Shopping in Rhode Island

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In a state as small as Rhode Island (just 37 miles wide), it doesn't take long for high-quality shops to find an audience and thrive. At luxury men’s... Read More

In a state as small as Rhode Island (just 37 miles wide), it doesn't take long for high-quality shops to find an audience and thrive. At luxury men’s-wear shop Marc Allen Fine Clothiers, a team of on-site tailors produce exquisite, custom-fitted suits (if you can’t go to them, they’ll come to you: a mobile van service is also offered). And Providence’s now-trendy downtown area is practically a showroom for edgy, local designers—many of whom trained at the nearby Rhode Island School of Design. From well-known brands like Barbour and the North Face to carefully sourced, 19th-century antiques, Rhode Island’s best shops provide plenty of options for fantastic souvenirs.

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  • Arcade Providence

    Architecture buffs won't want to miss the opportunity to gaze up at the 80-foot-high glass atrium ceiling inside this stunning 19th-century Greek... Read More

  • Armory Antiques Marketplace

    It’s tempting to spend the entirety of your Rhode Island trip strolling piers and slurping oysters, but this 6,000-square-foot military armory will... Read More

  • Clover

    As you weave in and around Providence’s newly reinvigorated downtown strip, sheer curiosity will draw you inside Clover. This free-spirited boutique... Read More

  • Cottage at Four Corners

    For those who love to entertain, this luxury home and garden boutique offers sophisticated, eye-catching pieces for the home—designer names here include... Read More

  • Downcity Outfitters

    Contrary to popular belief, Rhode Island is a year-round destination, equally suitable for balmy long weekends at the beach and blustery, scenic coastal... Read More

  • Marc Allen Fine Clothiers

    When men's-wear shopping demands a glass of scotch on the side, this is your port of call. The Marc Allen flagship has a second-floor lounge with a full... Read More

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