No, we're not on the heels of Art Basel (don't worry you didn't forget something), but we are on the heels of fall and winter, which means that for many of those who live on the colder coast, or who simply enjoy a nice beach vacation, a trip to Miami may be on the horizon. If you're looking to do some spending while you're there, and we have a feeling you are, today we're here to simplify things for you with the ultimate guide to shopping in the sunny city. We tapped Miami-based blogger Carolina Lindo of I'm Not Sorry Darling to share her top destinations for retail therapy, and that she did. Covering everything from Style Mafia's showroom to the Miami Design District (home to the likes of Fendi, Valentino, and more), this list is the only one you'll need.
Scroll through to see and read about each of her eight eclectic selects, and then shop our Miami-inspired picks.
"Boho Hunter is a boutique located in the heart of Wynwood. Just as the name reflects, the store prides themselves on seeking the most precious treasures from Latin American culture. With a Boho hippie vibe, this boutique combines a diversity of craftsman pieces from designers ranging from Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, and more across the vast region." — Carolina Lindo
"This well-known multi-brand store has its flagship location at the heart of South Beach in a beautiful Art Deco building. If you are looking to shop the latest designer collections, The Webster offers you an exclusive and extensive selection of exquisite designer clothing and accessories." — Carolina Lindo
"Located in the heart of Lincoln Road, one of Miami's most touristic areas, Alchemist is a must-go-to. A celebrity favorite, this store combines luxury fashion with a mix of art and architecture. Upon entering, you are overtaken by a trance-like dreamy state with its interior design and unique views. In other words, it's a shopping experience for everyone. To top it off, you can find exclusive brand such as Rick Owens, Marni, Celine, and others." — Carolina Lindo
Miami Design District
"A must-go luxury shopping destination. Only a few miles from downtown, Miami Design District has everything you need to have an amazing shopping experience. Not only you can find brands like Hermès, Tom Ford, and Louis Vuitton, but you can also find shops of luxury home décor, art galleries, and great restaurants." — Carolina Lindo
"Located in Wynwood, one of the most artistic areas of Miami, Muse0 is a store that combines art and fashion in spectacular form. This concept store is one of my favorites since you can find designs from both local and international artists. For those who of you who gravitate toward unique, rare, and edgy styles, this is the perfect store." — Carolina Lindo
"As you may know Miami is known for its Latin influence, Seta Apparel is a Colombian brand that mixes rocker and bohemian styles with Vanguard and hippie inspiration. Seta is recognized for its extremely detailed beaded patterns, which are hand-woven, creating a perfect exposure of sensual elegance." — Carolina Lindo
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