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Miami is a high fashion city. And with sunny and sizzling temperatures, it's no wonder there's a whole host of outdoor shopping malls to enjoy. Why wander through the air-conditioned hallways of a mall when you can feel the sunshine on your shoulders and take in the sights of swaying palm trees amidst beautifully landscaped plazas?
Many of these outdoor shopping malls even boast live entertainment for the full experience. And, of course, no day of shopping is complete without a bite to eat and a cocktail to unwind. Here's your guide to some of Miami's best outdoor shopping malls.
Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus anchor Miami's most luxurious and iconic outdoor mall, Bal Harbour Shops . With lush, tropical palms, limestone walkways, koi ponds and art installations, it's home to every designer flagship under the sun. Ideal for aspirational window shoppers or those inclined to make a splurge, shops include Chanel, Prada, Valentino, Versace, Van Cleef & Arpels and more. Don't miss multi-brand boutique Oxygene for a smartly edited selection of ready-to-wear by Lanvin, Isabel Marant and Alexander Wang, as well as adorable designer baby clothes. French bistro Le Zoo by restaurateur Stephen Starr is a local hotspot and the perfect place to refuel with a glass of white wine and French onion soup.
Overlooking beautiful Biscayne Bay and surrounded by the dramatic downtown cityscape — including PortMiami and American Airlines Arena — Bayside Marketplace blends shopping with pleasure as national retailers share space with culturally distinctive merchandise and nonstop entertainment. More than 150 shops include big names like Gap, Wet Seal and Victoria's Secret, while small carts and kiosks sell local crafts and memorabilia, exotic jewelry, leather goods and gift items from around the world. An open-air plaza invites strolling and relaxing in between purchases, as shoppers take a break from browsing to take in street performers and concerts. Anchored by Hard Rock Cafe and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. with spectacular waterfront views, Bayside is also the embarkation point for many of Miami's water sports adventures.
Mary Brickell Village is the heart of Brickell's thriving shopping and entertainment district. Lined with bars and restaurants, it's a popular spot for lunch, happy hour and late nights amongst Brickell's young professional crowd. Shop the chic boutiques, like Atik, Basik, Blush, Indie Soul and Essence Shoes, and don't forget to make time for a little pampering at Massage Envy or Spa & Nail Fever. This outdoor plaza is always buzzing, so stick around for a drink at hotspots Blue Martini or Brother Jimmy's and then grab a bite to eat at Baru Urbano for a pan-Latin feast.
In the city center, Midtown Miami is a shopping mecca anchored with big box stores like Target, HomeGoods, Marshalls and Nordstrom Rack. Surrounded by some of the city's best new restaurants, like Apeiro Kitchen & Bar, Blackbrick Chinese, Brasserie Azur and longtime standbys like Sugar Cane and Spris Artisan Pizza, dining and nightlife sometimes takes center stage here. Flanked by luxury high-rise apartment buildings, Midtown is a hip spot for young professionals looking for a chill, yet fun night out.
In bohemian Coconut Grove, CocoWalk is an open-air shopping, dining and entertainment destination that invokes the ambiance of a Spanish square amidst South Florida's tropical atmosphere. You'll find national retail favorites, like GAP, Cheesecake Factory, Fat Tuesday, Maui Nix Surf Shop, Edward Beiner Eyewear and the exclusive First Flight Out, a Pan Am historical exhibit and retail store. When the sun sets, CocoWalk heats up with live music and art strolls, as well as the bar and restaurant scene for al fresco drinks, dining and dessert. Film buffs can also catch a flick in the ultramodern Paragon 13 movie theater for a VIP experience.
In lushly landscaped Coral Gables, the Shops at Merrick Park is one of Miami's most upscale outdoor shopping malls. Named for George E. Merrick, the mastermind behind the “City Beautiful,” the Village of Merrick Park is home to 115 shops and restaurants on three levels with tropical gardens and fountains surrounding a central courtyard. The setting is peaceful, beautiful and decidedly chic. Anchored by Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, you can peruse the racks at luxury boutiques like Gucci, CH Carolina Herrera, Tiffany & Co., Diane Von Furstenberg and Burberry. Take a shopping time out for lunch and a glass of wine at Villagio or Piripi, and craft beer fans will love the selection at Yard House.
