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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA

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Myrtle Beach Shopping

Myrtle Beach shopping is ideal for anyone who’s looking to buy haute couture or souvenirs to bring back home.  There are large venues offering everything imaginable and outlets that help you save big bucks. 

Shopping Centers
Among the most visited spots for Myrtle Beach shopping is the Barefoot Landing.  This unique boardwalk will remind you of an old fishing village, but the retailers here carry the latest and trendiest wears.  You’ll be tempted to sit and relax while taking in the breezes from the lake, but the allure of the shops will be hard to resist.   

Another exquisite venue for all your Myrtle Beach shopping is the Market Common.  It has a family atmosphere for exceptional buying.  There are specialty shops like Williams-Sonoma where you can purchase everything to make your kitchen a chef’s dream.  Or you can stop in and browse through out-of-the ordinary clothing at Radom.  They stock vintage wear dating back to the 1940s and up to the 1980s.  And if you’re searching for inexpensive casual wear for your teenage daughters, you’ll treasure Just for Girls.  It’s hip and affordable. 

You’ll also find that the locals as well as visitors rave about Barefoot Landing.  It’s your typical American complex but emphasizes on novelty items, making the shopping experience more enjoyable.  Young boys cherish the thought of wearing cool duds.  The ideal place to find these is at David & Goliath the Stupid Factory.  Don’t let the name fool you.  They sell stylish apparel as well as great accessories.  But if you’re getting yourself a new wardrobe for your vacation, Caribbean Vibes will not disappoint.  They’ll dress you from head to toe in the most comfortable and chic wear ever.  Do however make time to stop by Native sons to get your sun care products. 

For real savings, Myrtle Beach shopping is best at the Tanger Outlets.  Every department in the store offers quality; at the same time, it allows for great bargains.  You can buy clothing as well as accessories and fine footwear. 

Myrtle Beach shopping gives travelers stupendous opportunities to obtain fine antiques.  The top establishment for such is the acclaimed Fox & Hounds Antiques Mall.  It houses more than sixty merchants dealing in furniture, pottery, china, glass and porcelain.  They even showcase rare and difficult to find books.  Bring a pair of comfortable shoes to explore the 8,600 square feet of treasures.   I 

Specialty Shops
For anyone who’s a nature enthusiast, Alligator Adventure Post will bring hours of amusement.  This unusual gift shop has everything from wildlife coffee table books to stuffed animals for the kids. 

But whatever you do, don’t miss Anything Joe’s.  It’s a favorite of everyone who travels to Myrtle Beach.  It displays all types of hand painted gifts such as reading lamps, piggy banks, plates and vases.  There’s a room filled with small decorative furnishings you won’t want to forego. 

Tip:  Browse through the nice selection of hand embroidered pillow cases and tablecloths.  Many of these feature plantation scenes.      



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