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Gift Us With Your Presents

We hit three of Honolulu's newest stores for a holiday gift-list blitz.


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Valerie Joseph
Who will love it: Girly girls.
What stands out: From its pink walls to the posh, velvety couches, this store screams femininity. You'll find embellished skirts, colorful camisoles, lingerie, bags and tons of accessories.
Prices: A head-to-toe outfit can be had for under $200, including jewelry and a handbag.
McCully Shopping Center, 1960 Kapi'olani Blvd., Suite 111. 942-5258.

Second Skin
Who will love it: Those tired of the endless hunt for the right pair of jeans.
What stands out: Second Skin is one of the few stores on O'ahu to bring in Mavi's oh-so-comfortable jeans line for men and women. Also, check out unique women's jewelry, imported from Bali and clothing from 7 Diamonds and Philosopher's Garden.
Prices: Jewelry and belts start at $15, denim ranges from $70 on up.
Ward Warehouse, 1050 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite C6., 593-1056.
Crazy Beautiful
Who will love it: Trend-seekers.
What stands out: Everything in the boutique is funky and versatile, the kind of clothing you can wear with rubber slippers or your best stiletto heels. The stores features local labels Fighting Eel, Ginger 13 and Vivo.
Prices: Tops and blouses average $40, and fun, funky jewelry is a steal at around $10.
Restaurant Row, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 5-5 536-8729

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