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By: Angela Caraway-Carlton

Miami Beach is known for its eclectic and often colorful fashion sense. Whether it’s going from the beach to a hot new restaurant, or simply making a fashion statement by the pool, everyone is dressed to impress. If you’re looking to enhance your current wardrobe with eye-catching fashion finds, Miami Beach has a rich mix of mainstream brand-name stores and well-curated local boutiques. Many of them are within walking distance of each other, which makes for a great day of shopping along with some sunshine.

Collins Shops
Find fun boutiques and national brand stores on Collins Avenue

Collins Avenue

Walk down busy Collins Avenue in South Beach and you’ll find different pockets of national brand stores and fun boutiques. One of the most popular is The Webster, a three-store boutique nestled in an Art Deco building. The Webster’s unique ambiance makes you feel like you’re shopping inside someone’s home. This place draws the fashion set, who comb the racks for high-end men’s and women’s apparel and exclusive collaborations. Sneakerheads can’t miss Kith, where they’ll be impressed with the archway made of 500 plaster replicas of Jordan V sneakers, the selection of limited-edition footwear, and their in-house label and designer apparel.

You’ll also find a sprinkling of mainstream stores on the southern end of Collins Avenue such as Armani Exchange, and it’s well worth stopping in at high-end hotels such as the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, the W South Beach and 1 Hotel South Beach to peruse their boutiques for fashionable finds that are perfect for your Miami Beach vacation and beyond.

Espanola Way Night
Don't miss historic Española Way

Española Way

A few blocks south of Lincoln Road, shoppers can meander along dreamy Española Way, which feels like a storybook Spanish village. This historic street comes alive at night, when diners flock to al fresco restaurants and bars, music and dancing flows into the streets, and twinkling lights create a romantic ambiance. While Española Way is mostly about dining, there is a shop where you can buy hand-rolled cigars. There’s also P448, an Italian brand that specializes in creating designer sneakers and accessories.

Fifth and Alton

For a collection of brand-name shops, hit up the Fifth & Alton shopping center, situated where the MacArthur Causeway merges with South Beach. Locals-in-the-know scour the TJ Maxx store to score designer finds at a discount price – you might find everything from Balenciaga to Valentino. You can also make stops at Best Buy, Ross Dress For Less, Total Wine & More and other stores.

Lincoln Rd
Spend a day strolling pedestrian-only Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road

When visiting South Beach, you need to set aside some time for a stroll down pedestrian-only Lincoln Road. Encompassing 10 blocks, this open-air mall offers an assortment of shops ranging from well-known stores such as Macy’s, Anthropologie and H&M to international brands like Zara and Jo Malone London. They’ve also launched a pop-up program where emerging and popular global brands can have a presence on the street with a short-term lease. For something truly unique, check out Showfields Miami for a “shops-within-a-shop” concept that touts everything from clothing and homewares to art and beauty products. Treasure hunters love to wander the Lincoln Road Antique & Collectible Market on select Sundays to scoop up vintage finds and mid-century modern furniture. Don’t miss locally owned clothing spots such as Jesse Boutique, a trendy spot for high-end women’s clothing located on adjacent Alton Road.

Ocean Drive
Stop by famous Ocean Drive

Ocean Drive

One of Miami’s most famous streets, Ocean Drive is always worthy of a stroll for people-watching, taking a dip in the ocean, having a meal or drinks, and popping in and out of boutiques. While you won’t find major shops here, you will come across art galleries, souvenir shops and shops for beachwear or things you may have forgotten to bring on your trip.

Sunset Harbour Shops

Tucked away in the Sunset Harbour neighborhood fronting Biscayne Bay, you’ll find Sunset Harbour Shops. Along with restaurants, coffee shops and gyms, this is the spot to shop at small, on-trend boutiques. For lingerie and loungewear that’s buttery soft, stop at Eberjey. Other popular shops include Frankie, a clothing and accessories boutique that was started by two best friends, and the two-story Beach Boutique Miami, which has racks of colorful dresses and party frocks along with swimsuit coverups and sandals.

Woman Shopping
Explore Washington Avenue's shops

Washington Avenue

On Washington Avenue, you’ll find independent boutiques and stores selling everything you need for a vacation in Miami Beach, from clothing and surf gear to souvenirs for friends and family back home. Pick up a swimsuit or two at SoBe Island Shop or Surf Style. There are also interesting shops such as Beatnix, a cheeky shop filled with floor-to-ceiling costumes and other club apparel.

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