Shopping

Shopping

Looking for unique and eclectic shops? Want to know where to find the best deals in town? You've clicked to the right place. Shopping in Charleston offers a great mix of national and local retailers. To help you find the good stuff, we queried long-time locals to come up with the definitive guide to the best places to shop in Charleston. Our "Best Places to Shop in Charleston" is below:



Shoes

Bob Ellis Shoes

332 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Ph:
843-722-2515
Web site:
www.bobellisshoes.com/

A longtime Charleston institution and easily the best shoe store in town.

Women's Clothing

Berlin's for Women

114 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Ph:
(843) 723-5591
Web site:
http://www.berlinsclothing.com/

Four generations in the clothing business. 117 years at the same address. No wonder we're known as the store that made King & Broad famous. So don't look for Berlin's in a mall. We don't fit anybody's cookie cutter mold.

Berlin's is a Charleston original.

RTW Charleston

186 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Ph:
843-577-9748
Web site:
Email:
www.rtwcharleston.com/
personalshopper@rtwcharleston.com

RTW is an independently owned and operated women's clothing specialty store. Since 1978, Janyce McMenamin has personally selected each RTW item to put together a very distinct point of view the refining of style for the client has succeeded in personalizing one's wardrobe.

Copper Penny

280 W. Coleman Blvd.
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Ph:
843-881-3497
Web site:
Email:
www.shopcopperpenny.com/
shooz@shopcopperpenny.com

In 1987, model, shop-a-holic, and mother of three boys, opened Copper Penny in the thriving suburb of Charleston, named Mt. Pleasant. Penny Vaigneur introduced fresh, distinctive fashions to the Charleston market. In 1999, Copper Penny of Charleston opened on King Street, located in what was soon to be the heart of the downtown shopping district.