Shopping in Columbus 

Columbus is rising as a fashion mecca and has become fasion’s best kept secret. As headquarters to retail giants like L Brands, Express, DSW and Abercrombie & Fitch, Columbus also has the third highest concentration of fashion designers behind only New York and Los Angeles.

Many of Columbus’ neighborhoods offer chic boutiques from independent fashion retailers and designers. The Short North Arts District is full of one-of-a-kind shops for men and women alike. Homage features screened vintage sports and civic logos from around the nation and carries only the best and softest t-shirts. The Candle Lab, in Worthington and the Short North Arts District offers hand-poured candles in more than 120 fragrances, pour-your-own custom scented candles, customizable home fragrance products and small-batch natural bath and body products.

Easton has stores like Tiffany’s, Nordstrom and Louis Vuitton and is just 15 minutes east of downtown. This indoor/outdoor mall with its unique village setting and broad assortment of restaurants, entertainment and retailers is a fashion guru’s dream.

Polaris Fashion Place, Ohio’s largest shopping and dining destination features an indoor/outdoor mall and close by stores such as Cabelas, and IKEA (opening summer 2017). Just north of Columbus is Tanger Outlets, Ohio’s outlet mall with more than 90 name brands.

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