32 New Stores That Opened in Calgary in 2022

There are new places to shop for chocolate, cowboy boots, jewellery, apparel, home decor and more.

Besties Floral Cafe. Photograph by Chris Landry.

Whether you’re looking for a plant, a pair of cowboy boots or some locally made chocolate, Calgary’s newest shops have a lot to offer. Here’s a peek at some of the stores that have opened around the city over the past year.


27 Boutique

27 Boutique, which already had a flagship location in the Beltline, opened a second location in southeast Calgary in July. The local boutique carries a wide range of women’s apparel, jewellery, shoes and accessories from brands like Dex Clothing, Dolce Vita, Pixie Mood, Gentle Fawn and more.

125, 10836 24 St. S.E., 403-279-7555, 27boutique.com


Alberta Boot Company


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Over the summer, Alberta Boot Company said goodbye to its store located just off Macleod Trail and moved into a new, modern storefront in downtown Calgary. Designed by Holland Design, the new store still offers the brand’s signature cowboy boots, as well as western hats and apparel. The retail area looks into the store’s workroom, so you just might see some boots being made during your visit.

121 10 Ave. S.E., 403-263-4623, albertaboot.ca


All Things GQ x Brillaré x Genuine Design


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In October, Inglewood welcomed the arrival of a new storefront that is home to three apparel businesses. Inside, shoppers will find All Things GQ, a secondhand clothing and styling studio, luxury shoe care company Brillaré and luxury men’s consignment company Genuine Design.

1213 9 Ave. S.E., allthingsgqvintage.com; brillare.ca; genuinedesign.ca


And Some Flower Cafe

Located in Sunnyside, this new spot is part cafe, part flower shop. Shoppers can pop into the flower shop section to pick up a premade bouquet or request a custom bouquet of colourful blooms. Be sure to order a treat such as honey bread or waffles from the cafe side while you’re there, too.

540 7 Ave. N.W., 403-452-1467 (flower shop), theandsome.com


Article Apparels

There’s a new spot to consign your clothes or shop for great deals. Article Apparels opened in Kingsland in March and is full of stylish clothing, shoes and accessories.

7777 Macleod Tr. S.W., 403-455-8086, instagram.com


Besties Floral Cafe

Crescent Heights is now home to this cheerful flower and gift shop, which carries a wide range of products. There are pre-arranged bouquets, dried florals, floral-inspired gifts and a small selection of drinks and snacks. Part of the store also features Cherry Tree Lane Toys, which offers fun games and toys.

920 Centre St. N.E., 403-452-2995, besties-floral-cafe.square.site



This Ontario-based jeweller opened its first Alberta location in Calgary’s Mission neighbourhood. Specializing in “ethically sourced, raw and refined jewelry pieces,” the shop offers stunning wedding and engagement rings, as well as a selection of necklaces, earrings, bracelets and other rings.

2207 4 St. S.W., 587-716-0106, bluboho.com


Bù, A Vintage Shoppe

Open since June, this new addition to Chinatown is a fashion-lover’s dream. Pop in to browse the wide range of colourful vintage apparel and accessories from Tuesdays to Sundays.

110 3 Ave. S.E., @buvintageshoppe


Charmed Aroma


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This chain specializes in candles and bath bombs that have hidden rings, necklaces or other jewellery inside. The products are themed around popular movies, Disney characters, animals and more. Look for its first Calgary location inside CrossIron Mills.

CrossIron Mills, 261055 Crossiron Blvd., 587-287-1442, charmedaroma.com


The Chocolate Lab


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Those with a sweet tooth can now visit The Chocolate Lab at both its factory showroom and its new storefront on Stephen Avenue. Bonbons, chocolate bars and even hot chocolate are just a few of the treats you can enjoy here.

203 8 Ave. S.W., chocolatelab.ca


Cochu Chocolatier


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This award-winning local chocolate brand opened its first storefront in East Village on July 1. Spanning three floors, the space features a ground-level retail showroom where you can buy bonbons, chocolate bars, candy bark and other treats.

429 8 Ave. S.E., cochu.ca




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While you can visit Crafted at both Calgary Farmers’ Market locations, you’ll want to check out its storefront in Glenmore Landing that opened earlier this year. There, you’ll find a wide range of handmade goods ranging from pottery, to body products, to jewellery.

130A 1600 90 Ave. S.W., 587-885-3910, craftedgoods.ca


The Curated Home


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Located in Inglewood, The Curated Home has created an elevated and timeless space where shoppers can immerse themselves in interior design. Get inspired by the store’s vignettes while shopping for furniture, lighting, bedding, table settings, decor items and more.

1004 9 Ave. S.E., 403-620-9613, thecuratedhome.ca


From Another


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Originally from Edmonton, From Another expanded south in March, opening a second location on Calgary’s 17 Avenue S.W. The store buys and sells vintage accessories, sneakers and streetwear, offering brands like Nike, Harley Davidson, Supreme and Adidas.

924 17 Ave. S.W., fromanother.ca


Greenbriar Market + Refillery

Located in Montgomery, Greenbriar offers a wide range of sustainable products. There’s also a refill bar where you can fill (and later refill) containers with mouthwash, body lotion, dish soap, laundry detergent and more.

