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Metropolitan Deluxe

This Southern home-goods chainlet caters to individuals looking to add the perfect vintage reproduction lamp or mod color-blocked pillow to their decor. The store's prices are on the affordable side, which makes a splurge on a set of Moroccan tea glasses ($8 each) or a sari-covered picture frame ($14) entirely acceptable.

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Private Edition

Locally owned and densely stocked—you'll find nearly every mid- to upper-end cosmetics line here—this 21-year-old beauty emporium is Nashville's homestyle Sephora. Owner Linda Robert and her diligent staff are always on the prowl for the latest brands to introduce to their customers. Recent inductees include products from Tarte and Rescue and a skincare line from Kanebo, while Fresh and T.

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Mabel's

This spot is as homey as it gets. Every Tracy Reese dress, Nanette Lepore top, and pair of Grass jeans is laid out in a maze of intimate rooms, and the shop exterior features a porch, rose-filled flowerboxes, and a white picket fence.

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Mabel's

This spot is as homey as it gets. Every Tracy Reese dress, Nanette Lepore top, and pair of Grass jeans is laid out in a maze of intimate rooms, and the shop exterior features a porch, rose-filled flowerboxes, and a white picket fence.

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Christiane Celle

Retailing force Christiane Celle pioneered shopping in St. Bart's more than a decade ago, and since then, she's added eponymous locations all over the globe. She recently returned to the island to open a secluded, tree-shrouded new spot—the original one had closed—and loaded it with gauzy tops, crochet skirts, and her signature crinkled-silk wrap dresses.

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Terra

After years of living in the West Indies, American-born proprietor Annelisa Gee has learned a thing or two about how to dress stylishly for the tropics. With Terra, she offers countless covetable interpretations of the bright top/breezy dress/floaty skirt wardrobe that's the unofficial uniform of St. Bart's, with takes on each by names like Aoyama Itchome, Miguelina, and Graham Kandiah.

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Plaza Caracol

The most expansive indoor mall in Cancun amply rewards shoppers who traverse its floors. There's Envy, which carries designer labels like D&G and Polo; Sybele, an upscale retailer purveying clothing and offbeat items; and Majolica, a tiny shop that sells reproduction portraits of Frida Kahlo.

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Plaza Flamingo

A trio of squawking parrots greets shoppers at the main entrance to this mall. We're especially fond of Wayan Natural Wear, a local chain that carries imports from Indonesia, lots of Mexican crafts (other locations are throughout Cancun), and a number of sterling-silver jewelry stores. 11.5 Blvd. Kukulcan, 52-998-883-29-45

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mercado de artesanias la diana

Though smaller than the Mercado de Artesanías (see above), this market is easier to get to from the major strip hotels. Bonus: It's open late to accommodate night-owl shoppers. For their pure kitsch factor, we fell in love with the giant burlap yarn paintings of various Mexican tableaus, $30 (see above,).

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Plaza Bahia

Two floors of boutiques, most of them dedicated to summery apparel, make up this compact mall. Our picks: Il Mare, which sells XOXO swimwear; and Ciao, a purveyor of D&G and Moschino. 125 Ave. Costera Miguel Aleman in the Golden Zone, 52-744-485-69-39

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