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  • 1. Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery

    After her line of elegant pink-sand-inspired jewelry took off at craft markets and Harbour Nights, artist Alexandra Mosher opened up a light and airy store...

    After her line of elegant pink-sand-inspired jewelry took off at craft markets and Harbour Nights, artist Alexandra Mosher opened up a light and airy store to showcase her beautiful designs. The shop is as much a work of art as her jewelry, with a pink-sand-beach-inspired mosaic at the entrance of the store designed by local artist Nikki Murray-Mason. Mosher's designs grace the necks, wrists, and fingers of locals and visitors alike; look no further for the perfect souvenir of time spent in Bermuda. 

    5 Front St.
    - 441 - 236–9009
  • 2. Atelerie

    A boutique that wouldn't feel out of place in a stylish New York City neighborhood, Atelerie carries designer labels such as Loeffler Randall, Isabel Marant,...

    A boutique that wouldn't feel out of place in a stylish New York City neighborhood, Atelerie carries designer labels such as Loeffler Randall, Isabel Marant, and Helmut Lang in this beautifully designed space. But the selection of jewelry is the highlight here. Look for exclusive designed Bermuda island pendants by Asha by ADM in the line's signature mother of pearl and 14kt gold or the delicate and colorful beaded bracelets with the island's silhouette in 18kt gold by Gigi Clozeau.

    9 Reid St.
    - 441 - 296–0280
  • 3. Bermuda Book Store

    Owner Hannah Willmott doesn't believe in wasting space, so she crammed as many books as she could into her small bookstore. The shop is known...

    Owner Hannah Willmott doesn't believe in wasting space, so she crammed as many books as she could into her small bookstore. The shop is known for its cozy atmosphere and engaging staff, and is well stocked with best sellers, children's books, and special Bermuda titles (including some out-of-print books), plus diaries and calendars.

    3 Queen St.
    - 441 - 295–3698
  • 4. Bermuda Craft Market

    The island's largest permanent craft outlet is in the Dockyard's old Cooperage building, which dates from 1831. Dozens of artists show their work here, and...

    The island's largest permanent craft outlet is in the Dockyard's old Cooperage building, which dates from 1831. Dozens of artists show their work here, and this is the place to go to find that unusual gift, from Bermuda-cedar hair clips to local chutneys and jams. Hand-painted glassware, sterling silver jewelry, handmade toys, and sand sculptures are also among the pretty offerings.

    4 Maritime La.
    - 441 - 234–3208
  • 5. Birdsey Studio

    Renowned artist Alfred Birdsey, who painted Bermuda scenes for more than 60 years, died in 1996, but thanks to his daughter, Jo Birdsey Linberg, the...

    Renowned artist Alfred Birdsey, who painted Bermuda scenes for more than 60 years, died in 1996, but thanks to his daughter, Jo Birdsey Linberg, the studio remains open and the tradition continues. Watercolors cost from $100 and oils from $350 to $1,000. Prints of Birdsey's paintings are also available on note cards. The studio is usually open weekday mornings, but call before you visit, as appointments are preferred. 

    5 Stowe Hill
    - 441 - 236–5845
  • 6. Calypso

    Easily recognizable by its distinct yellow facade, this shop has been clothing Bermuda's most fashionable in European designer wear since 1957. The shop also has...

    Easily recognizable by its distinct yellow facade, this shop has been clothing Bermuda's most fashionable in European designer wear since 1957. The shop also has an impressive selection of swimwear, from brands such as Anne Cole and Tommy Bahama. Pick up a straw hat and sunglasses to make the perfect beach ensemble. Eclectic novelty items from Europe make great gifts, too. Calypso's sister shop in Butterfield Place, Voila!, carries Longchamp handbags and Johnston & Murphy men's shoes. 

    45 Front St.
    - 441 - 295–2112
  • 7. Carole Holding Print & Craft Shops

    Prices for artist Carole Holding's watercolors of Bermuda's scenes and flowers range from $12 for small prints to more than $5,000 for framed originals. The...

    Prices for artist Carole Holding's watercolors of Bermuda's scenes and flowers range from $12 for small prints to more than $5,000 for framed originals. The artist's prints can also be found on linen, china, and clothing, including T-shirts and aprons, and she has her own line of jams, chutneys, and rum cakes. Works by Carole and other local artists can be found at Dockyard's Clocktower Mall or at Heritage Wharf near the cruise ship terminal. The wharf location is open only when cruise ships are in port.

