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Taikang Lu

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For upscale boutiques in a traditional Chinese setting, take a walk over to Taikang Lu. Over the years it has developed into a vibrant area offering high end jewelry and clothes and is filled with creative art galleries. Most of the shops here are locally owned so whatever you buy will be exclusive to your Shanghai holiday. A maze of lanes and alley ways, Taikang Lu is crammed with all sorts of ultra cool things, from authentic silver and handmade pottery to dozens of crafts, gifts and trinkets.

Some of the shops include L'Atelier Mandarine, who specialize in gorgeous cashmere and silky sleep attire and Jooi Design who focus most of their sales on one of a kind handbags and beautiful pillows in all shapes, sizes, and colors. For home décor, you will find lush leather couches, wooden bookshelves, decorative lamps and funky rugs at Casa Pagoda.

Shop for: Home décor, jewelry

Cafe Stop: Kommune

Get here: Lane 210 Taikang Lu is between Ruijin Lu and Sinan Lu.

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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