About PASSIONAL Boutique

PASSIONAL Boutique in Philadelphia is your regional destination for corsets, kilts, costumes, leather, latex and other fantasy fashions for women and men.

Our friendly and intelligent staff are ready to help you dress or undress your dreams seven days a week! Store hours are:

Noon-8PM Sunday through Thrusday

Noon-10PM Friday and Saturday

Our address is

317 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147

and our phone number is 215-829-4986 or 1-877-UCORSET

Open year round, PASSIONAL Boutique closes only on Thanksgiving, Xmas, and New Years (or occasionally for inclement weather or inventory/remodeling).

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Our retail store opened its doors in Feburary of 1998 as Fetishes Boutique after two years of operating as a home and catalog business. We changed the name in 2004 as we expanded our merchandise from traditional fetishwear (leather, rubber, etc.) to include high fashion theatrical wardrobe  in sizes XXS-8XL.

In 1997 we created the first Diabolique Charity Masquerade Ball that has continued annually and has raised over $100,000 for charities providing vital services in Philadelphia since it’s inception.

In 1999, the store created it’s first Libertine Ball and launched the first volume of the monthly PASSIONAL Magazine

When the name changed in 2004, we opened the Aphrodite Gallery to showcase fine arts with an erotic theme, and to host our PASSION 101 Fantasy Workshops.

In October of 2007, we expanded into two stores, PASSIONAL Boutique and the adults-only  Sexploratorium (where Aphrodite Gallery, as well as all of our sexuality and fantasy products moved to make space for an expanded menswear collection).

STAY TUNED FOR MORE NEWS…Note: Our new Sexploratorium store and website is for adults over the age of 18, but  the clubwear and corsets at PASSIONAL Boutique will remain open to mature folks aged 15 and up.

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