In South Miami, close to the University of Miami, you'll find the Shops at Sunset Place outdoor mall. Spacious piazzas set a relaxing tone for shopping, dining, movie-going and martini-sipping. While readers browse in Barnes & Noble, fashionistas can check out the Armani Exchange, Banana Republic, Urban Outfitters and a host of other stylish shops. It's also a great place to scope out home furnishings at Z Gallerie. The fun awaits at Gametime and the AMC Sunset Place 24 with an IMAX Theatre. The shops even boast an upscale bowling alley, Splitsville Luxury Lanes & Dinner Lounge, for a fun afternoon diversion.
In South Miami, waterfalls and covered walkways complemented by lush flora make The Falls a serene place to shop. Boasting more than 100 shops and restaurants, anchored by Macy's and Bloomingdale's, The Falls is one of the nation's largest open-air shopping centers, with the first American Girl store in Florida. It's also home to Apple, Michael Kors, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Build-a-Bear and Williams-Sonoma. Once you're all shopped out, buy a ticket to a flick at onsite Regal Cinemas. There's also a wealth of eateries to choose from, including Brio Tuscan Grille, BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse and Corner Bakery Cafe.
Anchored by the legendary Gulfstream Park Racetrack & Casino, the Village at Gulfstream Park is an open-air retail, dining and entertainment destination. Designed by renowned South Florida architect Addison Mizner in a Mediterranean Revival style, shops along the outdoor palazzo include Bang & Olufsen, West Elm, Swimland and the Village Squire. With a bowling alley, live, dance classes and more, the Village of Gulfstream Park offers endless entertainment for the whole family. With over 25 restaurants to choose from including Fountain Club, American Pie Pizzeria, Cantina Laredo and Rok:Brgr, make a night of it after your day of shopping.
Shoppers who find themselves in Miami are in for a treat. The city is filled with beautiful malls that range from uber-luxury to outlet mall havens. From the beautifully landscaped Bal Harbour Shops and Shops at Merrick Park , to the sprawling mega-malls of Dadeland and Dolphin , there's a destination for every shopper under the sun in Miami.
Consistently ranked one of the top five highest-grossing malls in the country, Aventura Mall is home to over 300 retailers. One of Miami's more upscale malls, it's anchored by six department stores including Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom and Macy's, and boasts luxury boutiques like Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Tiffany and Co., Fendi and Burberry. Choose from more affordable brands like H&M, J. Crew and Urban Outfitters, or get your tech fix at the Apple and Microsoft stores. Aventura features 12 different restaurants including the Cheesecake Factory, as well as a 24-screen AMC Movie Theatre with IMAX. Make time for the little ones to burn off some energy at the mall's artist-designed, interactive playground.
Take a trek to South Miami for a day at Dadeland Mall . At over 1.4 million square-feet, it's home to Florida's largest Macy's with both a Macy's Kids store and a Macy's Home Gallery, making it a popular destination for furniture shopping. Other department stores include Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and JCPenney. With more than 185 stores, Dadeland features popular brands like Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Coach, Sephora and Talbots. For the tech-inclined, pop into the Microsoft or Tesla store. Just don't skip a meal while at Dadeland. With restaurants like Bobby Flay's Bobby's Burger Palace and Canadian transplant Earls Kitchen + Bar, you'd be missing out on a great meal.
The legendary Bal Harbour Shops have made the village of Bal Harbour synonymous with luxury shopping. Opened in 1965 by owner and developer Stanley Whitman, it became Florida's first exclusively high fashion shopping center on what was once World War II army barracks. The 450,000 square-foot al fresco mall features over 100 shops and is anchored by luxury department stores Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Laid out in catwalks and shaded breezeways, it's landscaped with palm trees, bright tropical flowers, koi ponds and limestone and marble fountains, creating a relaxing, pleasant shopping environment. The enviable list of designer boutiques include Chanel, Prada, Gucci, Balenciaga, Chloe, Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta and Valentino. For the shoe fanatic, there's Jimmy Choo, Giuseppe Zanotti and Tod's. Make time for a meal at either Makoto for some of the best Japanese and sushi in Miami or the chic, playful Le Zoo for French bistro fare.
Located in the heart of The City Beautiful, Coral Gables' Shops at Merrick Park is an upscale al fresco mall. The manicured courtyard garden with Mediterranean-inspired fountains are surrounded by luxury retailers, like Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Carolina Herrera, Diane Von Furstenberg and Burberry. Anchored by Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, it's not all upscale glitz and glam here. You can also find more affordably priced retailers like J. Crew, Athleta, Madewell, Anthropologie and Banana Republic. When it's time to unwind, choose from dining venues like Yardhouse for pub grub and craft beer, Villagio for fine Italian fare or Crave for sushi.
