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Where to Shop in Marfa, Texas

Unfortunately the Prada store in Marfa is fake and the Tiny Target has been torn down which means you’ll need to get your shopping fix in Marfa elsewhere! So, I’m sharing my Where to Shop in Marfa, Texas guide which includes all of the awesome places to shop for clothes, boots, jewelry, soap, art, books, and coffee in Marfa, Texas. Just be sure to check their times because many of the shops are closed on Mondays and/or Tuesdays or may be open by appointment only with the exception of the cool 24/7 vending machine.

Where to Shop in Marfa, Texas

When I first visited Marfa in 2014, I couldn’t figure out whether a storefront was a restaurant, an art museum, or a shop, but when I returned in 2019, I learned that you just have to walk into places and see what you discover there! And what I discovered is that there are so many places awesome boutiques to shop in Marfa. If you’re planning a trip, I suggest making some time in your travel itinerary for some shopping!

But again, and I cannot stress this enough, be sure to check out their “open” times as many of the stores have odd hours, are closed on Mondays and/or Tuesdays, or may be open by appointment only. 

If you’re passing though on a Monday or Tuesday, be sure to check out my “What to Do in Marfa in a Monday?” post to see what’s open!

Marfa Brand Soap Company: I absolutely loved this store! I purchased some soap, two soap caddies, a brass cowboy hat, and an agave fiber washcloth. The shop smelled great! It was beautiful inside! It’s eco-friendly! Go!

Raba Marfa: A little bit of everything from vintage tees to silk eye masks, to rose water. I purchased a vintage record of Gunfighter Ballads by Marty Robbins with a bright pink cover for my husband. 

The Marfa Store: One of the more affordable shops in town that also sells touristy “Marfa” shirts, Prada Marfa pins, and other awesome tchotchkes. 

Cobra Rock: Looking for leather boots? This is the place.

Maybe I’ll get a pair on my next trip! My shoe size changed so much during my twin pregnancy and I was actually pregnant during my last trip and didn’t want to risk getting new shoes that might not fit later.

Hotel Paisano Gift Shops: If you’re looking for souvenirs to take home as gifts, the gift shops at The Hotel Paisano will likely have it. I purchased a book about a sleepy sloth for my kiddos. 

The Get Go Grocery: If you’re staying at a place in town with your own kitchen (such as El Cosmico or a vacation rental) and you want to make your own breakfast, lunch, or dinner, be sure to make a pit stop at The Get Go Grocery when you get into town.

They also have pre-made sandwiches, cookies, toiletries in case you forgot something, Big Bend Coffee Roasters coffee (which makes a great gift for those you left at home), and be sure to purchase what I consider to be the quintessential Marfa souvenir,  The Get Go Tote.

El Cosmico Provision Co: The gift shop at the El Cosmico is priced … extravagantly. It’s awesome, but just be aware when you’re hoping to purchase something. Also, you do not need to be staying there to visit the shop.

Ashley Rowe: Honestly, not my type of fashion, but I got a pink “Marfa, Marfa, Marfa, Marfa” bag, even though it’s one “Marfa” too many.

Moonlight Gemstones: Lapidary, rocks, minerals, and crystals. If you like rocks and crystals, then be sure to stop in. The owner can also make you some custom jewelry if you’ll be in town for a few days.

Se Vende: A vending machine gift shop open 24/7 and stocked with local Marfa treasures ranging from affordable to downright expensive. It’s located right next door to Cobra Rock.

Marfa Book Company: If you’re looking for a book on Marfa or Texas, they’ll have it. Plus some awesome artwork and touristy gifts. I purchased a “West Texas Cloud Appreciation Society” teeshirt.

Cactus Liquors: If you’re staying at El Cosmico and you want some liquor or Lone Stars for around the campfire, make a pitstop at Cactus Liquors. You can also hold a chicken because, well … Marfa. 

I didn’t actually get into the following shops because they were either closed (see, I’m not kidding about those times!), I didn’t have the time, or they’ve opened since I last visited, but I totally would check them out on a future visit:

  • Pure Joy Marfa: a combination art studio and museum gift shop which is housed in an old fuel-storage depot by the train tracks.

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