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South Beach Shopping Guide

You've heard about it, perhaps even seen it on TV- the South Beach shopping in Miami is truly a fashionista's heaven.  With all the beautiful people occupying this area, it is only natural that high-end fashion and retailing should follow.  Even if you're not buying, a South Beach Spring Break should include a little window-shopping, if for no other reason than to beat the heat for an afternoon.

While you will find mega-malls with designer stores aplenty in downtown Miami and near Biscayne, South Beach shopping has its own burgeoning districts with a flair distinct to this area.  Here are a few of our favorites:

Take a walk down Collins Avenue

South Beach's Collins AvenueThis strip has become a magnet for higher-end designer clothing, especially along its more southern end.  Versace, Armani Exchange, Diesel, Guess?, Kenneth Cole, and Nicole Miller are just a few of the better-known names with a presence on this street.  If you have the dollars to spend, or want to dream of buying the couture one day- this is your main South Beach shopping destination. 

Legendary Lincoln Road

Spring Break South Beach's Lincoln RoadThis South Beach shopping spot is actually a pedestrian-friendly mall that recently underwent a massive renovation to restore it to its original glory.  Numerous cafes mix among the plentiful shops and vendors here to provide for some excellent people watching during your South Beach Spring Break.  There is even a multiplex movie theater here to keep the crowds entertained.  As the picture shows, there are ample areas for dining, resting, and taking in the sites of this tropical-type mall.

There are some other mega-malls just a short drive away from South Beach.  These includes the 190+ store Aventura Mall, Coco Walk (in Coconut Grove) and Bal Harbour Shops, just seven miles north of South Beach, on Collins Avenue.

As you might expect, South Beach shopping does not suffer from a lack stores or boutiques.  No matter what your price range, or taste and style, South Beach has many opportunities for you to explore and discover!

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South Beach Shopping Tips

Fashion boutiques come and go in South Beach, Miami.  Keep our shopping tips current.   If you have updated info, please submit your South Beach Shopping tips here.

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