Kittsona over on 8th Street, and Kindred People, The NINES, Proper, and Mason Jar on Broadway for the latest clothing options
Outside Downtown Fargo, The Shoppes at Blu Water Creek is another hot spot for clothing. Found on 45th Street S and 32nd Avenue, stop into Laurie’s, Leela & Lavender, and Mainstream Boutique, to find your next perfect piece.
West Acres Mall is another go-to for boutiques. Stop in Francesca’s and Dry Goods, or Drift Clothing Co., for trendy and ever-changing items, while Daily Thread, and Label 4 offer clothing and accessories for women of all ages. For a more curated outfit, head to Evereve for advice from expert stylists. Stop by Minn Dak Market while you’re in the mall for a local souvenir of outdoor décor, take-home food of all kinds, and so much more.
Looking for home décor? MINT + BASIL has plenty of options, from great-smelling candles to delicious bakery mixes, while O’DAY Cache carries eclectic mixes of décor, jewelry, candles, and more. Alina Collective, a thoughtfully curated home and lifestyle boutique, has many of the products sourced from makers and brands supporting the greater good. Stop into Curated and Scandesign for one-of-a-kind, incredibly designed pieces for your home.
Zandbroz is a variety store loaded with books, housewares, stationery, and much more. Before you head out of downtown, stop at Stabo to find bath and kitchen items, clothing, and more from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland.
Is rustic, repurposed, or modern farmhouse your style? Hit up Eco Chic Home.
Looking to shop while you try local beers? Head to Brewhalla, attached to Drekker Brewing. Check out Unglued, a modern handmade gift shop highlighting over 200 local makers. Across from Unglued, Red River Refillery is a low-waste household store that carries bulk detergents, soaps, and personal items. Before you head out, see what plants and greenery items The Plant Supply has.
Antiques & Vintage
For that perfect vintage piece, check out a few of Fargo’s antique shops.
The largest selection of antiques in the region can be found at Moorhead Antiques Mall. From there, stop Downtown at Reed & Taylor Antiques, Antique Addiction, and FM Antiques & More for antique furniture, decor, and collectibles.
If you’re interested in vintage items that have been repurposed into something new, Fargo Antiques & Repurposed Market ticks the box.
A shopping trip in Fargo wouldn’t be complete without stopping by the 13th Avenue corridor.
Starting at West Acres Mall – the largest mall for hundreds of miles – you will find anchor stores like Macy’s, Best Buy, and JCPenney Along with go-to favorites like American Eagle, Eddie Bauer, lululemon, Athleta, Victoria’s Secret, Hollister, Forever 21, Express, and Buckle (among many others).
Continue checking items off your list just down the street at Target, TJ Maxx, Marshall’s, Kohl’s, Old Navy, and more. Needless to say, this line of name-brand stores will get you well on your way to a shopping spree.
Outdoors & Sporting Goods
The ultimate one-stop-shop for all things active and outdoorsy, stop at Scheels Sporting Goods, the largest sporting goods store in North Dakota.
Finally, if you want gear but at secondhand prices, check out Play It Again Sports.