    Clocktower Parade
    - 441 - 535–4000
  • 8. Coral Coast Clothing

    After quitting their jobs in the financial sector, the two locals behind this label knew they wanted to make the perfect button-down men's shirt for...

    After quitting their jobs in the financial sector, the two locals behind this label knew they wanted to make the perfect button-down men's shirt for the Bermuda lifestyle. It had to fit well and look professional in the boardroom but also easily transition to a more casual beach or dockside dinner. The shirts come in colorful hues and prints; all bear a signature angelfish logo. Also check out the duo's take on Bermuda shorts that pair perfectly with their shirts, as well as the label's hats, belts, socks, and swimwear.

    15 Front St.
    - 441 - 400–5030
  • 9. Davidrose

    Focusing on one-of-a-kind and specially designed jewelry, husband-and-wife-team David and Avrel Zuill can create anything you dream up. The St. George's design studio is filled...

    Focusing on one-of-a-kind and specially designed jewelry, husband-and-wife-team David and Avrel Zuill can create anything you dream up. The St. George's design studio is filled with their unique statement pieces and, with a view over St. George's Harbour, is the perfect place to find inspiration for your next piece of fine jewelry. There's also a location in the City of Hamilton.

    20 Water St.
    - 441 - 293–7673
  • 10. Dockyard Glassworks and Bermuda Rum Cake Company

    Pull up an armchair and watch as artists turn molten glass into vases, plates, miniature tree frogs, and other collectibles. Afterward, help yourself to the...

    Pull up an armchair and watch as artists turn molten glass into vases, plates, miniature tree frogs, and other collectibles. Afterward, help yourself to the rum-cake samples. Flavors include traditional black rum, chocolate, coconut, Rum Swizzle (with tropical fruit juices), coffee, banana, and ginger. You can buy the cakes duty-free or pick up a specially presented cake in a tin. Black rum fruitcake and loquat cakes are also sold. If you buy glassware, the company will pack the purchase and deliver it to your hotel or cruise ship for a small fee.

    1 Maritime La.
    - 441 - 333-8170
  • 11. Flying Colours

    The family-owned and -operated shop, established in 1937, has the island's largest selection of T-shirts, with creatively designed logos in hundreds of styles. It also...

    The family-owned and -operated shop, established in 1937, has the island's largest selection of T-shirts, with creatively designed logos in hundreds of styles. It also carries everything for the beach—hats, towels, sarongs, flip-flops, sunglasses, toys for playing in the sand—plus high-quality souvenirs and gifts, like shell jewelry.

    5 Queen St.
    - 441 - 295–0890
  • 12. Gibbons Co.

    One of Bermuda's oldest retailers has transformed itself into a contemporary department store with a wide range of men's, women's, and children's clothing. Brands include...

    One of Bermuda's oldest retailers has transformed itself into a contemporary department store with a wide range of men's, women's, and children's clothing. Brands include Calvin Klein, Mango, and DKNY, and there's a substantial lingerie selection, as well as Gap clothing and products, active and swimwear, accessories, and fashion jewelry. The perfume and cosmetics department stocks many French, Italian, English, and American lines at duty-free prices, including being the exclusive retailer for Guerlain. The housewares department stocks Denby tableware, which sells at a much lower price than in Canada or the United States. The shoe department stocks brands including Nine West, TOMS, and Anne Klein. Gibbons also owns and operates a separate store, in the nearby Washington Mall, that sells bed, bath, and home decor; M.A.C. Cosmetics on Front Street; and the perfume stores in Dockyard and Palm Lane in St. George's.

    21 Reid St.
    - 441 - 295–0022
  • 13. Gosling's Ltd.

    The maker of Bermuda's Black Seal Rum also stocks wines and other liquors at its stores, where the helpful and knowledgeable staff provide excellent advice....

    The maker of Bermuda's Black Seal Rum also stocks wines and other liquors at its stores, where the helpful and knowledgeable staff provide excellent advice. The store also sells T-shirts, ties, and hats with Gosling's logo, a black seal. There's another branch on Dundonald Street in North Hamilton.

    33 Front St.
    - 441 - 298–7337
  • 14. Jon Faulkner Gallery

    Customized house-number and name plaques and tableware are among the brightly painted pottery pieces created in this little shop in Dockyard. Faulkner's salt-fired pottery and...