For designer brands at affordable prices, look no further than Doral's Dolphin Mall . It's Miami's largest outlet shopping center with more than 240 stores including Calvin Klein Factory Outlet, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue's Off 5th and Tommy Hilfiger Company Store. It's so much more than a shopping mall, though, with premium entertainment venues like the upscale CineBistro movie theater, Dave and Buster's and Strike Miami bowling alley. The massive Atrio food court features 30 dining destinations, while the mall also boasts 17 sit down restaurants, including Texas de Brazil Churrascaria, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Brother Jimmy's BBQ and The Cheesecake Factory.
At over 1 million square feet, you can get some serious shopping done at Miami International Mall . Located in Doral near the Miami International Airport, it's home to major retailers like Macy's Women's and Kid's, Macy's Men's and Home, JCPenney, Kohl's, Sears, and H&M. You can also shop at over 140 boutiques, like bebe, Cache, Coach, Forever 21 and Guess. With 22 restaurants to choose from, like The Knife and BJ's, you can easily make a day of it at this sprawling mall.
Also located in western Miami near the airport, the Mall of Americas features affordable retailers like Marshalls, Old Navy Outlet, Home Depot, Ross Dress for Less, Costco and FootLocker. It's home to a 14-screen AMC movie theater for a fun diversion from shopping. In keeping with its theme, the food court is home to international cuisine of the Americas, including Honduran, Brazilian and Cuban restaurants.
While it's technically not a mall, there is plenty of shopping to be done at the Miami International Airport . Whether it's a last minute souvenir, luxury goods or duty free purchases, it's not a bad way to kill some time before your flight. Terminal D is home to some of the best shops and restaurants, including local independent bookstore Books & Books and South Beach's own Icebox Café (they make a killer quiche before a morning flight). Check the terminal maps for your departure gate and look for top retailers like Coach, Brookstone, Hugo Boss, L'Occitane and Michael Kors.
Located in South Miami's Cutler Bay area, Southland Mall is home to over 120 retailers including Macy's, Sears, JC Penney, TJ Maxx and Old Navy. It's a family-friendly environment with plenty of attractions catering to the little ones like a carousel, indoor playground and bounce house. Make a day of it by grabbing a bite to eat at one of Southland's eateries, like Applebee's, Buffalo Wild Wings or Johnny Rockets and then settle into a cushy seat at the 16-screen Regal Cinema.
Centered around a million gallon waterscape, the fittingly named The Falls, this mall in Pinecrest offers a lush, open-air shopping experience in South Miami. Anchored by Macy's and Bloomingdales, it also boasts Origins, Swarovski and Talbots. With plenty of restaurants to choose from, it's home to the upscale grocery store Fresh Market. It's a great mall for the whole family, featuring a Build-a-Bear Workshop, American Girl and a salon for kids called Cartoon Cuts. End your shopping adventure with a matinee at the onsite Regal Cinema.
Miami is famous for its street style fashion sense. Now you can hit the streets at these famous al fresco shopping destinations. From South Beach to Wynwood, here's your guide to Miami's most famous shopping streets.
South Beach is a major destination for al fresco shopping and there is no shopping street as iconic as Lincoln Road . This outdoor pedestrian mall runs east to west through the center of South Beach as a hub for shopping, café-style dining and serious people watching. Look for high-end boutiques like Alchemist and Intermix amidst recognizable brands like H&M, Zara, Forever 21, J. Crew and Lululemon. Plus, a trip to Lincoln Road isn't complete without ducking into Miami's independent bookstore Books & Books.
Running perpendicular to Lincoln and close to the ocean, you'll find Collins Avenue and Washington Avenue . The largest concentration of shops on these busy avenues are found south of Lincoln Road. Collins is home to Dash, Sephora, Quiksilver, Vans and Victoria's Secret, while Washington has AG Jeans, Diesel and various surf, skate and shoe stores.
Española Way is another pedestrian street bisecting Collins and Washington, just a few blocks south of Lincoln Road. It's a charming street with buildings epitomizing the Spanish colonial architecture found throughout South Beach. You'll also find shops like SoBe Wear, Heart & Soul, Española Cigar and BCC Jewelry amongst plenty of restaurants.
Of course, if any street is synonymous with South Beach, it's Ocean Drive . Lined with Art Deco hotels, raucous outdoor bars and café terraces, it's also home to galleries, souvenir and antique shops. The heart of Ocean Drive runs along the beach between 5th Street and 15th Street and is well worth a visit for a taste of that “only in Miami” energy.
