Savannah Shopping Guide

Broughton Street

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.
205 W. Broughton St., 912-443-0011, bleubelle.com

Products: Denim, Lingerie/Loungewear, Women's Clothing, Bags, Jewelry, Beauty
Type of Store: Boutique

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.
2515 Abercorn St., 912-790-7500, jamesgunnonline.com

Products: Denim, Lingerie/Loungewear, Swimwear, Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique

Kathi Rich

This is the kind of place you walk into and immediately feel at ease. The racks have a happily cramped look; the '50s-style lounge area has a low-key feel; and a wild assortment of bags is scattered throughout.
317 W. Broughton St., 912-236-7424, kathirich.com

Products: Lingerie/Loungewear, Women's Clothing
Type of Store: Boutique

The Paris Market & Brocante

The attention to detail at this French flea market-themed shop is extraordinary: One corner holds a mad-scientist desk strewn with ledgers and old vitrines; in another, a table is set for a Victorian tea party, complete with pretty sweets.
36 W. Broughton St., 912-232-1500

Products: Vintage, Jewelry, Antique, Tabletop, Books/Stationery, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique

Peddler Jim's Antiques

Buried within this dusty collectibles resource is a secret closely guarded by local vintage fiends: a pair of tables heaped with tangled mounds of costume jewelry. Dig deep enough, and you'll find something amazing. (We extracted an art deco necklace for $15.)
526 Turner Blvd., 912-233-6642

Products: Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique

Zia Boutique

Zia Sachedina was born in Kenya and grew up all over the globe, so it only follows that his jewelry/gift source reflects his travels: pendants chiseled from polished amber, bib necklaces laced with raw Indonesian rubies, and spindly Mozambican sandalwood vases.
325 W. Broughton St., 912-233-3237, ziaboutique.com

Products: Jewelry, Tabletop, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique