Shopping in Franschhoek

Make your way along Huguenot Street in the small South African town.

Located in Franschhoek (Cape Town’s answer to East Hampton, about an hour east of the city) is Huguenot Street, a major promenade often dotted with Benzes and BMWs that offers some of the Cape’s best locally inspired shopping. There, side by side, you’ll find Indian Summer ($ 50 Huguenot St.; 27-21/876-2992) and Peacock Blue (50 Huguenot St.; The former is a women’s boutique carrying locally made necklaces studded with sapphire, topaz and citrine (from $100); the latter is a menswear shop selling sturdy safari bags by South African supplier Melvill & Moon (from $150). At Karoo Classics (58 Huguenot St.), ostrich wallets (from $60) and crocodile belts (from $140) sourced from the nearby Karoo make stylish souvenirs. Up the street, Tallulah’s (21 Huguenot St.; 27-21/876-2819) attracts a loyal clientele with printed frocks by Mastik (pictured here; from $170), while all the leather goods at Tsonga (40 Huguenot St.; are handstitched in South Africa—try a pair of the store’s signature shoes (from $50).

$ Establishment accepts no charge/credit cards or accepts cards other than the American Express Card.