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In the middle of Kihei Kalama Village Marketplace is this humble nook with an extensive supply of coffees, teas, cookies, jams, and other specialty-food items made in Hawaii. You're encouraged to ask for samples. www.tutuspantry.com.
It's hard to find a man on Maui who isn't wearing a TB-logo aloha shirt. For better or worse, here's where you can get yours. And just to prove you're on vacation, grab a drink or dessert on the way out at the restaurant attached to the shop. www.tommybahamas.com.
This Maui designer has a worldwide following, and her superstylish sarongs and beachwear have appeared in many fashion magazines. If you're looking for sequined tunics, delicately embroidered sundresses, or beaded wedge sandals, this is the place. Catz also has a bridal line that is elegant and beach-appropriate. Her pieces cost a pretty penny, but if you visit around May or December, you might luck out on one of her sample sales. www.tamaracatz.com.
Opened by four sisters, this little shop has a lot to offer: contemporary lines like True Religion, XCVI and Michael Stars, plus locally produced loungewear from Island Hunny. Sister No. 3, Rhonda, runs a tiny, ultrahip hair salon in back, while Caroline, Sister No. 2, offers mani-pedis and waxing. www.sistersandco.com.
Stylish, upscale, and close to most of the resorts, this mall brings high fashion to Wailea. Luxury boutiques such as Gucci, Cos Bar, and Tiffany & Co. are represented, as are less-expensive chains like Gap, Guess, and Tommy Bahama's. Several good restaurants face the ocean, and regular Wednesday-night events include live entertainment, art exhibits, and fashion shows. www.shopsatwailea.com.
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