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The Best Independent Clothing Boutiques In Miami

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Updated: 7 September 2016
In spite of the dominance of major shopping malls in Miami, the city continues to house a range of independent gems. The Culture Trip rounds up the best boutiques to visit.
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Tupelo Honey

Tupelo Honey is a trendy little boutique specializing in denim clothing. This store has been immortalized by the legendary musician Eric Clapton, who named a song after Tupelo Honey. With a new store opening in Aventura, there’s no excuse not to clad yourself in Miami’s most comfortable denim.

7250 SW 57th Ave, South Miami, FL, USA, +1 305 667 2400

Town Center Aventura, 18785 Biscayne Blvd, Aventura, FL, USA, +1 305 963 9300

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Located in Bal Harbour – a renowned shopping center – this affluent community has high expectations, and Oxygene’s luxurious offerings certainly don’t disappoint. At Oxygene you will find menswear and womenswear from brands like Balmain, Lanvin, and Isabel Marant. Another cool thing about Oxygene is that they carry a wide selection of children’s clothes and stylish numbers for the little ones.

Oxygen. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL, USA, +1 305 864 0202

Pretty in pink @moncler @oxygenebalharbour @balharbourshops

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Cavalier is a recent addition to the A-list group of stores on Ponze de Leon Blvd, in Coral Gables. Cavalier offers brands such as Zimmerman, Elizabeth and James, and Torn by Ronny Kobo. Coral Gables loves a good social gathering: be the talk of the party when you walk in wearing a simple yet elegant Iro Moltani Romper, or the ever silky smooth and sexy Iro Calix dress.

Cavalier. 2710 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL, USA, +1 786 502 8982

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Base has undergone much transfiguration over the past few years. Hopping around from different addresses on Lincoln Road and changing the direction and approach of the brand, BASE’s success over the last 20 years can largely be attributed to the co-founder and creative director Steven Giles. Giles was one of the first to envision and embrace lifestyle retailing as a concept that is best described as commerce meets art.

Base. Lincoln Road Mall, 927 Lincoln Rd #101, Miami Beach, FL, USA, + 1 305 531 4982

New arrivals! #zanerobe @zanerobe #typoe @typoe #menswear #basesuperstore @basesuperstore #miamibeach

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MIMO Market

Located inside Wynwood Block, MiMo Market sells a carefully selected assortment of affordable goods, for both guys and girls. Mimo Market features brands like Zanerobe, BB Dakota, and Mink Pink. It also carries a range of exquisite jewelry and trendy accessories from local brands, offering quick wardrobe fixes on any budget.

MIMO Market, 2619 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL, USA, +1 786 577 0389

Summer, Summer, Summer Time 🎶☀️

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Boho Hunter

Boho Hunter is a small clothing boutique in Miami with a lot of Latin styles. The founders were four friends from Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela, and their goal is to showcase luxury brands that inspire individuality by staying focused on bringing fashion forward designs to Miami. They want to harness this inspiration from Latin American talent; Boho Hunter wont stop their pursuit of new designs and fresh talent from across the region. At the moment Boho is doing well by carrying a wide range of products, from hats to tees, to accessories and designer bags, such as the ‘back to school cool’ featured in the Instagram post bellow.

Boho Hunter,184 NW 27th St, Miami, FL, USA, +1 786 558 4486

Back to School, Cool! 💀💀💀💀Also ONLINE with Free Shipping!#backpacks #madeinmexico

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Lost Boy Dry Good

Located on the ever-bustling East Flagler Street, this boutique with a quirky name sells a mixture of contemporary brand-name & vintage apparel, plus some peculiar bits and pieces such as hot sauce & vinyl records. Flagler street carries with it a lot of rich Miami history (especially with regards to shopping) and they pride themselves in being home-grown Floridians with a dedication to delivering personalized shopping experiences that embrace the true easy-going and unique Floridian-ness of their business.

Lost Boy Dry Goods. 157 E Flagler St, Miami, FL, USA, +1 305 372 7303

Scotch scotch scotch @scotch_official

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