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Hamptons Summer Shopping Guide: Main Street, Southampton

Originally Posted: May 21, 2012

Nicole Barylski

The home accesories wall at C. Wonder. (Photo: Nicole Barylski)

Southampton - With so many stores to choose from in the Hamptons, here is a rundown of some of our favorite stores to check out as you stroll down on Main Street in Southampton this Memorial Day Weekend.

Studded Shorts and Wedge sneakers are a must have from LF Stores. (Photo: Nicole Barylski)

Women's clothing hot spot Impulse Boutique (94 Main Street, www.impulseboutiques.com) is open for its second year. The store which carries women's clothes, accessories and jewelry is on trend this summer filled with bright colors and dresses, dresses and more dresses. According to store owner, "The ease of the dress is you throw it on and go".

Geared towards girls who dare to be different LF Stores Southampton (87 Main Street, www.lfstores.com) is a must stop for fashionistas looking to stand out. Trends currently at LF are tye dye, 90's grunge, neon, peek-a-boo dresses and shirts and studs. Their most popular items are their sneaker wedges and studded shorts available in a assortment of colors. They also have a location in East Hampton (33 Newtown Lane).

Men's store Edward Archer (85 Main Street) most popular item is their Gardeur jeans imported from Germany. From hats to dress jackets men will be able to find something for every occasion.

Before you head to the beach make sure you stop in Flying Point Surf & Sport. While they have locations all over the Hamptons, their Southampton location has a men's store (69 Main Street, www.flyingpointsurf.com), women's store (65 Main Street) and children's store (63 Main Street).

From surf boards to sunglasses, Flying Point Surf & Sport carries everything you could think of for a day at the beach. With walls of flip-flops, sunglasses and bathing suits every beach bum is bound to find something.

Stop by Flying Point Surf & Sport before you hit the beach. (Photo: Nicole Barylski)



The women's store is perfect for those looking to accessories, pick up a chic cover-up from a range of designers or handmade bracelets from Nepal in a range of colors perfect to mix and match this summer.

Going to a dinner party and looking for a hostess gift try Mackenzie-Childs (31 Main Street, www.mackenzie-childs.com), known for their enamel tableware. Pick up a tea kettle or pedestal platter in their most popular courtly check or floral patterns. For the little ones in your life Mackenzie-Childs carries enamel wear bowls and cups in different animal designs or a stuffed animals for when the tooth fairy comes with a pocket for the lost tooth.

Bubble chandeliers from Homenature offer one-of-a-kind lighting. (Photo: Nicole Barylski)

Celebrating their 20th anniversary this year the ultimate in casual luxury Tamara Comolli (27 Main Street, www.tamaracomolli.com) is the perfect place to stop in if you are looking for beachy casual jewelry perfect for every day. Choose from bracelets, necklaces, earring, rings or flip flips with their signature pendants, ideal no matter what you are wearing.

For everything home stop by Homenature (6 Main Street, www.homenature.com), who carry everything from furniture to tableware. Some of their more popular items include items trays made from inlay bone over wood or a decanter which comes in a variety of sizes. One of the more unique items at Home Nature is their bubble chandeliers which are hand-blown and fully customizable any shape or size.

New to Southampton this summer and bringing brightness to every aspect of life is C. Wonder (5 Main Street, www.cwonder.com). Whether you are looking for women's clothing, accessories or home décor you will be able to find something that brightens your day. Looking for a customized gift pick up a nylon totes which can be customized with your initials or their best selling initial bangles.


Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com NicoleBarylski NicoleBarylski




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