The Best Shopping in Mobile Bay
From covetable designer duds to unique finds for the home—and everything in between—it can all be found right here in Mobile Bay, Alabama. Thanks to excellent customer service and inspiring retail experts, our local boutiques offer an unmatched shopping experience. Read on for some of our favorite places to shop in town. We hope you’re able to visit them all in person, but if not, most are able to ship anywhere in the country. So get out there and shop small, and don’t forget to tell them The Scout Guide sent you!
East Bay Clothiers (39 North Section Street, Fairhope). On the quest for amazing tailored men’s and women’s looks? You’ll find it here.
Gigi and Jay’s (400 Fairhope Avenue, Fairhope). A charming store with a classic collection of children’s clothing from infants up to juniors.
Sadie’s (5 South Section Street, Fairhope). A quaint women’s boutique that’s a favorite among the locals.
The Holiday (4513 Old Shell Road, Mobile) Long-running boutique selling contemporary clothing and accessories for women and children.
7 South Shop (7 South Section Street, Fairhope) From work out to lunch out and from the boat to the bar, 7 South offers quintessential Eastern Shore athlesiure, lounge, swim and dressy casual clothing for men and women.
Atchison Home (921 Dauphin Street). This interiors shop features a 20,000 square foot showroom stocked with European antiques and accessories.
Chapel Farm Collection (19130 Scenic Highway 98). A locally owned and operated shop with a carefully curated assortment of gifts, jewelry, art, and antiques.
Charles Phillips Antiques and Architecturals (4505 Laurendine Road, Theodore). It’s a bit of a drive, but they have eight warehouses with antiques and treasures from all over the world, so it’s well worth the effort.
The Ivy Cottage (9 Du Rhu Drive #360). A beautiful selection of gifts and home decor, ideal for creating your tablescape dreams.
The House (404 Fairhope Avenue, Fairhope). Home decor shop and interior studio that provides endless design inspiration.
Interwoven (50 South Church Street, Fairhope) A collaborative experience bringing together
one-of-a-kind artists, designers, influencers, synergistic ideas, eclectic styles, and an intentionally curated collection of furnishings, antiques, art, and boutique gift items.
Businesses in bold indicate they are The Scout Guide Mobile Bay members.
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