We all know at least one shopaholic in our circle of friends and family! Oneonta has the perfect combination of locally owned and big box shops to quench the thirst of any retail renegade! Downtown Oneonta has plenty of high-class yet affordable options for shopping, and the eclectic mix of styles makes it possible for everyone to get exactly what they want.
Main Street and the surrounding area have everything from minimalist boutiques, to vintage clothing stores, to consignment and home goods shops! Looking for simple yet chic? Try HanniBee Lane! Their beautifully curated store blends vibrant colors and patterns with simple and sophisticated design. If you’re more into the classic look of fitted skirts, tailored dressed and suits, and hand-embroidered scarves, then check out the Underground Attic on Main Street, another locally owned boutique, which specializing in authentic vintage apparel.
If you aren’t feeling up to touring a boutique, then make your way to one of our many consignment or home goods shops. Silks and Treasures has an enormous selection of clothing for men, women, and children, as well as furniture, home goods and décor. You can stop in and see what other treasures there are waiting to be discovered. We also have Transitions Boutique, which caters to the everyday woman and will help you find everything from a power suit to a cocktail dress. If you’re a fan of casual clothing that can be worn any day then make Shakedown Street your destination!
Looking to spruce up your living space? Check out Theresa’s Emporium, a one-stop-shop in the truest sense. From decorating your home and kitchen space to picking up baked good, you will find everything you need at Theresa’s.
Southside Mall on Route 23 extends our retail just across the river. The mall adds to the diverse retail atmosphere on Oneonta by providing our community with large big box store such as JC Penney, TJ Maxx, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more. It is the perfect place for anyone to stop by and pick up some basic necessities such as beauty products, household items, and apparel.