4535 Bowness Rd. N.W., 403-247-0629, greenbriarmarket.ca



This local brand is focused on eco-conscious yoga clothing and loungewear that is fabricated in Calgary. Shop for leggings, tops and other items at its new storefront in Marda Loop.

115, 1934 34 Ave. S.W., jacarandaeco.ca


JD Sports


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Calgary’s first JD Sports location opened in CF Chinook Centre over the summer. The store carries a wide range of clothing, shoes and accessories from brands like Nike, Jordan, The North Face, Converse and more.

CF Chinook Centre, 6455 Macleod Tr. S.W., 403-457-3007, jdsports.ca




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Shop for understated and stylish women’s and men’s apparel, as well as home goods, at Alberta’s first KOTN location in Calgary’s Inglewood neighbourhood.

1008 9 Ave. S.E., kotn.com


Labode Shoppe & Interiors

Run by a mother-daughter team, this warm and inviting shop in Britannia Plaza is home to a variety of decor and furnishings options, including artwork, stools, cushions, pottery pieces and more. Grab a drink from Monogram down the street and head to Labode to find a new piece for your space.

812 49 Ave. S.W., 403-300-1984, labode.ca


Lamia Market

This new market and consignment store opened along Macleod Trail in November. The shop carries a range of apparel, as well as home and kitchen products, jewellery, stationary items and more.

104A, 5720 Macleod Tr. S.W., 403-919-7957, @lamiamarket.yyc


Lil Soles Footwear


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Sole to Soul Footwear has opened a sister store dedicated to children’s footwear in CF Market Mall. The store also has a selection of children’s apparel.

CF Market Mall, 3625 Shaganappi Tr. N.W., lilsoles.ca


Liz & Lottie

When Liz & Lottie closed its East Village storefront to move online in 2021, many were sad to see the local gift shop go. Thankfully, it reopened in a new brick and mortar space this year, meaning you can once again pop in for cheeky cards, quirky trinkets and fun gifts.

1212 34 Ave. S.E., lizandlottie.ca


Market Wines


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You can now visit Market Wines’ third location right beside the newly opened Calgary Farmers’ Market West. Whether you’re picking up a bottle of wine as a gift, some local beers for home or some bubbly to celebrate an exciting milestone, this store has you covered.

110, 55 Greenbriar Dr. N.W., 403-300-1888, marketwines.ca




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Plantsie’s new storefront in Southcentre Mall makes it even easier to fill your home with greenery. While you can opt for plants that have already been given a name and personality, the shop also allows you to choose elements like the type of plant, pot and other details to create your own personalized green friend.

Southcentre Mall, 100 Anderson Rd. S.E., 825-735-5636, plantsie.com


Ridley’s Cycle


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Ridley’s Cycle has locations in Kensington and Okotoks, and as of March, you can also shop at its newest store in Westhills Towne Centre. Stop by to check out the selection of bikes, cycling accessories, apparel and more.

490 Stewart Green S.W., 403-300-2453, ridleys.com



Open since April, this streetwear store offers a wide selection of footwear, clothing and accessories like bags and hats. To find it, go to the second floor of the Pointe Building in Kensington (above Good Trade Coffee Company).

200, 1211 Kensington Rd. N.W., 403-277-7551, statusyyc.ca


Stone House Decor

The next time you’re shopping in Willow Park Village, pop into Stone House Decor’s new storefront. Drawing inspiration from Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas, this home decor shop features everything from tableware and linens to baskets and furniture in a modern farmhouse style.

Willow Park Village, 216, 10816 Macleod Tr. S.E., stonehousedecor.com


Sunday State


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A new addition to The Shops at Avenue Thirty Four in Marda Loop, Sunday State brings beauty products, fashion and home goods together in one beautiful space. Whether you’re looking for soft towels, eye-catching glassware, stylish pyjamas or perfume, this lifestyle store has it.

105, 1934 34 Ave. S.W., sundaystate.ca


Unshelf Design & Boutique

Run by interior decorator and home stager Sarah Kirkpatrick, this new consignment decor store offers a sustainable way to give your old furniture and decor a second life or to find unique and beautiful secondhand items for your own space. Anything that isn’t sold is donated to local charities.

3411 8 St. S.E., unshelfboutique.ricoconsign.com


Vienna at Marda Loop

This new spot among The Shops at Avenue Thirty Four in Marda Loop is run by the co-owners of House of Avorio (a jewellery company) and Siena Style (a homeware and decor company), respectively. So naturally, Vienna has a double-focus around jewellery and home goods. Along with products from House of Avorio and Siena Style, the store also carries items like Suntree Soaps, Turkish towels from Mint & Grey and more.

110, 1934 34 Ave. S.W., viennamardaloop.ca


Who Cares? Wear


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With three locations in Edmonton and St. Albert already, shoppers can now find Who Cares? Wear in Calgary’s East Village neighbourhood as well. Pop in to shop for shoes, accessories and clothing from brands like BB Dakota, Gentle Fawn, Levi Strauss, Rebecca Minkoff and more.

549 Riverfront Ave. S.E., 403-452-5542, whocareswear.com


Worn Studio


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Earlier this year, local vintage shops Your Sisters Closet and Modern Civic came together to launch Worn Studio, which celebrated its grand opening on April 2. This vintage shop is located within The New Blank in Inglewood and is a beautiful spot to shop for clothing, accessories and housewares.

915 9 Ave. S.E., wornstudioyyc.com

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