One of the newest and hippest shopping destinations in South Beach is found in Sunset Harbour on Purdy Avenue and Bay Road. This two-block loop overlooking Biscayne Bay is home to locally-owned fashion boutiques like Frankie, Sunset Clothing Co. and Eberjey, as well as some of the best casual-chic eateries loved by locals, like Icebox, Lucali, Panther Coffee and the newly opened NaiYaRa for modern Thai food.
Along Downtown Miami's Flagler Street , you'll get a window into Old Miami with historic department stores like La Epoca direct from Havana and Macy's. The area is also known for its wholesale fabric shops and jewelry stores. For an under the radar dinner, pop into Soya e Pomodoro for authentic Italian food and live jazz music.
In a few short years, the Design District has become the Rodeo Drive of the subtropics. The district's main shopping artery is NE 40th Street where you'll find major designer flagships like Prada, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Christian Louboutin and Hermes. The newly developed Palm Court, just a block away on NE 39th Street is home to high-end jewelers, like Hublot, Tag Heuer and Jason of Beverly Hills. The neighborhood is anchored by the longstanding Michael's Genuine Food & Drink for a down-to-earth, farm-to-table lunch in an appropriately chic setting.
Wynwood is another neighborhood that's grown leaps and bounds in the last five years. Originally a mecca for art galleries, the bars and restaurants followed and now retail has also hit the arts district. The main thoroughfare of NW 2nd Avenue is where you'll find hip shops like Shinola, Warby Parker, Marine Layer and Kit & Ace. While you're in the neighborhood, don't forget to pop into galleries like Robert Fontaine Gallery, Greg Sheinbaum Fine Art and Pan American Projects. You'll also find plenty of great spots for a bite to eat from Wynwood Diner to Coyo Taco.
Coral Gables, a.k.a. “The City Beautiful,” as George E. Merrick planned it back in 1922, consists of wide, tree-lined avenues and picturesque piazzas evoking the Mediterranean. Miracle Mile captures all of this splendor as one of the city's most iconic shopping streets. A hub for chic bridal shops, Miracle Mile is also lined with boutiques and cafes for a complete day of al fresco shopping. After you've found “the dress,” enjoy a celebratory meal at Ortanique on the Mile.
While CocoWalk is a famed outdoor shopping mall in Coconut Grove , the shopping extends beyond that cluster of stores to streets like Main Highway, Grand Avenue and Commodore Plaza. Look for adorable boutiques like Market, Unika and Funky Urban Clothes amidst this bohemian neighborhood by Biscayne Bay. There is more than enough to choose from when it comes to a dining, from the newly opened Harry's Pizzeria to classics like Greenstreet Café.
The streets of Miami Lakes spiral into the city center where you'll find Main Street. This is also the shopping and entertainment heart of the city. Shop at boutiques like D'or Fashion, Blacc and Drop Boutiques along this corridor. There's also a 17 screen movie theater and restaurants like Miller's Miami Lakes Ale House and Tamura Japanese Seafood Buffet.
In Miami, shopping isn't just a pastime, it's a sport. While some are in it for the hunt and to find the best deals, others want the ultimate star-treatment from the high-end fashion brands. If you want to pay to play in the big leagues, then these shopping districts are where you should start.
Developer Stanley Whitman opened Florida's first high-end shopping center in 1965 and the Bal Harbour Shops have been one of the country's leading luxury retail centers ever since. It's also one of the exclusive locales that many famous European brands chose to open their first stores outside of New York.
Located on a barrier island just north of Miami Beach, Bal Harbour Shops is a far cry from your average, over-crowded mall experience. It's an al fresco, three-story shopping center featuring whimsical public art displays, lush tropical landscaping and koi ponds — giving the property a Zen-like vibe.
Anchored by luxury department stores Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, you won't find any run-of-the-mill brands here, only high-end heavy hitters. The current store roster includes the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Prada, Tiffany & Co., Versace and more.
The shopping center is adding 250,000 square feet of retail space, which will include up to 40 new brand-name stores. And with the collection of Forbes rated five-star luxury hotels nearby (like The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort and Acqualina Resort & Spa) the Bal Harbour Shops continues to be one of Miami's ultimate luxe shopping destinations.
Bal Harbour Shops is located at 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, FL 33154. Most of the shops are open from Mon. - Sat. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Sun. noon to 6 p.m.
Located less than three miles from Downtown Miami, the Design District has become a glamorous international luxury shopping destination in just a few short years. The Design District is not a mall, it's a neighborhood; think New York's Soho or Melrose Drive in Los Angeles.
A massive undertaking inside Miami's urban core, the Design District is a work in progress and new stores are constantly moving in. But don't let that stop you from shopping some of the world's most esteemed luxury brands.
As new buildings are constructed and historic structures are given new life, high-end fashion brands are flocking to the area famous for it's innovative art, design and construction. Today you'll find stores like Hermès, Christian Louboutin, Marni, Maison Martin Margiela, En Avance, Cartier, Céline, Louis Vuitton, Dior Homme and Prada — with many more preparing to move into the neighborhood.
Led by local developer Craig Robins, the transformation of the Design District is far from finished. Around 100 new stores have plans to open over the next two years. And before it's all done, there will be a 30-foot-wide pedestrian mall running north and south from 38th to 42nd streets, public art pieces, more than 300 native Florida trees planted and some of the best people-watching this city has ever seen.
The Miami Design District is located at 3841 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33137. Stores are typically open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
While the following three shopping areas aren't strictly centered around luxury retailers, they do have their fair share of upscale stores and offer a taste of the luxe shopping experience.
Offering more of a classic shopping mall experience, Aventura Mall is ranked as one of the most-visited retail destinations in America. The mall is anchored by Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom and Macy's, and features luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Burberry, REDValentino, Philipp Plein, Sandro, Emilio Pucci, Tiffany & Co. and more. To further expand its retail offering, Aventura Mall will undergo a significant expansion that will include a new three-level, 241,000-square-foot retail wing and parking garage.
Pedestrian-friendly Lincoln Road intersects with bustling Collins Avenue and both streets are just steps from the glistening white-sands of South Beach and a famous stretch of hotels that line the Atlantic Ocean. While you won't find quite as many super luxe retailers here, you'll find a nice mix, including a few high-end boutiques like the Kardashian's DASH store, Intermix, Alchemist, as well as upscale brands like Armani and BCBG Max Azria.
Anchored by Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, the Shops at Merrick Park is an open-air shopping center featuring Mediterranean-inspired architecture, beautiful natural landscaping and outdoor fountains in the center of the complex. There's a mix of classic and high-end retailers, including Burberry, Diane von Furstenberg, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Kate Spade New York, Tiffany & Co. and more.
As Miami continues to expand it's international shopping destination status, we invite you to come visit and, of course, shop ‘till you drop.
MiMo stands for Miami Modern and nested between 27 blocks on Biscayne Boulevard between Northeastern 50th and 77th Streets are prime examples of the playful architecture style. It's the perfect backdrop for a little boutique shopping, Miami style. Here, find four boutiques where you are sure to score new key pieces to add a little flavor to your wardrobe.
With vintage setting the tone of the historic neighborhood, this retro shop is a great fit for the area. Fly Boutique has long been shopped by stylists and designers for bygone pieces that inspire. But you don't have to be a fashionista to enjoy the collection of unique finds. Vintage dresses, boots, bags, hats, jewelry and more fill this quaint little corner space. Be sure to check out the selection of hand-dyed nightgowns, which make perfect cover-ups, as well as reinvented retro pieces. There's even offerings for him. And if you fall in love with the décor, which boasts a shabby chic feel, just ask the price. It's also for sale. Fly Boutique is located at 7235 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33138. The store is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. It's closed on Saturdays.
If it's a blend of classic and contemporary you crave, head to The Weekender. Owner Patricia Costa has more than a decade's worth of experience in the high-end luxury business and her mix of small L.A. and N.Y. labels makes up the selection at her chic Biscayne Boulevard boutique. By keeping limited offerings of each item, The Weekender ensures you won't be dressed like anyone else on your night out. And Costa is more than happy to help you put a look together. She has an eye for styling her array of clean lines and edgy prints. The Weekender is located at 7246 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33138. It's open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
When you've searched high and low for that perfect frock and have come up empty handed, head to Rebel. The boutique is known for its selection of dresses, cool tees, distressed denim, bikinis and accessories. There's even a selection of consigned designer pieces so you won't break the bank getting something new for a night out. From local designers like Karina Grimaldi to national designers like Elan and Junk Food, there truly is something here for everyone, be it boho style, a little bit of rock ‘n' roll or just beach chic. Rebel is located at 6669 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33138. The store is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m.
