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Bailey's Antiques & Aloha Shirts

Bailey's Antiques & Aloha Shirts

Unremarkable outside, Bailey’s has the finest aloha-shirt collection on Oʻahu, possibly the world! Racks are crammed with thousands of collector-worthy vintage aloha shirts in every conceivable color and style,...

Arts & Crafts in Waikiki

Na Lima Mili Hulu Noʻeau

The late Aunty Mary Louise Kaleonahenahe Kekuewa's daughter and granddaughter keep alive the ancient craft of feather lei-making at this small storefront, whose name means 'the skilled hands that touch the...

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Newt at the Royal

With stylish flair and panache, Newt specializes in Montecristi Panama hats – classic men’s fedoras, plantation-style hats and women’s fino. It also has fine reproductions of aloha shirts using 1940s and '50s...

Clothing in Waikiki

Angels by the Sea Hawaii

Inside a mega chain hotel, this airy boutique owned by a Vietnamese fashion designer (who was once crowned Ms Waikiki) is a gem for handmade beaded jewelry and bags, effortlessly beautiful resort-style dresses,...

Clothing in Waikiki

Island Paddler

Besides having a great selection of paddles and paddling gear, these guys have T-shirts, aloha shirts, beachwear and everything you might need for a day at the beach – along with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Cosmetics in Waikiki

Malie Organics

Beauty oils, creams, perfumes and more are sold in this shop that looks as good as it smells. Everything is locally made from organic and natural ingredients, mostly derived from native Hawaii plants and flowers.

Clothing in Waikiki

Fighting Eel

Hawaii-designed fashionable wear is the hallmark of local designers Rona Bennett and Lan Chung. Also: swimsuits, children's clothing, jewelry and accessories.

Arts & Crafts in Waikiki

Martin & MacArthur

With a motto like ‘gracious Hawaiian living,’ the nostalgia for Hawaii’s plantation days just oozes here. Koa furniture takes up much of the shop, but there is also a standout selection of upmarket Hawaiiana,...

Clothing in Waikiki

Loco Boutique

If you realize that your old swimsuit from the mainland just doesn’t measure up to what island folks wear, comb the racks of this locally owned swimwear shop. Hundreds of mix-and-match bikinis, tankinis, board...

Gifts & Souvenirs in Waikiki

Duke's Marketplace

Over 50 open-air stalls are strung along a back alley in the glossiest quarter of Waikiki. Come here for the tackiest (but at times irresistible) souvenirs – think plastic hula dancers holding signs reading...

Mall in Waikiki

Royal Hawaiian Center

Not to be confused with the Royal Hawaiian Resort hotel next door, this upscale shopping center has four levels and houses more than 80 top-end stores; some local such as Fighting Eel, some chains such as Apple....

Arts & Crafts in Waikiki

Art on the Zoo Fence

Dozens of artists hang their works along the fence on the south side of the Honolulu Zoo every weekend, weather permitting. Browse the contemporary watercolor, acrylic and oil paintings and colorful island...

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Muse Hawaii

Blowsy, breezy feminine fashions are what’s sewn by this mainland designer from LA, whose Waikiki Beach shop is a serious addiction for jet-setting girls from Tokyo. Take your pick of cotton-candy tissue tanks,...

Arts & Crafts in Waikiki

Nohea Gallery

This high-end gallery sells original paintings, gyotaku fish prints (rubbings of freshly caught fish), handcrafted jewelry, glassware, pottery and woodwork, all of it made in Hawaii. Local artisans occasionally...

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Honolua Surf Co

Named after the bay of monster waves off Maui’s northern shore where brave surfers prove their worth, this Oʻahu outpost of the Maui surfwear shop sells board shorts, hoodies, T-shirts and knit cover-ups that...

Clothing in Waikiki

Reyn Spooner

Reyn Spooner’s subtly designed, reverse-print preppy aloha shirts have been the standard for Honolulu’s businessmen, political power brokers and social movers-and-shakers since 1956.

Musical Instruments in Waikiki

Ukulele PuaPua

Avoid those flimsy souvenir ukuleles and head to this serious little shop to find the real thing. Try a free group beginner lesson (4pm daily).

Gifts & Souvenirs in Waikiki

International Market Place

Forget the old International Market Place, the beloved 1950s assemblage of tourist stores. This glossy block-filling replacement is a three-level extravaganza of chain stores. It does preserve the main feature of...