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Stop here immediately after deplaning to stock up on surf trunks, windsurfing gear, bikinis, and sundresses. www.surfmaui.com.
Shopping "green" is easy at this North Shore shop that stocks eco-friendly loungewear, aloha shirts, accessories, books, and bath products. www.hemphousemaui.com.
You can grab trunks and bikinis—and a board, if needed—at this surf shack on the North Shore. www.hanahwysurf.com.
The center sells distinctive island quilts and other Hawaiian crafts. www.hanaculturalcenter.org.
If you're shopping for gifts in West Maui, don't miss this store packed with beautiful island-inspired pieces for the home. Most of the teak furniture is imported from Bali, but local purveyors supply the inventory of clothing, accessories, beauty products, kitchenware, and food.
In Kihei town center, this is the most convenient supermarket for those staying in Wailea. It's open around the clock.
Painted silk gowns and glittering tiaras command attention in the window of the Enchantress—the only boutique on the island where you can buy a fantasy wedding gown off the rack. Indulge the feminine whims with a woven leather handbag from Isabella Fiore, or Swarovski-studded sandals. www.mauienchantress.com.
Sundresses, swimwear, sandals, bright beach towels, and a few nice pieces of resort wear fill this upscale resort boutique.
At this Upcountry haven for Hawaiian merchandise and Balinese imports, you can find endless gift options like authentic aloha shirts, jams and jellies, bath and beauty products, and home decor crafted from wood.
Find upscale designer resale and new pieces by local designers, all at affordable prices at this consignment store.