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Next Monday is Labor Day, a federal holiday + the honorary “end of summer.” If you’re the kind of person that vacuum-packs their fall wardrobe in May, then it’s also the most important day of the year.

All sorts of fashion rules kick in on Sept. 6 — most famously, no wearing white. Catch us rocking our winter whites all season, but we’ll take any excuse to pick up some outerwear, thrift a new pair of shoes, and even touch up our existing threads. Let us be your local fashion guides.

🛍️ Local threads

Dear Society | Crossroads | Modern + vintage clothes, home goods, and skincare

Twill | Parkville + Liberty | Boutique with a strong online presence

Kate | River Market | Featuring pop-ups + private shopping events

Pro tip: Check out Kate’s sister stores, COCO Brookside and Lady Bye

Ulah | Westwood | “Queer Eye”-featured men’s boutique with curated looks + in-house tailoring

Bunker | Westport | Retailer specializing in footwear, with well-known brands and local apparel

Retro Vixen | Volker | Pin-up + vintage-inspired boutique offering sizes XS-4XL

a.Gallery | Crossroads | High-end streetwear + collabs

Pro tip: Check out our story on KC gear to prep for Chiefs season.

🧥 Go vintage

Do Good Co. | East Crossroads | Curated vintage store supporting KidsTLC + Wayside Waifs

Worthy Rags | Online | Instagram-based resale — Chiefs drop incoming tomorrow, Sept. 1.
Pro tip: For more vintage KC team apparel, shop Westside Storey.

Daisy Lee | Crossroads | “60s, 70s, 90s and y2k fashion” renewal with a modern touch

Clothz Minded | Westport | Sustainability-focused buy-and-trade for designer brands

River Market Antiques | River Market | 30,000-sqft antique mall with rotating clothing dealers

Boomerang | Westport | Eclectic vintage store with offerings from the 40s through the 80s

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