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These Popular Hawai‘i Boutiques Just Opened Online Stores So You Can Shop from Home

Now you can support these previously brick-and-mortar-only boutiques (and score some stylin’ finds) from the comfort of your couch.


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Retail stores have slowly been reopening across O‘ahu. But, we get it, you may not be quite ready to venture out. Luckily, a few of our favorite local boutiques shifted into high gear during the stay-at-home period and launched new online shops, so you can score their stylin’ clothes, accessories, home goods, stationery and more from the comfort of your couch.  

 

PHOTO: COURTESY OF MŌNO

 

MŌNO

Online Shop: monohawaii.com 

What You’ll Find: Exuding the same minimalist-cool vibes as its South King Street boutique, MŌNO’s sleek web shop is home to nearly all of the store’s modern, design-minded stock, including its drinkware, leather goods, accessories, stationery and home décor.

Online Exclusives: HONOLULU Magazine readers can score 10% off their online orders now through June 15 with the code HONOLULU.

Returns: Online purchases can be returned in-store or shipped back as long as the items are in the same condition as when received. 

 

PHOTO: COURTESY OF HOMECOMING HONOLULU

 

HOMECOMING HONOLULU

Online Shop: shophomecominghonolulu.com 

What You’ll Find: A fun assortment of the Ala Moana shop’s trend-forward clothing—think cute crop tops and high-waist denim shorts, sundresses and flannel jackets. 

Online Exclusives: Keep an eye out for Artesia Vintage items—only one of each will be available.

Returns: Vintage items are final sale. All other online returns can be mailed back or returned at the Ala Moana Center location after receiving a return authorization email. 

 

PHOTO: COURTESY OF ADORE CLOTHING CO.

 

ADORE CLOTHING

Online Shop: adoreclothing.com 

What You’ll Find: One of our favorite Kāhala boutiques for its breezy Island fashions, Adore has loaded its web shop with roughly 70% of its clothing inventory, including its comfy-chic tops, cardigans, maxi dresses, jumpsuits and more. You can also browse handbags (including Aloha Collection’s splash-proof styles), jewelry and the newest addition to Adore’s stock, patterned face masks for adults and keiki. 

Online Exclusives: Stay tuned—the shop plans to start releasing these soon.

Returns: The shop has adjusted its return policy to be more flexible during this time—online returns are accepted on new, unworn items and can be done via mail or in-store. Face masks are final sale. 

 

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