Cleveland Indie Boutiques

CLE Clothing Co.

CLE Clothing Co.

C.L.E. Clothing Company

Located at Native Cleveland in the Waterloo Arts District or on the corner of the East Fourth Street Entertainment District downtown, visitors can find C.L.E. Clothing’s quirky designs to gear up for the game, pay tribute to Cleveland’s history (such as Eliot Ness for Mayor and Municipal Stadium), or just have some fun with King Kong as he scales a local landmark, the Terminal Tower.

City Buddha

Inspired by the beauty, color and friendliness of an ethnic open air markets, Coventry’s City Buddha is known for its wide selection of unique silver and beaded jewelry, one of kind clothing and home goods all sourced from artisans near and abroad who are treated fairly and paid a living wage.


Deering Vintage

A well-known name among vintage-lovers in Northeast Ohio, Deering Vintage located in Ohio City, is a former flower shop into a store reminiscent of that “cool great aunt’s” closet. The clean and organized marble countertop is used for jewelry and accessories and an old built-in cooler that serves as furnishing vignettes making it easy for shoppers will find an eclectic array of clothing from the ‘40s – ‘70s and even an in-house tailor for on-the-spot alterations.


NATIVE Cleveland

An eclectic shop featuring independent local artisans and crafters, NATIVE Cleveland located in the east side Waterloo neighborhood is where shoppers can find locally-produced t-shirts, jewelry, home decor, soaps, wall art, fine art photography, art prints, and other knick-knacks all which exude hometown pride and idiosyncrasies. It’s the perfect place to browse before a show at the nearby Beachland Ballroom.


Salty Not Sweet

“Locally grown,” the phrase on a popular-selling baby onesie available at Ohio City’s Salty Not Sweet might as well be the sassy boutique’s slogan. Goods galore populate this shop, whose owners are committed to bringing exclusive handmade items such as jewelry, clothing, soap, candles and greeting cards, all of which are either made in-house or from artists discovered at arts and craft shows around the country.

– April Ingle

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