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Shopping Amagansett | Love Adorned East End

Jul 25th, 2012 | Categories: Retail | by Michael Williams

Everything you need that you never knew you needed. That’s the easy way to describe the shop Love Adorned in Amagansett Square. The Hamptons outpost is an offshoot of the Elizabeth Street store by the same name, which is the off shoot of the popular tattoo parlor New York Adorned. It sounds more confusing than it really is. The hardest part of Love Adorned East End is dealing with the LIE on a Friday afternoon.

Another way to describe the summer-centric Love Adorned in Amagansett would be to say it is a sort of tribal Labour and Wait. That’s a strong compliment considering Labour and Wait is one of my top five favorite stores in the world.

Love Adorned is full of all sorts of interesting accessories and small items. It’s the perfect place to stop into if you want to spend an hour looking at a bunch of stuff you didn’t know existed, but want nonetheless. I spotted a few familiar brands in the mix, with stuff from RTH, Leather Head and Poler Stuff on offer. I also discovered a few brands I have never heard of — like the pricey but nice USA-made towels from Fresco. Granted, the prices are geared towards the well-heeled Hamptons set, but the shop is still worth a visit and a poke around. The merchandise in the East End has more of a beach slant than the Elizabeth Street store, but both have an interesting vibe and unique aesthetic. It is definitely worth an hour of your time between beach sessions. [Love Adorned East End]

Love Adorned East End | Amagansett Square, Amagansett, New York

Comments: 16

16 Comments to “Shopping Amagansett | Love Adorned East End”

  1. caleb
    on Jul 26th, 2012
    @ 12:11 AM

    I’m a sucker for bird calls.

  2. Bridget
    on Jul 26th, 2012
    @ 9:38 AM

    best store ever!

  3. Yokoo
    on Jul 26th, 2012
    @ 11:33 AM

    Everything about this place is perfect, from the floors to the name!

  4. Kristen
    on Jul 26th, 2012
    @ 7:26 PM

    I cannot wait to visit. So rad.

  5. Duncan
    on Jul 26th, 2012
    @ 7:47 PM

    That’s a very nice looking store. A lot of thought was put into the design and presentation which of course is all very beautiful.
    The gent, fifth picture down, looks great too.
    All in all, beautifully done!

  6. sam
    on Jul 27th, 2012
    @ 10:05 AM

    do most commenters on ACL just post something so they can provide a link to their blog?

  7. Speedmaster
    on Jul 27th, 2012
    @ 1:05 PM

    Wow, great looking place!

  8. bg
    on Jul 27th, 2012
    @ 1:30 PM

    Anthropologie should create a little men’s section with this stuff in it

  9. Brett
    on Jul 28th, 2012
    @ 11:37 AM

    How much were those Opinels in the knife cabinet going for? It’d be interesting to get a comparison, because you can find them online and in most stores for anywhere from 10-16 bucks.

  10. frost
    on Jul 29th, 2012
    @ 11:05 AM

    that is a really nice place

  11. Kim West
    on Aug 1st, 2012
    @ 11:18 PM

    Wow! You found a treasure here! I wish I could go there one day and browse through their stuff!

  12. helen
    on Aug 2nd, 2012
    @ 12:18 AM

    I love what you say about “Everything you need that you never knew you needed.”

    If I happen to visit this store, even if I have no intention to buy anything in the first place, I will still end up buying something. The items are really nice.

  13. top fashion online
    on Aug 5th, 2012
    @ 8:35 PM

    What a beautiful little shop.

    I love the sea salt soap!

  14. Kalle
    on Aug 6th, 2012
    @ 2:18 PM

    Anyone know where I can get some of the soap?

  15. KenMonster
    on Aug 7th, 2012
    @ 11:31 PM

    Terrific write-up and spot on with the description. Love the “Oil Often” inscription.

    I’m terribly enamored of the canvas and leather pocket sheaths in the picture with the orange handled shovels. Where (other than than Amagansett, since I won’t be able to make it anytime soon) can I find these?

  16. Marlon
    on Aug 11th, 2012
    @ 9:39 PM


    You can get it from this amazing company called Kala. They have tons of great stuff.