- 1) Bailey's Antiques and Aloha Shirts
Whether you're pairing it with board shorts on the beach or slacks for a casual day at the office, aloha shirts are spreading Hawai‘i's aloha spirit around the world one top at a time. If your style is kitschy cool, you'll want to suit up for island life with a stop to Bailey's Antiques and Aloha Shirts.
Kicking back on Kapahulu Avenue, Bailey's bursts at the seams with racks upon racks of aloha shirts (they claim to have the largest selection in the world and we wouldn't disagree), and we-didn't-know-we-couldn't-live-without-it-till-we-found-it-at-Bailey's finds. With more than 15,000 aloha shirts ranging in price from a few bucks to more than $500 Bailey's is the perfect pit stop for one-of-a-kind pieces (including brands such as Kona Bay, Kalakaua, Iolani and Kahala), specialty designers and everything in between.
At this eclectic emporium you'll also find the perfect gift for everyone from your co-worker who expects a gift after every trip, to your dog sitter and brother-in-law with vintage prizes like Pez dispensers and Zippo lighters to knickknacks and memorabilia from World Ward II.