October Small Business Spotlights – Houston Apparel

This month’s look at local Houston apparel & clothing brands.

by Aimie Ye

We’ve spent our past 2 small business spotlights focused on the extensive and diverse culinary scene in Houston — now it’s time to highlight apparel. Houston is currently ranked #1 for minority entrepreneurs, based on factors like the number and percentage of businesses, cost of living and more. From vintage clothing to chic streetwear, here are a few of our favorite local clothing stores!

Wonderlikewander

Downtown
2007 Commerce St, Houston, TX 77002
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Owner Rebekah Amare started WLW in 2017 while working in HR for Amazon in Austin.  She began doing pop up shops around Texas selling vintage clothing & Ethiopian Coffee with her mom. Shop in store or online for Vintage & Modern clothing for men & women, accessories, & artwork from local artists!

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MAW Supply

IG: @mawsupply

Website

MAW SUPPLY, also known as Man + Woman, is a vintage and reclaimed apparel and accessories company founded by husband and wife (and Houstonians) Norman and Rachelle Clark. The shop specializes in sustainable day-to-day pieces and secondhand goods that reflect simplicity, style, and class. Buy directly from their Etsy shop here. 

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Premium Goods

Rice Village
2416 Times Blvd, Houston, TX, 77005
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Founded by Jennifer Ford in 2004, Premium Goods is the first independent sneaker boutique in Texas! Serving as a Houston staple for big-name sneakers, accessories, artwork and more, the shop frequently collaborates with local brands, designers, athletes and artists.

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Frost Town

Downtown
2007 Commerce St #100, Houston, TX 77002
Website

Situated in Houston’s EaDo, Frost Town is a premium streetwear boutique selling men’s, women’s and unisex apparel. From funky tie dye to unique graphic tees and his & her sets, the store is ahead of every fashion trend. Wardrobe styling is also available!


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