5971 West Jim Bilton Blvd.
Saint George, SC 29477
Phone: (843) 563-4195
Fax: (843) 563-3540
Goldstein's On Russell is a wonderful place to shop for some amazing Greek products, kids' apparel and a lot more. Situated on Dorchester Street Southeast, this boutique also sells trendy jewelry, watches and music Cds at great prices.
Reuel Boutique retails in a trendy collection of formal wear and party wear for men and women. Situated on Russel Street, this store sells some dainty floral dresses and dapper suits in different fits. You can also shop for wonderful accessories to complement your outfits.
Shop for trendy's women's apparel and accessories at Monique's Unique Boutique. Situated on Church Street, this store also has an excellent collection of handbags, necklaces and other chic accessories.
Shop for some exquisite pieces at Andrae's Jewelers. Situated on Russell Street, this jewelry boutique sells a wonderful collection of men's and women's jewelry. You can also shop for some elegant watches and wedding bands.
Dean's Ltd sells a wonderful collection of dapper formal wear for men. Located on Russell Street, this boutique also provides tuxedo rentals at great prices. You can also shop for stylish jackets, suits, hats and other accessories.
Prince of Orange Mall was established in the year 1984. Ideally located on Chestnut Street Northeast, this regional shopping center is anchored by stores like Belk and JC Penney. Other upscale stores include Bath & Body Works and Kay Jewelers.
Step back in time to a country store that appears to exist in a former old-fashioned service station from the 1920s. Packed within one room are shelves and tables filled with Carolina rice, ciders, jams, stone ground grits, preserves, pickles and relishes. Other items include packages of baking supplies and jars of chutneys, dips, sauces, salad dressing and syrups. There are also fresh-baked pies, cookies, books and gift baskets. Brightly lit, colorful and sparkling clean, visitors can taste free samples of the homemade products in this family-owned store. It's tempting to purchase one of everything, and those who can't resist stopping are sure to leave with something. A sister store a few miles away is located at 81 Charleston Highway, Yemassee. Parking is on site. Mail order is available online. Visit the website for recipes. -Natasha Lawrence
Located less than 10 miles north of Charleston, the Charleston Tanger Outlet Center offers upscale outlet shopping, with an impressive collection of 90 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Eddie Bauer, Reebok, Adidas, Gap, Timberland, Calvin Klein, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Nike, Harry & David and many more. Visit their website for coupons and the complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more. Shop 'til you drop!
Captain's Comics and Toys is the neighborhood comic book store of Charleston. With new comics coming in every Wednesday, this is the place to find the new issues of the titles you love. Plus, with a large selection of toys and collectibles, you can find the perfect gift for any comic book lover (or grab a little something for yourself). They buy and sell old books, so bring in your collection to see if you've got any hidden gems.
King Street is Charleston's main shopping thoroughfare. Starting at the southern tip of Charleston and running north, you have 16 blocks of shops to explore as you admire the beautifully preserved colonial architecture. You can find everything from Gap to Gucci, but the many independent stores are what make King Street unique. The area is in three sections: the design and dining district, the fashion district, and the antiques district. For rare and pricey home furnishings, try hunting in A. Fairfax Antiques. And for the shoe lovers, Bob Ellis Shoes stocks high-end designers like Manolo Blahnik and Prada, but you may want to opt for comfortable walking shoes if you're attempting to shop the whole length of King Street!
Sugar Bakeshop, located on Cannon Street, is a charming nook of a bakery that offers simply delicious baked goodies like cupcakes, cookies, croissants, muffins and such. Established by the New Yorker duo David Bouffard and Bill Bowick, Sugar has garnered much adoration from its neighborhood. The chocolate chip cookie here comes highly recommended whereas weekly specials like the Lady Baltimore cupcake is also quite a crowd puller.
Magnifilous Toy Emporium is a wonderland of fun toys. Opened by Blane and Nancy Sommer, this little store front on King Street is dedicated to providing high quality toys for children of all ages. With a carousel, player piano and giant gumball machine, this place is an experience that makes shopping fun. Bring your kids to enjoy all the amazing products, and pick up some gifts for any occasion.