Bailey’s Antiques and Aloha Shirts has been around for over 20 years but it feels as if they’ve been with the community for decades longer. They’ve become a mainstay along Kapahulu Avenue, a quick turn up and away from Waikiki Beach, and is a popular browsing layover after a hefty lunch at the Rainbow Drive-In.
The long coral toned building and sign claiming 15,000+ Aloha Shirts is enough to lure in passer-byers. You don’t doubt this claim the minute you walk in as the bright colored fashion anthem of Hawaii is found hanging on every nook, cranny, and rafter inside Bailey’s Antiques and Aloha Shirts.
In addition, there are countless of assorted items of Hawaiiana and other antiques and collectibles. From vintage bottles of Primo (Hawaii’s most famous beer) to tiki statues to original thumb sized Smurfs, you can find it all at Bailey’s Antiques and Aloha Shirts.
Antique pickers and hunters won’t necessarily score a great deal a Bailey’s because management is aware of the both the value of their collection AND their proximity to deep pocketed tourists in Waikiki, thus everything is priced accordingly. However you are guaranteed to find one of a kind and/or hard to find goods at Bailey’s Antiques and Collectibles so it is well worth the hunt.At the very least you cannot leave without reducing the 15,000+ Aloha Short collection by one.