6. Shop Around
Most cities wouldn’t brag too much about their mall. But we gladly will! And that’s because the Mall of America has 50 restaurants, 520 stores, a theme park, two mini golf courses, and an aquarium. Basically endless possibilities of things to do on a rainy day.
Looking for that one of a kind outfit? A trendy Minneapolis boutique is the perfect place to start. Queen Anna House of Fashion, located in the North Loop, offers quality, chic women’s clothing and accessories with brands from influential fashion houses, as well as independent and emerging designers. For men's fashion, visiting MartinPatrick3 is a must with their sophisticated style ranging from custom suits to casual apparel and footwear.
If your motto is “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure” then Hunt & Gather is your kind of place. You could spend hours in this store, filled with vintage, fun and quirky items, searching for the unique hidden treasure of your dreams. Go on an adventure for even more affordable finds at some of the top Minneapolis clothing thrift shops.
And just in case you forgot, Minnesota doesn’t have sales tax on clothes. So start shopping!