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Whether it's a slammin' party that Diddy, Cavalli, or Usher is throwing, a Sunday Funday on the water with your "boat friends," or a low-key afternoon at Tia 's house, there's always something to dress up for. Naturally, local boutiques have picked up on Miami ladies' spendy ways. Here are the best, where you can let your shopaholic ways run rampant.
Hey, at least you'll look good while you're breaking the bank. This luxury boutique embodies everything that Cultist stands for: Sure, it sits on the more pricey side of the spectrum, but immortal quality has no cost.
Unlike our other candidates on the list, Alchemist has not one but two boutiques boasting minimalism - one on the west side of Lincoln Road, right off of Alton, and the other hovering right above in the The Herzog and Demueron Carpark on the fifth level. Though Alchemist has already contributed loads to the Miami fashion scene, founder Roma Cohen says the store has more up its sleeve.
But you'll have to stay tuned to learn more. This is a boutique for the Boho girl at heart, the one who'd rather lie low in a slouchy, fringed Kimono and some denim cut-offs than be caught dead in a restricting Hervé Léger bandage dress outside of LIV. Neo-hippie Australian brands like Mink Pink, Insight, and surf-inspired Tallow dwell within the house, alongside swimwear brands like Mandalynn and, of course, Stone Fox.
Dreamcatchers of all hues and sizes, scented candles, and ethereal drapes also help set the mood in this cozy nirvana. As cool and trendy as all of its new merch may be, it's the fox's tbt nuances that really catch our eye. The pop-up also devotes a plenty of space to vintage pieces at ridiculously inexpensive prices. And we bet you've never met a philanthropic fox who has a strong sense of community before. Miami, Splash has heard you and it considers your feelings.
Contrary to your average boutique, which changes its merchandise according to season, this South Miami boutique doesn't like to pretend Miami's something it's not. So forget your wool cable knits and goose down anything, and expect to see laces, cocktail dresses, and a bevy of swimsuits in the light, airy expanse with a killer festooned window display. To tie into the whole island-life vibe, a much beachier Splash also calls the Bahamas home; Reyes spends most of her time there.
But it's the island store's more metropolitan twin that caters to a spectrum of brands like Finders Keepers, One Teaspoon, and local designer Alexis that we can't get enough of. But the best part about summer shopping at Splash is the wave of countless swimsuit brands harbored toward the back of the store.
And just like her bold, playful footwear, her private label store garners that same individuality. Every month, approximately 30 pieces are freshly displayed at the shop for Pereira's fashion-forward clientele to shop away. The boutique, best known for its architectural aesthetic, daring cuts, and chic, industrial edge, regales the girl who always likes to look jujjed-up.
If you're a "Maxxinista" who prefers to schlep around in her brother's sweats and calls slipping on a pair of Rainbows "dressing-up," this isn't for you. The secret to Baby Cottons is…drum roll…the cotton. They use Pima cotton from northern Peru, and the difference is undeniable. The outlet is most definitely worth a stop, especially if you're in the "spit up on everything but still want them to look cute" phase of life.
Tutti Bambini is definitely one of those establishments that make Miami residents proud. They even have a photography and special events arm. Their excellent service ensures you get all of your questions answered, and are in and out with speed. This year-old Spanish company is undoubtedly special they are famous for dressing the Spanish Royal Family , and their only United States location is in Miami.
From utterly gorgeous knitwear to outfits fancy enough for a wedding, Pili Carerra delivers the highest of the high-end. The baby blankets and clothing are gorgeous and supremely soft—if you're in the market for a gift that makes you look good, this is the place. They also carry nursery furniture and bedding. When you're in need of something uber-cool and willing to shell out some dollars on the trendiest children's brands, Liliane Roland is the place to go.
The fact that the store is on Miami Beach, meaning you don't have to deal with heading to a mall, is a major bonus. This is a great place to find an outfit for a special event or dinner out with family. The toys and accessories are also a great option for birthday or baby gifts!
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