Winter Decor & Dressing Warm

There's a reason Oxford made it onto Ohio Magazine's Main Street Shopping Guide. Our town has an abundance of locally-owned businesses that offer products perfect for your holiday shopping experience, whether you're buying something for your home or a stocking stuffer for a friend.

And what about cozy clothes to keep you nice and toasty while you walk from store to store? Oxford's retailers have everything you need, from snow boots to stylish (and fuzzy!) bomber jackets.

Check out some of your options below, and be sure to check back because we'll update this page throughout the season as we learn about more amazing winter finds.


A photo of availible gifts on a table at a shop.

The Apple Tree

Where: 28 E. High St.
When: Mon - Fri 11 AM - 7 PM, Sat 10 AM - 7 PM
Sun 12 - 5 PM

In addition to sweaters, scarves, and mittens, The Apple Tree also has holiday-scented candles in adorable packaging as well as mugs for all of your hot cocoa cravings.

And your feathered friends are in for a treat this year, as The Apple Tree also has a range of bird cottages and tasty ornaments in the shape of snowmen, reindeer, and gingerbread cookies.

Want to stay in? You can also order The Apple Tree products online with their eCommerce store!

A mini pine plant and a wine bottle with "JOY" written on it with sparkly wire coming out the top.

Church Street Social

Where: 107 E. Church St.
When: Tues - Thurs 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM, Fri - Saturday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Church Street Social is well known for its family-friendly environment filled wall to wall with books and board games. And drinks, of course!

But did you know they also have a fun selection of seasonal goodies, such wooden wine, and wine glass holders and snow globs? They also have festive wine bottle covers!

The list goes on so stop by in person to see everything they have to offer. Oh and while you are there check out their holiday cocktails...yum!

A photo of a wreath and pottery ornaments you can paint and purchase.

You're Fired

Where: 6 N. Beech St.
When: M/Tues/Th 11 AM - 7 PM
Fri/Sat 12 AM - 8 PM

You're Fired, Oxford's premier paint-your-own-pottery studio has a long list of take-home kits that you can purchase online, paint at home, and then drop off at the studio to get fired. Some of their fun winter options include Paw Print ornaments, holiday gnomes, and vintage Trees.

You can also paint in the studio during open hours, or even take a class! They fill up quickly so check out their calendar and sign up while you can.

A photo of christmas merchandise display at a shop.

Shademakers Garden Center

Where: 304 W. Collins St.
When: Mon - Sat 8 AM - 6 PM | Sunday 11 AM - 4 PM

In addition to trees, wreaths, porch pots, and poinsettias, the Shademakers Garden Center also has tons of gorgeous products to help give the inside of your house a truly joyful glow.

Browse their selection of light-up snowglobes, tree ornaments, wall art, and so much more. Just walking through the garden center will feel like a festive experience, but make sure to buy something, too!

A photo of a christmas tree sale at the Oxford Uptown park.Lion's Club Tree Sale

Where: Uptown Park, 2 E. High St.
When: M - Fri 4 PM - 8 PM | Sat/Sun 12 PM - 6 PM

The Oxford Lion's Club annual tree sale in the uptown park has begun its 61st year! Stop by during the open hours and members of the Lions Club will be there to assist you.

You can also purchase a tree any time using the honor system and leave your payment (cash or check accepted) in the drop slot on the side of the hut on the pavilion stage.

All proceeds go to supporting activities in the Oxford community.


Sweaters on a rack at Leeli and Lou.Leeli + Lou

Where: 24 E. High St.
When: 10 AM - 5 PM, Mon - Fri, 10 Am-6 PM Sat and 12 PM-4 PM Sun.

Leeli + Lou is going to keep you warm and stylish at the same time with a selection of outerwear such as their puffy pink coat and supper soft fuzzy jackets. They also have long-sleeved shirts and lounge pants that look seriously comfortable.

Want to stay in? You can order Leeli + Lou online.

A photo of christmas gifts availible at Walkers Footwear.Walker's Footwear & Apparel

Where: 1 W. High St.
When: M - Sun, 11 AM - 8 PM

Walker's is the go-to place for all your footwear needs, whether you need shoes (and super thick socks) for the snowy winter months or warm slippers to walk around the house in.

They also have sweaters and jackets, as well as beanies to keep your head toasty.

Walker's now offers curbside delivery for residents of Oxford! Give them a call. (513) 280-6320

Winter gear hanging on a wall at Wild Berry.Wild Berry

Where: 15 W. High St.
When: Mon - Sat 10 AM - 9 PM, Sun 12 - 6 PM

Mittens, hats, and thick woven sweaters are just some of the cold-weather clothes you'll find at Wild Berry this year. Stop in and get everything you need to keep the shivers at bay.

And while you're there, don't forget to look at their world-famous incense. Because, obviously?

If you want to shop from home, you can order Wild Berry online!

A display of clothing and jewelry at a store.Juniper

Where: 9 E. High St.
When: M - TH 11 AM - 8 PM | Fri/Sat 11 AM - 9 PM | Sun 11 AM - 6 PM

Juniper is the perfect place to go for stocking stuffers especially with their selection of jewelry, makeup, and more.

They're also going to help keep you warm this winter with a selection of super soft sweaters in a variety of styles.

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