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Your Guide to Shopping in Bermuda

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Not all of Bermuda’s secrets are found on pink sand beaches or turquoise waters. Some are hidden in plain sight – or on the shelves of Bermuda’s best stores. From jewelry made of coral to classic Bermuda shorts, find out where to shop like a local in Bermuda.

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Urban Cottage Bermuda

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Vintage and reclaimed goods are given new life at Urban Cottage. This shop is the place to find home and garden décor; browse the quaint store filled with a blend of locally made goods that are as timeless as they are timeworn.

Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery

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Don’t just wear your love for Bermuda on your sleeve – wear it on your fingers, wrists, and ears too. The jewelry store Alexandra Mosher condenses the beauty of the island in a single gem, made out of Bermuda’s pink sands and other natural elements of Bermuda. Take a piece of the island home with you, literally.

TABS Bermuda - Walker Arcade

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Local Bermudian Rebecca Hanson has turned a classic Bermuda fashion staple into a fashion-forward statement. At TABS (The Authentic Bermuda Shorts), Bermuda shorts are trendy, playful, and colorful, just like the island itself.

Lili Bermuda

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Lili Bermuda takes the natural beauty of the island and bottles it into handcrafted fragrances. Stop in at this boutique perfumery to take home the scent of the island, with fragrances ranging from Bermuda cedarwood and spring freesias to luscious loquats and more.

La Garza

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Located in the town of St. George’s, La Garza is a little shop that’s big on style. Stop in to shop handmade jewelry and trinkets that are made out of coral, sand, crab molts, and other natural elements.

Dockyard Glassworks

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Glassblowers or magicians? See the artists in action as they create one-of-a-kind pieces from glass, then buy a souvenir to take home with you.

Bermuda Clayworks

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Finding the right words to describe the pottery at Bermuda Clayworks is tricky, but it’s easy to say that the pieces are one-of-a-kind. From serving dishes shaped like acoustic guitars to fruit bowls that look like helmets, you’ll find something that’s sure to start conversations at your next house party.

1609 Designs

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Bermudian designer Joanna Stapff creates classic handmade jewelry and crafts at 1609 Designs, where every piece of jewelry, leather strap, and custom card is a reflection of the experiences of Bermuda. Stop in, look around, and dive into the mystery that is Bermuda.

Calypso

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Shoes, swimsuits, purses — you’ll find it all at Calypso. Browse a variety of modern and upscale womenswear flown in from London, Milan, Paris, and New York — Calypso may be one of the most unique boutiques you'll find on the island.
This advertising content was produced in collaboration between Vox Creative and our sponsor, without involvement from Vox Media editorial staff.

Urban Cottage Bermuda

Vintage and reclaimed goods are given new life at Urban Cottage. This shop is the place to find home and garden décor; browse the quaint store filled with a blend of locally made goods that are as timeless as they are timeworn.

Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery

Don’t just wear your love for Bermuda on your sleeve – wear it on your fingers, wrists, and ears too. The jewelry store Alexandra Mosher condenses the beauty of the island in a single gem, made out of Bermuda’s pink sands and other natural elements of Bermuda. Take a piece of the island home with you, literally.

TABS Bermuda - Walker Arcade

Local Bermudian Rebecca Hanson has turned a classic Bermuda fashion staple into a fashion-forward statement. At TABS (The Authentic Bermuda Shorts), Bermuda shorts are trendy, playful, and colorful, just like the island itself.

Lili Bermuda

Lili Bermuda takes the natural beauty of the island and bottles it into handcrafted fragrances. Stop in at this boutique perfumery to take home the scent of the island, with fragrances ranging from Bermuda cedarwood and spring freesias to luscious loquats and more.

La Garza

Located in the town of St. George’s, La Garza is a little shop that’s big on style. Stop in to shop handmade jewelry and trinkets that are made out of coral, sand, crab molts, and other natural elements.

Dockyard Glassworks

Glassblowers or magicians? See the artists in action as they create one-of-a-kind pieces from glass, then buy a souvenir to take home with you.

Bermuda Clayworks

Finding the right words to describe the pottery at Bermuda Clayworks is tricky, but it’s easy to say that the pieces are one-of-a-kind. From serving dishes shaped like acoustic guitars to fruit bowls that look like helmets, you’ll find something that’s sure to start conversations at your next house party.

1609 Designs

Bermudian designer Joanna Stapff creates classic handmade jewelry and crafts at 1609 Designs, where every piece of jewelry, leather strap, and custom card is a reflection of the experiences of Bermuda. Stop in, look around, and dive into the mystery that is Bermuda.

Calypso

Shoes, swimsuits, purses — you’ll find it all at Calypso. Browse a variety of modern and upscale womenswear flown in from London, Milan, Paris, and New York — Calypso may be one of the most unique boutiques you'll find on the island.

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