One of Honolulu's best-known purveyors of Hawaiiana and collectibles, this funky store on the fringe of Waikiki claims to ... More
Bailey's Antiques & Aloha Shirts
One of Honolulu's best-known purveyors of Hawaiiana and collectibles, this funky store on the fringe of Waikiki claims to carry the world's largest selection of vintage Aloha shirts. Perfect-condition collector's items from the heyday of Aloha shirts (the 1930s to 1950s) easily fetch $500 and up, and stylish "vintage reproductions" cost $30 to $100. You can also find wearable second-hand shirts for around $20. Other collectibles include old Zippo lighters, kitschy 1950s knick-knacks and World War II memorabilia.
I lived around the corner from Bailey's for 6 years and own at least a half dozen dragon shirt from there. The atmosphere is way cool and while Malu is a friend, she's also the best damned sales person you could ever hope to find. Regardless of that however, the store will have what you need in an aloha shirt. In fact you may well find something that you didn't even know you needed. Plan on spending some time there. I plan on calling them now to find some new shirts
Bailey's is a great place to find the perfect Hawaiian shirt, whether you're looking for something new or really cool vintage. I had a great time looking at all the cool shirts on the different racks, even the 70's polyester rack. Bailey's has a fun atmosphere with all the vintage Hawaiiana and they're super helpful and friendly.
I had a great time shopping at Bailey's Antiques. I bought a wonderful vintage Hawaiian shirt and two ties when I was in the store.
I kept in touch with the owner, David Bailey and his manager, Malu, and have since ordered more vintage shirts via mail.
They are very gracious and sent photos via the Internet so I could see the merchandise before purchasing.
Now I own the coolest vintage Hawaiian shirts in California!
When I entered the shop I was greeted with warm "aloha's" from the Mr. Bailey and his sales person, Malu, a beautiful Hawaiian woman. My entire visit there was a pleasure and I would reccomend visiting this shop before looking at any other shirt shop such as in Waikiki.
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