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Local Shops Eden in Love and Homecoming Honolulu Now Have New Digs

Two local boutiques sets their sights on expansion.


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Eden in Love

Eden in Love
Photos: Aaron K. Yoshino

 

Going Coastal

Few do the feel-good vibe better than Eden in Love. Brimming with sweet-as-can-be keiki finds, adorable office accessories and sundresses in cheery hues, a stop at the local boutique is an instant pick-me-up. And now, the brand is taking its sunny demeanor shoreside with a third storefront at International Market Place.

 

Eden in Love

 

As a nod to the iconic surf neighborhood, owners Tanna and Bryson Dang infused the shop with coast-modern touches. Beachy wood panels complement Eden in Love’s signature floral wallpaper and gilded trees. And the merchandise mix reflects a salty hair, don’t care lifestyle: pineapple-print sundresses from Ki-ele, wave bangles from Maimoda Jewelry and monstera-print midi dresses from Rokoko, all of which are only available at the Waikīkī location.

 

Eden in Love

Photo: David Croxford

 

The Dangs went heavy on the exclusives to help set the shop apart from its Ward counterpart. Also in the Waikīkī-only lineup are shaka kids tees from Izzy & Luke, Elly Lu plush narwhals and cheeky Little Arrow pins featuring cat lady phrases and sunglasses-clad dachshunds.

 

International Market Place, (808) 377-4394.

 

Trend & Snap

Framed pop art prints, whimsical landscape photography and a cheeky neon sign proclaiming that “it was all a dream” set the stage for a fun shopping experience at local boutique Homecoming Honolulu’s new outpost at Ala Moana Center.

 

Homecoming Honolulu

 

The shop’s original Chinatown location is known for stocking trend-forward fashions and here it’s no different. A roll call of the latest must-haves is front and center—’90s-style slip dresses, henley bodysuits, distressed denim and matching top-bottom sets.

 

Personally, we can’t get enough of the shop’s statement throw-practicality-to-the-wing accessories, including furry slides, crushed-velvet pyramid pouches and mini cylindrical cross-body bags in silver and gold, all coming home with us ASAP.

 

shophomecominghonolulu.com

 

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