Do you know how to Double Dutch Boutique?

On Saturday, after I visited the Charm City Craft Mafia’s Pile of Craft show in Baltimore, I headed on over to the Hampden neighborhood for some shopping and exploration. My main goal was to visit the Double Dutch Boutique. Double Dutch is a women’s clothing¬† shop filled with handmade and independent fashions and accessories. Co-owners Lesley Jennings & Megan Luther opened the Boutique in April 2006 and they make sure to showcase the local Baltimore talent with jewelry from Dandelion Blu, bags from Pistol and fashions from Jonna Buckner Handmade among others. Non-Baltimore lines include Voom, Built by Wendy, Orla Kiely, Garnish (home), Pink Studio and plenty more!¬† Whether you need an amazing gift for your bestie or some new duds for a special occasion, Double Dutch Boutique is worth the trip.

I even made a few purchases…including some earrings from by boe, a notebook from Night Owl Papergoods and a tote (always with the totes…I have more than I could ever use) from The Outfit.



Pouch from Modern Radar.


Fashions from Voom.


Bags from Pistol.


Jewelry from by boe.


Notebook from Night Owl Papergoods.


Totes from The Outfit.


Brooches from Lova Revolution.

4 Comments on “Do you know how to Double Dutch Boutique?”

  1. What a sweet little boutique! If I’m ever in Baltimore, I’ll be sure to stop in.

  2. If you are ever in Baltimore, you should stop by Delaware for a visit! ;)

  3. Hi there! Double Dutch is awesome! Thanks for showing off my Tweet Bird Brooches available at DD!


    Jodie / Lova Revolutionary

  4. Double Dutch is the best! Lesly and Megan really know there stuff.Thank you so much for giving me a shout out.
    jonna buckner

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