"Five Places to Go in Miami"
This vintage boutique sells furniture, jewelry and clothing dating to the 1920s. A standout is the designer clothing: A Halston sequined evening dress and suits and shirts from Hermès and Yves Saint Laurent were recent offerings. There is a bit of wiggle room on pricing, so shoppers are free to negotiate.
"Miami Is Heaven for Vintage Fashion"
Yet an afternoon's shopping in Miami's Deco District unearths a wealth of pieces that dealers and auction houses would sell for 10 times the price tag at Fly Boutique. A white Courreges shift dress from the '60s is $100. A Pucci print shirt is $60.
Is MiMo Miami’s Next Hot Neighborhood?
After nearly two decades in South Beach, this thrift wonderland relocated to a sunny corner space in MiMo, with its loyal clientele in tow. Inside, you’ll find luxury vintage items by Chanel, Missoni, Dior, and Versace displayed next to racks overflowing with Led Zeppelin concert tees, old military jackets, weathered Levi’s, and other casual cool finds. The shop also stocks one-of-a-kind furnishings, home accents, and all sorts of bric-a-brac like an electric-blue record player from the 1940s.