Tucson Fashion “To Go”

As local restaurants consider a take-out/to-go model in the age of the coronavirus, so are a handful of Tucson boutiques trying to navigate this difficult time. We’re all in this together–who knew High School Musical would be so quoted during the Covid-19 Crisis? We must support our small businesses as much as we can.

A list of a few local stores happy to deliver fashion to your Tucson door or mailbox. Check out their Facebook and Instagram pages for updates!

POSH Boutique – The designer resale boutique is offering free delivery and free shipping on all merchandise throughout the city.

W Boutique – The stylish St. Philip’s Plaza store is offering free local delivery and free shipping.

Buffalo Exchange – Though all Buffalo Exchange locations are temporarily closed, you can still sell your items by requesting a bag online. More information is available on the company’s website.

Piece by Piece –  Another St Philip’s store offering virtual shopping and free shipping.

Tucson Shopping Isn’t Always Bad

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I was telling a new friend, recently, that I write a blog about shopping and fashion in Tucson, to which she replied, “There’s shopping in Tucson?” LOL, right?

I know we all say that and it’s seriously frustrating to find anything cool here. BUT, there are many exceptions and honestly, you have to have an open mind. I think you all know I work at Posh, which is my first favorite place for unique finds and the best resale designer bags. Seriously, you would be AMAZED what is brought in each week!

Whimsy and W boutiques also have beautiful, chic offerings.

And I write a lot about Stein Mart, which is what I’m shouting out today. Right now, it is chock full of beautiful holiday dresses, jumpsuits (two I’ve bought here now and get tons of compliments on..), and many shiny, blingy items with SLEEVES! Which, thank you, me and my rosacea arms appreciate! Plus, a healthy selection of obnoxious Christmas apparel and accessories for your next ugly sweater party! Tons of drapey sweaters and sequin leggings, even. Sure, my teens call it the old lady store, but I just really don’t think you can make a blanket statement like that…They’re just much more judgmental under the age of 18.