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Zoë

Chic sister stores stock upscale designers with downtown sensibilities.

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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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Jules

An offshoot of Lili Belle, this recently opened shop sells bright, hand-embellished pieces by little-known European designers, plus the house line of locally made Liberty-print and kente-cloth strapless smocked tops.

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Lili Belle

We adore Parisian labels Claudie Pierlot, Tara Jarmon, and Isabel Marant, but they're not always easy to find. At Lili Belle, they're plentiful and available for less than you'd find in the States. In a wise move, owner Virginie Marquant carries not just summery pieces but also ones that work in chillier climates.

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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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Bahama Hand Prints

At this factory/boutique, swaths of batiste and linen are hand-screened with graphic, sherbet-hued images of sea grapes, hibiscus, and conch shells, then sewn into a variety of clothing, placemats, and napkins.

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Calypso Carousel

With its circular-shaped interior and proliferation of bright clothing, this boutique has a playful mood inspired by old-fashioned merry-go-rounds. Look for Fighting Eel jersey dresses, Ingwa Melero satin halters, and ombré silk chiffon slipdresses by Brit designer Jenny Packham.

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Cole's of Nassau

For 50-plus years, this Bahamian chainlet has faithfully outfitted women in preppy-tropical clothing and accessories. Currently within its downtown flagship (the Paradise Island location is more trend-driven; the store in Lyford Cay has a refined air) are sundresses by names like Tibi, Milly, and Tracy Reese, a full rainbow of Jack Rogers's sandals, and tons of floral-print bikinis.
Parliament St., Nassau, 242-322-8393; plus other locations

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Marcie Bond

Born in the Bahamas and educated in England and Switzerland, proprietor Marcie Bond has an aesthetic that's equal parts laid-back Caribbean and buttoned-up Anglo—and it translates into the brilliant mix of pieces both tailored (coral-print polished-cotton Quadrille blazers) and carefree (Roberta Freymann voile kurtas) found in her mellow, seagrass-carpeted store.

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Calypso and Calypso Next Door

The Caribbean's coolest trove of hard-to-find designer labels—Alice Temperley, Chloé, Azzedine Alaïa, Thomas Wylde—resides at these neighboring shops. Aside from their overflowing stock, both Calypso and Next Door routinely have items that have long since sold out stateside: On our visit, Lanvin's sought-after patent ballet flats were spotted on the shelves; back home, we could only find them on eBay—for twice the price.

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