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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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La Isla Shopping Village

The open-air layout and many outdoor cafes make a visit worthwhile, not to mention the sheer volume and variety of shops—from Zingara, a swimwear boutique filled with an eponymous line of bright mix-and-match separates (from $20 per piece) to Zara, a trendy Spain-based fashion boutique chain.

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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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Tennis

This Latin American sportswear chain sells fairly priced, sleekly cut sportswear—cargo pants at $25, and hoodies from $15—in a spare, modern environment. 244 Calle Reyes Catolicos, 52-744-486-26-77

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Mercado Puerto Vallarta

In the typical mercado format, this market has a mix of items both manufactured, like woven plastic tote bags ($3 to $8) and handmade, such as leather sandals (from $8). On Calle Agustín Rodriguez, right off the bridge

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Mosaique

Look for sarongs, glass bead necklaces, and vividly hued silk pashmina scarves at this Balinese import shop. (Other locations are in Cancun; see that section—we're fans of each and every one.) 277-A Calle Basilio Badilllo, 52-322-223-31-46, and 279 Calle Juarez, 52-322-223-31-83

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Serafina

Allow yourself to be lured in by the bevy of plastic tote bags, many screened with obscure Mexican advertisements that dangle in clusters from the entryway. Once inside, peruse the outstanding selection of jewelry and clothing, like the antique embroidered tops and tunics-some are more than 100 years old.

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Sirenas

Its corner location allows for much-needed breezes to float through (Puerto Vallarta is perpetually hot and humid), so consider lingering over the chaotic-in-a-good-way collection of clothing, scarves, and more, all with a hippie-ish, Mexican bent.

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BleuBelle

Heather Burge first came to Savannah for a sorority formal, and the lack of shopping options—not the dance—is what left a lasting impression. A few years later, she returned to open this airy boutique, known for its hip, trend-triggering lines.
From Savannah's Broughton Street neighborhood store listing.

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James Gunn

Opened by local designer Stephanie Lindley, this terrazzo-floored clothing emporium—a former shoe store that Lindley's grandmother used to frequent—is filled with embroidered tunics and cloisonné-button camis, plus Lindley's retro-preppy pieces.
From Savannah's Broughton Street neighborhood store listing.

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