Launched in 2006 by siblings Duane and Teasea Bennett, Rêve has gone from strength to strength creating beautiful and unique jewelry and accessories from Jamaica and the wider Caribbean. With a loyal following of celebrities from Tara Banks to Kelly Rowland, this award-winning brand celebrates original, bold designs that are proudly Jamaican made. Find the shop in the tranquil grounds of Devon House. It also has a boutique collection of earrings and rings at the National Gallery of Jamaica.
Afrocentric inspired rustic jewelry with a Jamaican twist best describes Vintage Chic. There’s an emphasis on nature and simplicity and pieces are handmade by designers in Kingston. Discover a stunning range of pendants, rings, earrings and bracelets.
My Jamaica houses an impressive collection of Jamaica-themed merchandise, from Bob Marley to Usain Bolt and lots of local crafts. It’s worth visiting, though, for the excellent range of non-Jamaican themed accessories, too. Colorful sarongs, batik inspired clutch bags and gorgeous island inspired jewelry also graces its shelves. Sun Island also stocks a range of ‘Callaloo’ clothing and accessories for women, children and babies by north coast designer Sophie Eyssautier, bringing French flavor to exotic Jamaican style.
My Jamaica, Liguanea Plaza, Hope Road, Kingston, Jamaica +1 876 977 2805
Bijoux offers the perfect shiny accessory to compliment any outfit. Being Jamaica’s only licensed Rolex dealer, Bijoux stocks an impressive selection of watches. Some of the watches can be rather pricey, but you get what you pay for. There are also diamond rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings for every price bracket; plus, Bijoux also stocks more affordable items from Pandora.
Bijoux, 7 Dominica Drive, Kingston, Jamaica +1 876 926 4784
You won’t find clothing related accessories here, but there is a wonderful range of gift sized beauty products. Guaranteed to leave you looking and feeling gorgeous, these little treats are the perfect accessory to any woman’s bathroom. Products are made using raw materials sourced in Jamaica. The mango body butter and the pumpkin spice candle smell good enough to eat.
Specializing in sexy semi-formal and casual attire and statement pieces, Sobelio stocks an ever-changing range of island-inspired accessories including scarves, necklaces, belts and sun hats to keep Kingston women looking effortlessly glamorous.
Lee’s Fifth Avenue has been supplying a range a range of ladies and gents clothing and shoes for the last 40 years. It includes brands like Gap and Banana Republic, with all items reasonably priced. There’s also a wide range of shoes, purses and beach accessories to keep you feeling island chic.