Best Clothing Stores in SLC for Your Next Show • Volume

Written by: Shay Coulson

Best Clothing Stores in SLC for Your Next Show

If you love concerts, festivals and supporting local clothing shops, you’re in the right place! We’ve created a list of some of the best clothing stores in Salt Lake City for your next show, and the sky’s the limit. With vintage thrift stores, streetwear boutiques, year-round costume shops, and everything in between, your next concert look might just be your best look yet. Let’s get fitted up!


855 S State St, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

414 E 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

This list simply would not be complete without featuring Iconoclad. Winner of Best Boutique and Best Consignment/Thrift Shop in 2022, Iconoclad offers new styles, but they also buy your previously rocked clothing and let you keep 50% of the cash. Not to mention, their newest location on State Street is bigger, better and more beautiful than ever. With an impressively large inventory and so many wonderful choices, find festival-friendly options for any style!



Blue Velvet Bunny

451 E Broadway Suite 200, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Seekin’ somethin’ funky? Blue Velvet Bunny sources and supplies vintage pieces you can’t find anywhere else. Pick out your next concert outfit from their colorful and whimsical selections. Craft a look from the golden ages of the 60’s, all the way to Y2K inspired looks from the early 2000’s. Plus, the interior of their shop on Broadway is so photo-worthy, you’ll swoon.



Pib’s Exchange

1147 S Ashton Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84106

Pib’s Exchange is usually the first store I rant about when asked where to get vintage pieces. Not only do they sell both new and used styles, but they also operate a year-round costume section – perfect for accessorizing your next festival look. Adorn yourself in a fresh wig, find the denim jacket of your dreams, or get store credit for your old pieces and freshen up your wardrobe. Successfully dressing Salt Lake for over 20 years, Pib’s Exchange is the perfect one-stop shop for a head-to-toe outfit for any occasion. 



FICE Gallery

160 E 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Holding it down for 15 years in Utah’s streetwear game, FICE Gallery has an outstandingly broad selection. Besides offering exclusive Nike sneakers at retail prices, you’ll also discover high-end pieces from notorious brands such as Felt, Pleasures and PARRA. All that, and they’re community-oriented too. FICE hosts monthly art shows featuring local artists, and you might even stumble upon a local DJ spinning in-store. With the freshest streetwear in the state, FICE Gallery has got you covered for your next show. 



Blue Boutique

1383 E 2100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105, 1154 S 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

3361 S Redwood Rd, West Valley City, UT 84119, 3365 Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT 84401

Enter into a magical world to fulfill all of your festival desires at Blue Boutique! “Shopping made sexy” is their motto and their wide selection of lingerie, shoes, clothing and adult-items proves that motto to be true. Offering four locations, each with a body-positive and sex-positive atmosphere, Blue Boutique is the crème de la crème of sexy, quality concert outfits!



Name Droppers

3355 South Highland Dr, Salt Lake City, UT, 84106

The first time I visited Name Droppers, I was warmly welcomed and eager to explore their high-end designer racks. It’s a fashionista’s playground – equipped with brands such as Gucci and Hermès at a fraction of the cost. For the concert-goers who like to indulge in something upscale for their next show, seek no further than Name Droppers, and be sure to check out their sensational shoe collection.




65 West 100 South, Salt Lake City, 84101

TopShelf takes consignment streetwear to the next level. They only source authentic products, so you don’t have to worry about rocking a phony concert fit. From one-of-a-kind Jordans to original Supreme, TopShelf is a streetwear enthusiast’s dream.



The Stockist

875 E 900 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105

The bustling shopping culture on 9th & 9th makes for an excellent pre-concert excursion, especially if you make a visit to The Stockist. Opened in 2009 by siblings Helen & Ian Wade, they support independent designers and style customers in casual, comfortable, everyday wear. Get a groove on at your next show in quality clothing that’s sure to be a staple in your wardrobe at The Stockist.