Best shopping in Wynwood
What is it? This bohemian destination is a necessary stop for anyone who craves that blend of tropical-chic-meets-effortlessly-cool.
Why go? If you’re into pajamas that go from bed to brunch, bikinis covered in fruitful patterns, boho-chic frocks, paper bag pants and shoes adorned with tassels, you’ll fare well here. Latin American brands such as Casa de Vera, Pink Filosofy, Palma Canaria and Renata Lozano abound.
What is it? That shop where you’ll find all those glorious things those girls on Instagram always seem to have a never-ending supply of. Those came from here.
Why go? Faithful the brand, Saylor, For Love & Lemons, Nightcap, Lauren Moshi—that’s just a taste of the craveable brands you’ll find at this little Wynwood goldmine.
What is it? There’s what people are wearing now. And then there’s what people will be wearing six months from now. This label’s showroom is the future of clothing available in the here and now.
Why go? If you’re into clothing that takes risks with proportions and gives off a strong editorial vibe, you’ll feel right at home.
What is it? This destination for guys has a strong art vibe that starts on the walls with its glowing neon art from local artists and makes its way into the clothing, accessories and home goods.
Why go? Neuw Denim jeans, Herschel bags, Miansai accessories, pot-scented candles and Kidrobot collectible toys are just a few of the must-haves you’ll run into here.
What is it? This Wynwood shop is best described as that cool little store where you always find the perfect gift for the someone who has everything.
Why go? You’ll find something for your giftee and possibly yourself, too. Shop candles shaped like pineapples, wallpaper—in so many colors—funky jewelry, cups that are anything but typical, and so much more.
What is it? Conscious fashion with sustainability is what you’ll find at this cute little Wynwood shop. And know what you’re buying was created by a local designer, gives back to charities, supports local organizations and generally increases your karma by a few points.
Why go? Things from him and her you won’t find at other spots in Miami abound here. The brands own line is a cross between Wynwood cool and festival staples.
What is it? Handcrafted goods are a beautiful pleasure. The leather pieces here are the kind of treat you should splurge on for yourself or for someone in need of a memorable and lasting gift from time to time.
Why go? Watches and Shinola’s tasteful leather bands, backpacks, briefcases, totes, journals—if it’s leather you crave, you’ll find your appetite fills easily here.
What is it? The future of shopping happens at Graupel, a Miami-born label specializing in 100-percent custom pieces. Walk in, get your measurements taken and order online knowing that everything will fit you to a T.
Why go? Graupel’s high-tech concept works with help from a full body scanner that takes 360-degree measurements of your body. Once your info is stored in the system, you’re free to shop the store’s capsule collection, featuring basics in a myriad of colorways.
What is it? Here’s a convenient hub for finding goods from local artists all under one roof. Basically, your one-stop shop for so many different things.
Why go? Original prints for your home. Homemade fedoras for those summer beach days. Wooden watches that tell time and serve as conversation pieces. Fun, round wicker handbags. There’s enough here to keep you shopping for hours on end.
What is it? This Venice import sells oh-so-soft Cali made tees and basics in a rainbow of colors.
Why go? Step up your T-shirt game with one of Marine Layer’s signature styles. Prices are reasonable and the high-quality fabric is absurdly soft—brace for compliments.
What is it? An essential stop for all Parisian cool girls (it’s also owned by one), Antidote stocks all sorts of fashion-forward pieces from around the world. Bonus: everything in store upholds fair-trade practices.
Why go? Shop guilt free knowing the assortment of high-end labels are all eco-conscious designs, from Colombian leather handbags and hand-stitched blouses from Africa to trendy Re/Done Denim.