by Shaq Gibson 2 min read
When you first learn about the crown jewel of the Bahamas odds are that you hear about its pink sand beaches and the old-world glamour found at many of its hotels. You’ll be happy to know that the island has a lot more to offer than just hospitality and beautiful beaches. In our opinion, you can’t crack open the good life without doing a little shopping. Here are our recommendations for the best spots to go shopping on Harbour Island.
The Sugar Mill
Housed in a building that’s over a hundred and fifty years old where the island’s sugar was once milled, The Sugar Mill is a must-visit luxury boutique. Curated by famed interior designer India Hicks, the boutique carries global brands with distinct points of view found on India’s travels. Here you’ll find womenswear, accessories, and fabulous handbags/beach bags.
This luxury men’s and women’s fashion boutique features tastefully curated clothes and accessories that help add a tropical flare to your ensembles. Don’t miss out on their jewelry and sunglasses offerings, they’re our favorite!
Did you forget your favorite beach mumu or looking for a shirt to commemorate your trip to Harbour Island? Look no further than the Blue Rooster! This locale offers fabulous beachwear, accessories, and clothing for the whole family.
Blue Bay Shell
This family-run business just past Tingum Village on Colebrooke street is run by Miss Angela, a master in the art of handmade straw goods. Make sure to stop by this spot for all your straw bags and hand-woven home accessories. You won’t believe how amazing the quality is and just how many different items can be made out of straw.
Miss Mae’s Fine Things
Miss Mae's sells an exquisite and discerningly curated collection of fashion-forward clothing, accessories, and gifts from international designers and artisans. From full-length colorful dresses to local art, you won’t be disappointed when visiting Miss Mae’s!
Princess Street Gallery
If taking home a piece of original Bahamian art sounds like you then you won’t want to miss the Princess Street Gallery. Here, you’ll find original art by internationally renowned artists, as well as a diverse selection of illustrated books, home accessories, and locally made crafts.
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