Support San Diego Boutiques Thread and Seed

Thread & Seed

The coronavirus outbreak is taking its toll on San Diego’s small businesses. With ongoing developments, beloved neighborhood shops have had to make the difficult decision to temporarily close their doors and simply cross their fingers—but there’s still a way to show your support. We’ve compiled a small list of local boutiques with online shops of their brick-and-mortar goods. Indulge in a little retail therapy and support San Diego’s small boutiques from the comfort of your home. Stay healthy and happy shopping!

Beauty

Thread and Seed

The health-conscious shopper will want to stock up on Thread and Seed’s curated selection clean beauty products from 20 unique brands. Can’t decide? Purchase a gift box to try a few different products!

Shop Good

The clean beauty shop focuses on holistic wellness with makeup products and skincare that are all eco-friendly and green conscious. For as long as they are able, Shop Good is offering curbside pickup and free local shipping.

 

Clothing and Accessories

Lone Flag

The Encinitas-based menswear store offers premium selections of clothes, accessories and footwear that are both functional and fashion forward. In addition to their online store, Lone Flag is offering private appointments to stop in the store to shop or make use of their denim services for as long as they are able.

Graffiti Beach

There’s a little something for everyone at Graffiti Beach Boutique, including clean beauty products, home decor and casual clothing options for both men and women. Shop their curated wellness gift boxes for an extra dose of zen.

Timshel

With a mix of contemporary and vintage pieces, Timshel puts the spotlight on sustainably-sourced and ethically-made products. Shop here for a minimalist’s approach to clothing, jewelry and home gifts.

Mimi and Red

Shop Mimi and Red to add trend forward picks to your hippie-chic wardrobe. The boutique has an ever-changing inventory of new styles and silhouettes from over 35 unique clothing brands.

Van De Vort

Band tees, event dresses, eye-catching everyday wear—you’ll find it all at Van De Vort. The clothing boutique houses an expansive collection of edgy fashion inspired by global trends.

Child of Wild

Child of Wild offers a thoughtful collection of jewelry and accessories that are representative of cultures from around the world. From authentic turquoise pieces from Navajo and Zuni artists to necklaces and choker sourced directly from Istanbul, each piece is one-of-a-kind and rich in history.

Overload

Skateboarders, shop cool streetwear and new rides from over a dozen select brands to support this North Park staple.

The Gold Dust Collective

The Gold Dust Collective houses the handmade work of three artists. Find celestial and natural stone jewelry at Flight of Fancy, leather goods and boots at El Gato Montes, and stylish hats from Haberdash.

The Rising Co.

The co-op Oceanside hub is home to a number of creatives with online stores to support. From Mr. B’s Necessities, Parks Project and Wild Habit to Rais Case, Mar y Lana and more—shop all of your handmade necessities here. Find the full list of residents on their site!

 

Home Goods and Decor

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Simón Limón

Handmade gifts and home goods are the name of the game at this colorful Barrio Logan brick-and-mortar. Shop jewelry, accessories, stationary and more, all made by artists from San Diego and Tijuana.

Gathered Home

Add a feminine touch to your space with a new piece from Gathered Home. The mother-daughter duo offers a collection of colorful decor and functional items for every room in the house.

Home Ec

The home goods shop is divided up to catch the eye of every kind of homebody, including kitchen enthusiasts, gardeners and DIY-ers. Purchase a cookbook and take this time to sharpen your cooking skills––just be sure to share the results on Instagram!

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Clay + Craft

Nicole Novena’s ceramic and handcrafted pottery pieces are all designed through a minimalist’s eye. Right now you can purchase items from the spring color collection and take advantage of free shipping, both available for a limited time.

Artelexia

This colorful store has been a long-loved staple in the San Diego community. Find a wide variety of handcrafted Mexican imports—from art prints and mementos to fiesta decor and candies—and curated grab bags with surprise goodies.

Pigment

The beloved lifestyle boutique (and it’s two sister locations in Liberty Station and One Paseo) offers their inventory of sweet gifts and stylish home goods all online. Yes, you can even purchase a potted plant to keep you company during social distancing.

Moniker General

Moniker General blends style with function to provide a varied offering of beautiful home goods, handmade bags, locally-made accessories, candles and much more.

Hi Sweetheart

Your source for every kind of celebration, Hi Sweetheart is a must-shop for sweet gifts, cute cards, stationary, home goods and more. Keep it for yourself or ship to a friend to let them know you’re thinking of them!

Current Collective

Current Collective made the recent switch to live exclusively online. There you’ll find all of the curated gifts that make them a beloved staple in the small biz community, with accessories, home finds and vintage pieces.

SOET

A mix of home and lifestyle selections fit for the minimalist’s aesthetic, SOET is offering a curated selection of items (think vases, trays and plates) on their online store to peruse.

Wild Island Collective

Plant lovers can still put their green thumb to work through Wild Island Collective. The shop is continuing to sell their plants for curbside pick-up or delivery via Instagram.

Gold Leaf

The South Park storefront’s online shop is well-stocked with all of our favorite finds. From home goods and hostessing gifts to children’s toys and DIY kits, there’s something to keep everyone busy.

Norden

The husband-and-wife duo has created a successful home brand reflective of the California lifestyle. Shop hand thrown dishes, wool throws and fragrances inspired by the region’s dreamiest locations.

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