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Shop for the Hawaiian Style That's Perfect for You

The Editors | March 2, 2021 | Style & Beauty Shop fashion

Find aloha, resort dresses and shirts with Hawaiian flair by shopping at these local favorites.



Here. This lovely new womenowned Kaka‘ako boutique is a breath of fresh air, full of cool neutrals and soft fabrics by independent labels from around the globe. Statement jewelry by Spanish maker Après Ski pairs perfectly with straw hats by Marfa label Communitie. SALT at Our Kaka‘ako, 369.2991,

Jams World For over five decades, Jams has provided flowy styles of its signature brightly colored prints to islanders in need of fashion that doesn’t forsake comfort. Cut and sewn right in Honolulu, these handpainted art designs are screened onto 100% spun crushed rayon fabric and come in every cut imaginable—from aloha shirts and jumpers to kimonos and caftans. But don’t take our word for it—purchase an outfit at one of these stores today to understand the true meaning of easy, breezy living. 1200 Ala Moana Blvd., Ste. 405, 593.2655,

Mikinola Stocking a collection of island-babe favorites like Lack of Color hats and For Love & Lemons garb, this cozy boutique can take you from beachside to eveningwear. Owner Dara Fujio showcases jewelry from local makers, as well as mainland wins like Chan Luu. 7192 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, Ste. D-100, Hawai‘ i Kai, 394.6666,

Stoke House Surfing industry veterans Paul Naude and Jake Mizuno have put down roots in Kaka‘ako with a stylish new shop full of options for both land and sea—including premier brand Vissla, boards, accessories and the ineffable coolness of a really good surf shop. SALT at Our Kaka‘ako, 369.3388,

Tori Richard When a brand’s ethos is “resort is a state of mind,” you know exactly what to expect, as is the case with Tori Richard. Founded in 1956 in Honolulu, it continues to represent the best in peppy prints for men, women and children. multiple locations,


Noa Noa For beautiful handbatiked dresses and aloha shirts with a distinctly Hawaiian flair, shop this local designer, who draws inspiration from the Pacific islands and beyond. Kings’ Shops, 886.5449,


Driftwood The Makawao hippie-chic boutique perfectly curates its offerings for the Maui lifestyle. From bikinis to beauty products to everything in between, collections are relaxed yet luxurious, effortless yet beautiful. 1152 Makawao Ave., 573.1152,

Mahina Local girls love this boutique for beachy dresses and separates—so much so that it has won MauiTime’s best local boutique for seven straight years. Check back often for new items, as inventory is updated weekly. 23 Baldwin Ave., Pa‘ ia, 579.9131,

Nuage Bleu For the relaxed boho-chic pieces that epitomize Maui style, this sweet shop is a go-to. Stock up on Ella May jewelry and Rachel Pally dresses; then chill out in the “surf lounge” while your kids do the same in the keiki nook. 76 Hana Highway, Pa‘ ia, 579.9792,


Photography by: Leopard Lounge Karley Dress photo courtesy of Tori Richard