Friend with impeccable sense of style?
It looks like you’re all set to take on the best Miami Beach shopping trip you’ve ever been on. Home to an incredibly diverse collection of name-brand stores as well as independent boutiques, Miami Beach is the place for the ultimate shopping excursion.
In this guide, we’ll take you on a tour of some of our favorite spots so you can expand your closet and enhance your wardrobe.
Lincoln Road Shopping District
A lot of people call Lincoln Road the mecca of great shopping. This car-free pedestrian promenade is located between Washington and Lenox Avenues and is home to a wide variety of great shops and fine restaurants. Lincoln Road can get crowded, so try to make this stop earlier in the day if you can.
If you haven’t been to the historic Española Way village, then you’re easily missing out on some of the hottest styles and trends to hit Miami Beach. Not far from Washington Avenue, where you can find both designer and vintage clothe, Española Way has a collection of unique shops and restaurants. Plus these shops stay open late, so you don’t have to worry about rushing around if you decide to eat lunch first.
Who said you can’t stay in shape and be stylish at the same time?Known as the Runner’s Superstore, Fit2Run carries name-brand athletic gear to take your fitness wardrobe to a whole other level. Here you’ll find it all, from running shoes to GPS wrist trainers, all in the latest colors and styles. Fit2Run is also incredibly active in the community, hosting events such as weekly runs, parties, and themed nights.
Collins Avenue Shopping District
Do you enjoy sporting the latest styles before anyone else? Do you want to be so on trend that you’re actually ahead of the trend? Then the Collins Avenue Shopping District is the spot for you. With an upscale and cosmopolitan vibe, Collins Avenue is home to more than 30 designer shops and boutiques. For the hottest trends and fashionable accessories, take a stroll down Ocean Drive.
You know you’ve heard of it. Original Penguin is a trendy and youthful brand designing clothes that mix American sportswear with contemporary fashion. Thanks to the brand’s warm embrace from consumers, the line has become a sort of youth culture icon, making the collection even more desirable.
Gabriela Provenzano opened this fun and fancy accessory shop in 1999 after she moved to Miami from Basel, Switzerland. Also known as the Candy Store of Jewelry, Artconnection sits on busy Washington Avenue, where you’ll find beautiful European designs in her display cases. Featuring unique pieces made from coral, wood, silver, and much more, you’ll experience friendly and personable service from Gabriela and her team.
Thanks for joining us on this Miami Beach shopping trip. Now if you don’t mind, we need to see how we’re going to make more room in the closet for all of this stuff.