Outer Banks shopping is right up there with the best of areas. In fact, we even laugh that Duck is the Outer Banks's own local Rodeo Drive (see Duck Shopping). These Outer Banks clothing stores feature bathing suits, casual sportswear, formal dresses and suits, all the current surf shop styles, high style, easy style.
Treat yourself to something special while vacationing on the Outer Banks. From Corolla to Hatteras Island, you'll find a variety of clothing shops, beachwear stores, and boutiques. Outer Banks shopping ranges from economical t-shirts and bathing suit cover-ups, to high-end purchases such as designer bags and jeans.
Policemen would actually measure a woman's bathing suit on the beach if they thought she was breaking the law. By the mid-1930s, women's and men's bathing suits took on a similar appearance in shape and cut. California swimsuit maker Mabs of Hollywood incorporated Lastex, a woven elastic and silk material with a satin finish, into his pieces.
Stop by Nags Head's Ben Franklin at Mile Post 10 on the Bypass where you will find everything you need for the beach! From Clothing, T-shirts and Swimwear to Boards, Chairs, Umbrellas and Tackle. You'll find it all…and of course, we have the best selection of Souvenirs anywhere on the Outer Banks. Enjoy your vacation!
A 30 x 18 custom inground pool (with available heat) is the centerpiece for the resort-like grounds. An inclusive kiddie pool and swim-up bar seats ensure a true family experience. The 8-person hot tub provides bubbling comfort and a birds-eye view of the starry nights skies over the Outer Banks.
W e feature the largest selection of swim separates on the Outer Banks, including bra sizes B through G and have hundreds of OBX logo items! Visit Birthday Suits Kill Devil Hills at MP 10, Birthday Suits Duck at Scarborough Lane Shops, and Birthday Suits Corolla at Monteray Plaza.
Corolla is certainly one of our favorite places to be, but the Outer Banks has so much to offer that you may want to plan some extra stops, or side adventures, while on your next vacation. Here are 5 awesome Outer Banks day trip destinations you should definitely add to your 'to-do' list!
i still fondly recall the last thong bikini i saw on the Outer Banks last year, in Avon. A friend told me that thong swimwear is illegal anywhere on the Outer Banks. i'd never heard that before, is it true? i know my sightings have been very rare, maybe that explains it?
For those traveling to the Outer Banks, The Cotton Gin is a beloved landmark with its large windmill and picturesque gardens. The Cotton Gin has stood in the same location since 1929, starting as a working cotton gin and growing to a gift store with 4 locations.
Wings has multiple locations all over the Outer Banks, featuring everything "beach-related" you can think of. From beach towels and bathing suits, to souvenirs, t-shirts and boogie boards, Wings is an inexpensive shopping destination to load up on everything the out-of-town family might need for a day at the beach.
Situated on the breathtaking Outer Banks of North Carolina, we are a chain of surf boutiques specializing in women's and men's beach fashion year-round. We are dedicated to finding our customers beach lifestyle clothing and swimwear that will carry them from surf to sand, beach to brunch, or fishtails to cocktails!
Birthday Suits is somewhere I have ALWAYS wanted to shop, but never had the confidence to do so. Well, the second we walked in the door Jill warmly greeted us and asked what she could do to help. I explained my situation and before I could finish she was pulling suits!
Experience more adventure, fun, and style with Kitty Hawk Kites. For over 40 years – and with locations from Corolla to Ocracoke – Kitty Hawk Kites is proud to provide the most unique shopping experience with unmatched quality and service, as well as the most dynamic adventure offerings on the Outer Banks.