If you're shopping for fashions that are trendy, on point and won't leave a ban on your budget, consider shopping Touch. The boutique is stocked with body conscious dresses, bikinis, crop tops, maxi skirts, boho-patterned pants, shorts and more. Owner Cynthia is a master at putting pieces together, as well as throwing accessories into the mix. Just ask her to lend a hand. And with the store offering alterations, you can be assured that your new look will fit like a glove. Check out Cynthia's own line of clothing, as well. Her bold pattern and sexy shapes will leave you looking and feeling stunning. 7231 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33138. Shop Touch Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
As one of the newest shops to call the MiMo District home, Hint is a chic space with everything from women's clothing and accessories, as well as art and décor for your abode. The mix of up-and-coming designers like Filomena Fernandez and established names like J Brand makes it a great place to stock up on the brands you love, but also find something new. Be sure to check out the selection of shoes, too. Hint is located at 6301 Biscayne Blvd., No. 103, Miami, FL 33138. The store is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
With restaurants, fitness centers, juice bars, bars and more, it's easy to see why Sunset Harbour has quickly become Miami Beach's new “it” neighborhood. But it's the shopping that makes it a must for fashionistas.
Whether you're on the hunt for a locally made bikini, a cute dress for a night out or an eco-conscious gift, these are your go-to spots in Sunset Harbour.
Conceived in Miami, this lingerie, loungewear and swimwear brand also has its second-ever stand-alone boutique in Sunset Harbour. Find beautiful nightgowns, adorable bralettes, summer bikinis, even a selection of kids swimwear and cover-ups. The lace and lovely window displays will draw you in and the delicious scented candles will awaken your senses as you browse the beautiful collection. Find it at 1905 Purdy Ave.
If it's cute and trendy pieces that won't break the bank that you are after, head to Blush . The boutique is just a few doors down from JugoFresh, so you can grab a fresh-pressed refreshment before or after you shop with ease. Inside, find “it” girl favorites, like crop tops, sets, harem pants, jean shorts, distressed denim and more. Be sure to check out the selection of bikinis from Florida-made brands like Montce, as well as stunning beach staples like caftans, cover-ups and more from Elan. Find it at 1935 West Ave.
If it's high-end bargains you're after, simply step next door from Blush and into Consign of the Times. The luxury consignment boutique is where you'll come across Chanel, Prada, Fendi, Gucci, Hermes and more at a fraction of its original price. Be sure to check out the bags and shoes for almost unheard of deals. Should you leave feeling like you looted Bal Harbour but still managed to keep your bank account in tact, well congrats. Find it at 1935 West Ave.
They say cotton is the fabric of our lives. And at Peace Love World, one touch proves why. Using some of the softest pima cotton on earth, owner Alina Villasante weaves positive messages of love, kindness, global awareness and fun into her lines of tanks, tees, sweatpants, dresses, leggings and more. Consider this the neighborhood comfort zone with a twist of inspiration. Find it at 1935 West Ave.
One of the newer boutiques to open in Sunset Harbour, Market focuses on basics you never knew how you lived without before. You'll find the tank top you'll likely live in all summer here, along with a classic button-up that goes just about everywhere you do. Most items in the store fall into a muted palette of white, blacks, beiges and greys that are as simple yet necessary as your favorite tee—which you'll also find amongst the minimalist décor. And with prices under $100, you'll be able to stock up on many essentials. Find it at 1400 20th St.
Frankie is the friend's closet you constantly raid. It's packed with standout pieces that will leave most people you pass asking where you managed to find what you're wearing. With brands like For Love and Lemons, Zimmerman and more, you know a look from Frankie will be on point. The best part, each piece is carried in limited quantities making sure you won't be stuck wearing the same dress as the girl next to you. Find it at 1891 Purdy Ave.
If it's eco-conscious fashions with a globally giving background you're after, stop into Metta. The boutique is a must for anyone who rocks a boho chic vibe. Caftans, harem pants, mochilas, beaded necklaces—you'll find all these festival wear staples at Metta. But what you will also find are brands that use earth-friendly and recycled materials, as well as brands that give back to women's groups, charities and other socially inspiring programs. Be sure to check out the selection of candles, journals, jewelry and children's items for excellent gift ideas. Find it at 1845 Purdy Ave.
If you think Sunset Harbour is just a shopping stop for her, think again. Bringing one of the most unique men's shops to the area is Cottage Miami. The store is stocked with cool and comfy weekender options for him. Brands like Saturdays make incredibly soft and supple hoodies, tanks and tees with a beachy vibe, perfect for the guy who isn't afraid to show off his own personal style. Be sure to take note of the store's charming beach-inspired décor, including the upside down canoe suspended from the ceiling. Find it at 1784 West Ave.