Savannah Day 2: Shopping

We hit up quite a few of our must-shop Savannah stores today.  It seemed like every single one was chocked full of fabulous finds.  Here’s the best of the best…

This is one of our Broughton Street favorites, featuring home furnishings and accessories in eclectic contemporary style.  We adored the “Women of Savannah” line of kitchen ware and tees.
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The Paris Market & Brocante
Further down on Broughton is this must-shop of all must-shops!  I’ve never been in without falling in love with at least one thing, but today I literally could have left with a car load.  So what couldn’t I leave without???  The large vintage bird cage in the third picture, a handful of old stadium seat numbers in the fourth picture, a small cast iron urn, a lavender seltzer water and a French lolli for the baby.
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One Fish Two Fish
Still in the historic district but over on Whitaker Street, this shoppe is full of eclectic and stylish furniture, lighting, bedding, art and accessories.  Sister and I couldn’t bear leave without a few of the gold bullseye mirrors in the last picture.

Polka Dots
This sweet little gift shoppe on the way from the historic district to the islands is loaded with coastal accents, Lilly Pulitzer home and gift items and unique jewelry.

Sweet Tea
This is a new addition to my must-shop list.  Located in historic Sandfly near Isle of Hope, I was thrilled to finally pop in after following along on Facebook for a good while.  There were SO many gorgeous items to be had, but it was the artwork that had me drooling.  I’ll definitely be back time and again!

For more Savannah shopping chronicles, check here, here, here, here and here.  So many lovely places to go!!

Last but not least, I want to wish the happiest of birthdays to bestie R as he celebrates forty-four today!  He’s got exquisite taste, a charming personality and is just incredibly FUN!!

Happy Friday, yall!

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