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Clothes Shops in Rome

Rome is not only the heart of Italian culture and architecture, but also sets the law when it comes to fashion. There are numerous famous shopping Clothes where you can find designer shops and the cheapest ones to keep up with the times.

The clumsy sisters – via Salaria, via Tuscolana, viale Europa

The search for niche brands of Made in Italy is the strong horse of this small “chain” of stores.
The Sorelle Maldextre stand out for their clinical eye in choosing that particular garment or that brand instead of another. For them it is very important to choose pieces created with excellent materials to give their customers always the best.

Unique pieces that we would like to have in our closet, to do first they could give us one of their shops to use as a closet!

Via Salaria 16 (Piazza Fiume) – via Tuscolana 799 – viale Europa 9

LuluLab – Pietralata

Delicious clothing store in the Pietralata area aka Toyland for every woman.

The owner Linda is a perfect hostess, who takes care of the shop in detail, even if it were the living room of her house.

And we are not just talking about care in furnishing, minimal and welcoming, with lots of plants and design cabinets scattered in every corner, but also about the visual set-up and above all in the meticulous search for new and particular niche brands. Because of course “w la moda“, but not losing sight of our own style and distinguishing ourselves from the crowd.

A very nice thing to stay up to date on new arrivals, are the many direct IG that Linda does from her shop, making you discover the thousand news of the day.

PS: they also have a super shipping service throughout Italy, if you fell in love with diamond golf seen on the IG page and you can’t help but have it, and also a small online shop. In short, the way to buy always found.

To have absolutely in the closet: the maxi tartan skirt by Marie Blanc and thelace-up boots by Naguisa.


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Via delle Cave di Pietralata, 68, 00157 Roma RM

06 4543 3590

Via del Pellegrino

Via del Pellegrino first called “via degli orafi”, to emphasize the large amount of goldsmith shops that found in this area. The current name is due to the nearby Osteria del Pellegrino that welcomes the faithful visiting St. Peter’s Basilica. The old artisan shops of the surroundings replaced almost everywhere by more modern shops that have nevertheless maintained the popular and rough style. It is not difficult to find commercial premises that sell handmade objects, frames, lamps and small furniture, as well as those of shoes, bags and clothes of some of the most renowned Roman designers of the moment.



A few steps from Campo de ‘Fiori, is the new concept store of Patrizia Pieroni, fashion designer and fashion collector. Inside the shop, elegant and minimal, Patrizia’s creations flanked by clothes she has found around the world. This is where the choice of the name comes from: from this double nature of Clothing Factory and treasure warehouse“.

And that’s not all!

In fact, this shop houses a third nature: in the small total white gallery on the upper floor, contemporary art exhibitions held.

It’s definitely your place if you have a radical chic soul.



Despite numerous points sold in Rome, the one in Via del Babuino certainly the best, a real kingdom of haute couture.

Much more than a shop, Gente is a quest for pure elegance. It aimed at you, if you are a modern Audrey Hepburn, able to decline perfect outfits for any occasion.

Calypso – Fleming

On the steep climb of the Fleming there a delightful little shop of contemporary trends reinterpreted by the taste and vision of fashion of its young owner.

Pampered by the tropical industrial atmosphere of the store, you will have fun playing with colors, prints and creating unconventional combinations, mixing and overlapping fabrics and styles.

From outerwear, to accessories, to shoes, you just have to enter, and have fun redoing the look.

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We tell you a secret: to try absolutely the maxi cardigans with an ethnic mood of Akep and the new arrivals of Odì Odì.

For the most social: post your Calypso look with the ashtag #calypsowave to reshared in stories.


Via Flaminia, 620, 00191 Roma, Italy RM

331 976 5963

Via del Boschetto

Main street of the characteristic Monti district, which many call the trendiest in the city, in via del Boschetto you can buy alternative and fashionable clothes and accessories. Prices are not very affordable, but a tour even just to look at the boutiques of vintage garments and ateliers that are in this area is a must. There is no shortage of craft shops and art galleries. A special mention deserves the Mercatino di Monti, which every Sunday attracts hundreds of curious people looking for vintage and handmade objects.



Mad Zone is an ambitious project that sees the light in the alternative Rione Monti: the aim is to allow emerging designers to exhibit their creations in a visionary and futuristic environment.

The exhibits are absolutely out of the ordinary and present contaminations of fashion, art and design. It is a place to return to at periodic intervals, to find out what has changed because it is never the same.

If you feel like a whimsical type, this shop will be your Paradise!

Upper – Tuscolana

Upper is a small shop located on the Tuscolana, with a white entrance and a window to show the latest news.

The beating heart of this reality is its owner Ketty. She is always looking for the particular garment or a small Italian company but that creates top quality products, to always offer its customers the latest news.

The brands all strictly Made in Italy and the orders, just like the owner, always available to advise you at best.

UPPER is the way

Via Tuscolana 749

06 7696 8326

Chez moi – Montesacro

Already the name suggests a gem: “Chez moi” my house. Yes, because hidden among the streets of the chaotic Piazze Sempione is this small boutique of really delicious artisan brands. At Chez moi you will find a type of Nordic style, with accessories and lines of minimal women’s clothing, extravagant but in moderation (this summer we fell in love with the fabric with giraffins that was a wonder). Also bags, belts, costume jewelry accessories (past summers we took kg of coral earrings to wander around the islands with great class).

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Actually at Chez moi there is also a small corner of small home accessories, a sideboard where you can find glasses, cups, frames and much more.


Via Cimone 11 – 00141 – Rome



Among the alleys of Trastevere, Livia Risi’s imaginative atelier cannot go unnoticed. Granddaughter of the director Dino Risi, Livia is a young designer who creates mixtures between past and future in the dress.

One of her specialties is the multipurpose garment, or a garment that changes shape according to need, transforming itself for example from skirt to sheath dress.

It will be your best place to go shopping in Rome if you are hyperactive, and, between one commitment and another, you never find the time to go home to change …

Via Cola di Rienzo

Not far from Vatican City there is another important commercial clothes street of Rome. These are via Cola di Rienzo and the nearby viale Giulio Cesare, via Ottaviano and via Candia, all located in the Prati district. There are shops for all tastes and budgets, so much so that for many it represents the new Via del Corso. Not only clothing, but also objects, housewares and accessories. Here, in fact, you can buy fashionable and youthful objects but also everything related to the daily routine, thanks to the presence of one of the last indoor markets left in Rome and located in Piazza Unità.

Clothes Shops in Rome
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