Where we're shopping this Black Friday
One of the great things about making ecommerce themes is all the amazing online stores we discover along the way. We find them when we’re helping our customers, when we’re looking for visual content to license for our themes, and when we’re just looking for inspiration.
To celebrate Black Friday, we thought we’d highlight some of the stores that have caught our eye recently. These businesses aren't necessarily offering crazy sales, but they're all great examples of Shopify elegance and craftsmanship. If you have any stores to add, or if you’d like to see more posts like this one, let us know in the comments!
Roden Gray is a brick-and-mortar retailer based in Vancouver. Their online shop uses a really nice asymmetrical grid layout (scroll down to see what that means). Nice clothes, too. » rodengray.com
Alice and Whittles
This Seattle-based company emphasizes "organic, high-quality and food-grade ingredients" in its skincare products, which are sold in a nice, simple take on our Startup theme. » herbivorebotanicals.com
Mammoth & Co.
If you’re looking for limited-edition prints by emerging and established artists from around the world, you won’t find a better option than this artist-run, custom-designed store. » mammoth.co
With locations in Toronto and Vancouver, this amazing store stocks well-built, heirloom items “that will exist long after we do not.” Also: Mast Brothers chocolate. Consider us sold. » oldfaithfulshop.com
Outdoor Voices makes technical apparel for “lives spent on paths, fields, streets, and everything in between.” Full-width video and images are stacked in a pretty cool custom theme. » outdoorvoices.com
Winter Session’s beautiful bags and wallets are handcrafted in Denver. Their online store features a full-width homepage slideshow and grid-style product collection pages. » winter-session.com
Cute and Broke