Tucked beside Bangkok Screening Room, this multi-label menswear store is run by one of the co-founders of Sukhumvit's Chinese-themed bar Dim Dim. The raw, minimalist interior displays niche brands drawn from around the world, like Goetze from Berlin, Document from Seoul and Mfpen from Copenhagen. Grab a cool striped long-sleeve shirt from Goetze at B7,300, a perfect-for-Bangkok indigo silk jacket by Document (B15,900) or a simple Winona T-shirt (B2,200) from Idea.
2/F, Sala Daeng Soi 1, 02-235-4711. Open daily 10am-7pm

WOMENSWEAR: Camp Weekdays

When Camp arrived in Siam Square last year, it saved us all the fear of ordering from untested Instagram fashion shops by rounding up the best of them in an industrial-chic boutique worthy of your own photo feed. Now it’s branched out to its third location, where it offers semi-formal and professional looks. You’ll find tons of clothing and accessories split into two sides—one for working women, the other for those who play if safe in fashion. As always, everything’s still super-affordable—think prices between B600-2,000. 
LG/F, Empire Tower, Sathorn Rd., 02-252-2334. Open Mon-Fri 11am-8pm

HOME: Garden Atlas

This green-toned shop-house sells mainly small plants and the pottery to store them in (from B120 for a tiny cactus and B100 for a pastel-color pot)—perfect for when you finally get around to doing up your apartment. Make the most of your tiny space with one of the eye-catching rattan plant stands for your ferns and succulents (B1,150) or a metal wire plant supporter for your climbers (starting at B1,680). Not sure where to start? Show the owners a pic of your space (indoors or outdoors) and they’ll point out the plants you should opt for. 
Nang Linchi Rd., 097-246-7547. Open Tue-Sat 11am-4pm