The holidays are right around the corner! Have you shopped yet? If you're working, a student, a parent, or just busy in general, it can be a challenge to plan ahead. If you need to get some last-minute holiday gifts, check out these amazing Edmonton shops.

Maven and Grace

If you or someone on your list prefers to shop local or loves great vintage home decor finds, check out Maven and Grace. This shop features awesome products for your home from local makers and lots of vintage decor in a wide price range.


Looking for vegan, eco-friendly and chic women's clothing? We love Workhall. Made with love consciously in Canada using plant based and plant blended fabrics, and offering free tailoring to reduce waste, this shop is pretty awesome for the eco warrior on your list.

Red Ribbon

If you have a stylish minimalist on your list, Red Ribbon is an amazing shop to visit for men and women. They also sell premium skin care, candy and some of the coolest kids clothing around.

Bamboo Ballroom

If someone on your list dresses with a lot of flair, Bamboo Ballroom is a great place to shop. From sequins to bold prints and band shirts, this shop has some pretty amazing clothes and accessories on offer.

West Edmonton Mall

Looking for big box stores? Visit West Edmonton Mall. Prepare to get a little lost, it is North America's largest mall after all! You'll find over 800 stores here, so there's bound to be something for everyone on your list. A great destination for last-minute shopping, the mall will even be open on Christmas Eve!

I.A.M. Collective

Support Indigenous artists and artisans this year by purchasing gifts from I.A.M. Collective. It's an Indigenous arts collective with over seventy First Nations, Metis and Inuit artist members. Visit them on weekends at the Downtown Edmonton Farmers Market to purchase authentic, local Indigenous art.

We wish you good luck with your last-minute holiday shopping in Edmonton! Happy holidays!

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