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Nantucket style is that perfect combination of laid back Americana. I felt as if I stepped off the plane and into a stylish Ralph Lauren ad (I’d like to point out that Ralph Lauren is one of the only chain stores you will find on the island). The men pulled off crisp, colored pants in hues like sea green with their polos and the ladies looked sleek and stylish in their colorful, printed halter dresses. There were a ton of great shops on the island – you’ll find everything including great fashion, home décor, jewelry and antiques.

Milly & Grace

I truly fell in love with this store. Store owner Emily Ott named her boutique after her grandmothers, Milly (the sassy one) and Grace (the sweet one) and stocks everything from fashion (dresses, stylish tops, and tunics) to baubles (everything from bold statement necklaces to delicate monogrammed necklaces) and even must-have home accessories (pillows, plates and hostess gifts).
2 Washington Street
www.millyandgrace.com

Current Vintage

Looking for a perfectly paired vintage wine and dress or a unique piece of jewelry? Look no further because this store carries it all. On the fashion front, you’ll find coveted labels like Hermès, Pucci, and Missoni. And, just like the clothes, the wine selection is just as edited. Browse rare wines that are difficult to find elsewhere. We call this one-stop shopping.
4 East Street
www.currentvintage.com

Trillium

Nantucket seriously had me wanting to throw the perfect coastal dinner party. The home décor stores were insane! I came upon Trillium and couldn’t get enough of their home accessories & furnishings (if only I could fit it all in my suitcase and on our 10-seater plane)! You’ll find gorgeous pillows, tableware, and much more to decorate your home in true Nantucket style.
15 Washington Street
www.trilliumnantucket.com

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Melissa Maynard

Melissa Maynard fell in love with travel as a young girl while taking a road trip adventure to Mark Twain’s hometown of Hannibal, MO, after a tour of a sprawling Gilded-Age mansion. With a lifted taste of all things luxury (and a cabin adventure, here and there), Melissa loves checking out opulent hotels in exotic destinations and far off places. Favorite thing about travel…the wanderlust of it all. She has written for the Chicago Tribune and is the editor-in-chief of Factio Magazine —luxury publishers for Glam.com, and Bliss.com.