    Customized house-number and name plaques and tableware are among the brightly painted pottery pieces created in this little shop in Dockyard. Faulkner's salt-fired pottery and porcelain fare are some of the standout pieces. There's also a walk-in Paint Your Own Pottery Studio, where you can create your own masterpieces.

    7 Camber Rd.
    - 441 - 234–5116
  • 15. Lili Bermuda

    In business since 1928, the historic perfumery creates and manufactures its own perfumes, using the scents of Bermuda's flowers and citrus trees as inspiration. New...

    In business since 1928, the historic perfumery creates and manufactures its own perfumes, using the scents of Bermuda's flowers and citrus trees as inspiration. New perfumes are constantly being created, but try out Coral and Lili for women and Navy, 32 North, and Somers for men. You can also tour the facilities to learn about perfume making and visit a small museum. Sweet P on the premises offers a cash-only afternoon tea on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, with finger sandwiches, various pastries, and tea. The perfumery opened the Lili Bermuda Boutique in Hamilton at 67 Front Street, where you can also test out and purchase all of the scents.

    5 Queen St.
    - 441 - 293–0627
  • 16. Long Story Short

    A book and gift shop with an emphasis on books by women of color, you'll also find unusual gifts such as locally handmade cedar jewelry...

    A book and gift shop with an emphasis on books by women of color, you'll also find unusual gifts such as locally handmade cedar jewelry and book-inspired candles and mugs. This is also the spot to pick up locally made Salt Spray Soap Co. soaps and body butter, as the shop shares the same space. The owner, Kristin White, also offers unique tours of St. George's, including a storytelling tour exploring stories of the island's culture and fascinating people and the spooky Haunted History Tour of the Olde Towne.

    7 Water St.
    - 441 - 705–1838
  • 17. Lusso

    The ultimate island boutique for designer footwear for men and women from Ted Baker and Kate Spade. The spacious shop also stocks ready-to-wear collections and...

    The ultimate island boutique for designer footwear for men and women from Ted Baker and Kate Spade. The spacious shop also stocks ready-to-wear collections and Coach bags. The real draw is the Resort Shop within a shop where Lilly Pulitzer is the standout, as well as Jack Rogers sandals and Eric Javits hats, to round out your island-ready outfit.

    51 Front St.
    - 441 - 295–6734
  • 18. Robertson's Drug Store

    This is so much more than a pharmacy, as it's crammed full of goodies. It stocks great greeting cards, many toiletries, and beauty products. One...

    This is so much more than a pharmacy, as it's crammed full of goodies. It stocks great greeting cards, many toiletries, and beauty products. One of the best selections of unusual toys can be found downstairs.

    24 York St.
    - 441 - 297–1828
  • 19. Salt + Cedar

    If you're concerned about what ingredients you put on your face and body, stop by this shop to update your beauty routine with an emphasis...

    If you're concerned about what ingredients you put on your face and body, stop by this shop to update your beauty routine with an emphasis on all-natural beauty and skincare. No matter what your beauty needs there are products for every skin concern or just to pamper, all selected with care for quality, safe products. Many featured brands come from women-owned companies such as Canadian superfood skincare line Graydon. There's also a wide selection of natural makeup, lifestyle products and reusable personal care products.

    69 Front St.
    - 441 - 824-7258
  • 20. TABS

    Designed by Bermudian Rebecca Singleton, TABS (which stands for The Authentic Bermuda Shorts) offers the quintessential Bermuda short for men, women, and children in modern...

    Designed by Bermudian Rebecca Singleton, TABS (which stands for The Authentic Bermuda Shorts) offers the quintessential Bermuda short for men, women, and children in modern fits and fabrics. The cotton-twill, cotton-linen, as well as performance stretch cotton, shorts are lined with fun prints and available in island-inspired colors, such as oleander pink, loquat yellow, and lagoon green. You can have your shorts customized with a word or letters embroidered on the inside fly of the shorts (it takes two weeks, but you can have them shipped to you). Tailored swim shorts, limited-edition collections, and accessories (traditional Bermuda socks) are also available. The spacious and newly renovated Reid Street store also stocks a curated selection of local finds, including jewelry designed by Rebecca Little and men's shirts from international brands including Johnnie-O.

    12 Reid St.
    - 441 - 704–8227

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