Located on the ground floor of Belmond Charleston Place, this exclusive collection of world-famous boutiques offers a truly unique shopping experience.
205 Meeting St.
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Those seeking high fashion without the high price should check out at this trendy boutique with locations in Mount Pleasant and North Charleston. Find the perfect outfit for a night on the town or an accessory to complete your everyday style. Don’t wait to get the perfect piece, as merchandise arrives daily in small, handpicked batches. apricotlaneboutique.com // @apricotlanemtpleasant // @apricotlanenorthcharleston
Kate Waddell’s painting style is characterized by bold colors and large brushstrokes that capture the essence of her subject matter, whether she’s painting portraits or creating a series drawing attention to the beauty of bones. Waddell’s bright, light-filled canvasses can be found at Redux Studios, on her website, and at various pop-ups throughout Charleston. katewaddell.com // @katewaddellart
Hand-sewn and customizable, these vibrant clutches add a unique touch to any wardrobe. The Charlotte-based brand donates 10 percent of its profits to charity, benefitting both your style and the community. kustomklutch.com // @kustomklutch
Minimalism reigns supreme at Distil Union, where co-founders Lindsay Windham and Nate Justiss seek to simplify everyday life with their series of cleverly designed wallets and phone cases. distilunion.com // @distilunion
While bold and bright floral scenes often take center stage in Julia Deckman’s paintings, the local artist also accepts pet and house portrait commissions. byjdeckman.com // @byjdeckman
Oka-B combines fashion and comfort in its line of shoes handcrafted from recyclable materials in Buford, Georgia. Look for ballet flats, wedges, and sandals in an array of colors and styles. okab.com // @oka_b
Haley Keisler found her passion of designing jewelry at age 12 with an inherited collection of vintage jewelry that she reconstructed into new designs. Fourteen years and thousands of designs later, Haley seeks inspiration for her jewelry line from various color combinations, distinct textures, and the organic progression associated with the changing of seasons. hermosajewelry.com // @hermosajewelry
Nantucket-based boutique The Skinny Dip is set to make a splash in Charleston, where its new King Street shop will not only curate a collection of established and emerging designer apparel, but also serve as a community gathering spot, complete with a coffee bar and patio. skinnydipcharleston.com // @skinnydipcharleston
Inspired by modern, minimalist, and organic architecture, Chesapeake, Virginia-based Vonn Frais creates elegant yet sturdy handmade bracelets, earrings, and necklaces. vonnfrais.com // @vonnfrais
ZAGS Sunwraps are the perfect garment to take you from the beach to the bar, the dock to dinner, or anywhere in between. Available in three sizes, the hand-stitched UPF 30+ wraps are splashed with coastal-inspired artwork. The Charleston-based brand can be found at local boutiques Copper Penny and Finicky Filly. zagslife.com // @zagslife
Be the Change Boutique is on a mission to start a shopping revolution. Through its partnership with more than 70 brands seeking to make a positive impact on the world, this local store proves that high fashion can be synonymous with ethical shopping. bethechangeboutique.com // @bethechangeboutique
“Strong, sexy, and cool” is Rachel Roy’s ethos, evident in her sought-after designs. Make the designer’s runway looks your reality as RACHEL Rachel Roy offers up the same ready-to-wear, jewelry, and swimwear seen on the Charleston Fashion Week catwalk. Curvy sizes will be available, too! rachelroy.com // @rachelroy
Visitors to this full-service, luxury day spa can relax and improve their overall health and wellness with a choice of 70 rejuvenating spa treatments. They can also shop the boutique with an array of products hand-selected for luxury and wellness while supporting local and natural ingredients. One great example is their limited edition 1670 Charlestowne candle in “Sweetgrass” scent, complete with a collectors basket signed by a fifth-generation basket weaver. Ten percent of proceeds benefit the International African American Museum. charleston.woodhousespas.com // @woodhousemtp