With its tree-lined streets, cool breezes from the bay, and subtropical climate, it's no wonder that The Washington Post once referred to Fairhope as "utopia." Pick up plenty of merchandise proclaiming pride for this Southern sweet spot at The Fairhope Store.
• $10 for $20 to spend on merchandise, including T-shirts, caps, coffee mugs, and more
A Shore Thing
After spending several years in NOLA, professional artist and Fairhope native Lisette Milham Normann returned to her beloved city by the bay to give her children the same memories she had growing up on the Eastern Shore. Her love for the town inspired Lisette to open The Fairhope Store, which is packed with shelves and racks of items boasting her beautifully designed logo -- like mugs made by local artist John Rezner using Fairhope clay.
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The Fairhope Store
Show Your Love for the City WaPo Called "Utopia"
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