Walkable Shops Near the Fayetteville Square
Fayetteville, Arkansas Square

Whether you just got done with a long day of work or are looking to stretch your legs on a Wednesday afternoon, there is always something to do around the Fayetteville Square. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the fantastic array of downtown Fayetteville shopping options located over a several-block span. Block Street offers over a dozen shops from luxe sustainable fashion to casual everyday wear, as well as a few bites to help you sustain your shopping stamina.  

Here are a few retail shopping suggestions on Block and Center Street, listed in order of address:

Shop on Block Street (North to South)

World Treasures - Handmade, unique, and sometimes trendy apparel accessories, and home decor from around the World. Fun for the whole family, located next door to The Little Bread Company.

120 N Block Avenue

Gearhead Outfitters - Gear and apparel for active lifestyles, conveniently situated in the heart of Fayetteville’s downtown entertainment district. 

101 N Block Avenue

The Boho Boutique - Crystals, jewelry, vintage clothing, gifts, home

110 W. Meadow - just around the corner from Gearhead Outfitters

Fayetteville Mercantile - This small corner shop focuses on showcasing goods produced by local makers and artists. Perfect for a quick treat while out and about or for snagging the most perfectly Fayetteville gift. 

31 N Block Avenue

Houndstooth Clothing - This flagship store opened in 1992, creating comfortable clothing to celebrate Arkansas life and heritage. Houndstooth designs are immediately recognizable in their portrayal of the regional outdoors and unyielding Razorback spirit.

29 N Block Avenue

Swift’s Jewelry - In business since 1956, this family-owned store has been offering custom jewelry, repair services, and designer lines to generations of happy customers.

27 N Block Avenue

B Styled - Shop owner Benton Cooprider's lovely store is filled with accessories, small gifts, and reasonably priced clothing with an artistic flair. They also have a large collection of antique and vintage jewelry.

25 N Block Avenue

Lola - Featured in Southern Living, Lucky and Elle Magazine, Lola outfits women with premium denim and luxury basics that provide a foundation for a modern-styled wardrobe.

21 N Block Avenue

Wander Boutique - A friendly and fun ladies shop, Wander offers fashionable, casual clothing, accessories, and gifts—even featuring a few items for little ones.

19 N Block Avenue

Block Street Records - Locally owned and operated, this indie record shop attracts every type of music lover and collector with a wide selection of new and vintage vinyl, CDs, and tapes—as well as t-shirts, posters, and gifts.

17 N Block Avenue

Fox Trot Boutique - Showcasing fashion trends for women ranging from college students to professionals, Fox Trot provides modern and unique options, as well as Closet Consultations to update any wardrobe.

15 N Block Avenue

Darcy Apparel  - Darcy Apparel is a clothing and accessory boutique located in the beautiful and historic downtown Fayetteville, AR. Started in 2017 by Darcy Munoz, Darcy Apparel is a curation of unique and classic styles by emerging designers from around the U.S. and the world. Women of all ages and backgrounds can find something to love in the shop.

13 N Block Avenue

Skye On The Town - Skye On The Town is a trendy shop showcasing modern women's dresses and clothing. From sundresses to knit sweaters to help any woman update their wardrobe.

11 N Block Avenue

Shindig Paperie - Shindig’s well-curated collection includes personalized stationery, greeting cards, and gifts, as well as invitations for every occasion. Shindig sources vendors within the United States who practice eco-printing methods with the use of post-consumer waste papers, cotton rag, or other sustainable substrates.

100 W Center Street, Suite 005

Himalayan Mountain Shop - Offering beautiful, handcrafted clothing, jewelry, purses, incense, singing bowls, and gifts, shoppers will find unique treasures imported from Nepal, India, and Bhutan.

100 W Center Street, Suite 105

Stache - Shoppers of all ages appreciate the unique clothing, shoes, local attire, and gifts at Stache, where quality products and a healthy dose of irreverent fun make every experience enjoyable.

15 S Block Avenue, Suite 105

City Supply - Described as a modern-day mercantile, City Supply provides its customers curated clothing, gifts, home provisions, and goods, all with a touch of nostalgic style.

15 S Block Avenue, Suites 101 & 102

Riffraff - Focused on sharing the unique flavor of Arkansas and the South, Riffraff is a bright, bustling shop full of trendy ladies’ clothing, accessories, shoes, home goods, and gifts.

19 S Block Avenue

Experience Fayetteville Visitors Center - In addition to offering maps and brochures about anything and everything to do in Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas, the visitors center stocks Razorback merchandise, locally made foods, postcards, locally-themed attire, gift baskets, and plenty of gift options.

21 S Block Avenue

Shop on Center Street (West to East)

Lululemon - International activewear retailer

200 W. Center

Alchemy Macarons - Alchemy offers 15 flavors of French macarons every day, handcrafted at their Fayetteville location from the finest ingredients. All of Alchemy’s macaron fillings are made from fine chocolates and house-made jams for superior taste, texture, and quality.

112 W Center Street

Meus Floral - Nestled on the Fayetteville Square, Meus (pronounced muse) operates as both a floral shop and production studio offering fresh florals by-the-stem, hand-tied bouquets, vase arrangements as well as a selection of carefully curated gifts.

100 W Center Street, Suite 002

David Adams Fine Jewelry - This family-owned shop on the square specializes in fine jewelry and is known for their dedication to heirloom pieces and attention to detail.

100 W Center Street, Suite 101

Joon Bridal - A local bridal shop located on the corner of Center and East Avenue, Joon brings designers like &ForLove, Alexandra Grecco, Made With Love, Truvelle, and many more to the brides of Northwest Arkansas. Owner Beth works passionately with brides to find them the perfect dress for their big day. Make your appointment to shop curated wedding gowns and accessories. 

1 E Center Street, Suite 170

Savoy Tea - Savoy Tea might appear to be a simple tea shop, but they are so much more than simple. Owned by Tina Beyer, a certified Tea Sommelier, Savoy provides a unique experience to every guest that enters their shops. Whether you're looking for a cup on the spot or tea to bring home from your travels, prepare to be taken aback by the number of loose leaf tea options there are!

19 E Center Street

Pearl's Books - Owned by husband and wife team Daniel and Leah Jordan, this locally-owned shop carries new books and literary gifts. The shop is dog-friendly, so you might meet one of "Pearl's Pals" when you visit.

28 E Center Street

Just off the Square

Cheap Thrills - Legendary vintage clothing store full of outspoken and zany finds

120 S. East St.

Rockhouse 205 - Arkansas home goods plus chocolates plus folk art in a specacular Arkansas native stone house - check out the giant crystal atop the roof!

205. W Rock St.

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