PART THREE: Don’t Leave Nantucket Without Them!

The Haulover | Nantucket | MAHaulover
Anyone who has spent any amount of time on Nantucket knows how quickly the weather can change, and that’s where the Haulover at 7 Salem Street comes into play. For this season’s cooler temperatures, check out their extensive collection of outerwear for the whole family!

Nobby Shop | Nantucket | MANobby Clothes Shop
Family owned and operated since 1930, the Nobby Clothes shop at 17 Main Street has been providing islanders and visitors with high quality, name-brand men’s sportswear at a reasonable price. They carry their own Nobby Clothes Shop private label sportswear and their popular line of Breton Reds sail pants, shorts, long-sleeve shirts and caps.

Johnston's Cashmere | NantucketJohnstons Cashmere
Head on over to Johnstons Cashmere at 4 Federal Street for this season’s softest knits! They carry cashmere wraps and ponchos that make great transition pieces for the changing season.


PART TWO: Don’t Leave without Them

murrays1Murray’s Toggery Shop
Murray’s Toggery Shop at 62 Main Street has a way of keeping the classic looks they are known for while evolving with the times and constantly changing trends of the fashion world. Just recently they launched a new brand called the M Crest Collection, fine apparel for men and handbags for ladies, all made in the USA.

Emily Brooke Rubin | Sweet Liddle | Nantucket | MASweet Liddle
Sweet Liddle at 40 Centre Street offers a wide variety of fun and eclectic products to browse through, from clothing to home goods to natural soaps and toiletries. The handmade leather bags from Maine really caught my eye, and are one of their best sellers.

Peter England | Old South Wharf | Nantucket | MAPeter England
Peter England is celebrating its 40th year on Nantucket, providing their clientele with quality products made in the USA. Their luxuriously cozy knits for both men and women are all hand loomed using fine yarns, Irish linen, and organic cotton. They are located at #3 and #11 Old South Wharf.

Don’t Leave Without Them: 3 Nantucket “Must-Haves”

Bartlett's Farm | NantucketBartlett’s Farm
Now that the craziness of summer is over, it’s time to settle into a season of cozy get-togethers and dinners with friends. Did you know that Bartlett’s Farm at 33 Bartlett Farm Road carries gifts, home accessories, and items for stylish and easy island entertaining? Stop by and pick up some great serving pieces for your next dinner party!

Island Cashmere | Nantucket | MAIsland Cashmere
Island Cashmere, located at 32 Centre Street, is the only purveyor on the island of the well known French Sole ballet flats and they have a floor to ceiling wall dedicated to them. These comfortable and stylish shoes are perfect for fall and come in many different styles and colors, so you’ll be sure to find a pair that works for you.

coldnosesCold Noses
Get ready for the holidays at Cold Noses, the pet boutique located in the Courtyard at Straight Wharf. They have a great selection of Nantucket ornaments that are hand painted and available in a variety of breeds, perfect for the dog lover in your life.


Final Performances of A Picasso and RED at TWN

Tonight, Theatre Workshop of Nantucket offers you one last chance to see Jeffrey Hatcher’s A Picasso, directed by Kate Splaine and starring Alexander Cook and Katie Croyle. Tomorrow night, TWN brings one last showing of RED, directed by Patrick Walsh and starring Sean McGuirk and Vince Veilleux.

Take it from me, the theatre reviewer: these shows are must-sees. Full reviews of the plays are found here (A Picasso) and here (RED).

Get tickets ($30) while the getting’s good!


Katie Croyle and Alexander Cook in A Picasso.