Miami Beach truly has everything you are looking for; both boutique stores and designer names keep the tourists and locals coming to the beach’s malls and shops. The beauty of the island, fuzed with the best shops and restaurants around, make South Beach the most attractive place to shop until you drop!
Where World War II army barracks once stood, the ultra-luxurious, intimate Bal Harbour Shops has its own concierge plus boutiques and department stores from Cartier, Gucci and Saks Fifth Avenue, to Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Tiffany & Co., and Neiman Marcus. Bal Harbour Shops was designed to celebrate the balmy beauty of South Florida. Ideally situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay in the affluent village of Bal Harbour, the lushly landscaped, open-air mall does not look or feel like any other shopping center in the United States. Even its parking areas with their generous palm canopy, were designed with comfort, convenience, and natural beauty in mind. As they expand and continue to offer the best names in the industry, Bal Harbour Shops will remain to be known as the long-time leader in luxury.
DASH Miami is set among a stunning area of South Beach aka: SoBe and is a busy international tourist destination. Most of the time the DASH Miami Store itself is moderately busy, and you can always find young associates to help you choose the right style for you. DASH Miami stocks beachside fashion and is in a great location, the heart of South Beach. This DASH store has in stock many stylish fashions that are fit for the local culture. Platform Kim Kardashian shoes, short skirts, and of course all of the accessories to match. Handbags, boutique jewelry, and several other must-have accessories make Dash blend in to South Beach perfectly. DASH Miami of course, has swimwear including hot bikinis,hand-selected by the Kardashian sisters, sunglasses and other beach gear are “must haves” at this beach-side boutique.
Lincoln Road was envisioned to be the Miami Beach counterpart to Fifth Avenue in New York, or Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. And indeed, in the booming times of South Beach in the 1930’s, it truly matches those upscale fashionable shopping districts. Lincoln Road is a pedestrian mall between Alton and Washington Avenue. The original concept was that Lincoln Road would be the way to draw together the east and west sides of Miami Beach—and it has done just that. It is thriving as a shopping and dining area. Unique stores offer items typically not found in malls, and restaurants and sidewalk cafés are common. Without question, the “people watching” entertainment on Lincoln Road can match any place in the world, because the people, both men and women, are stunningly attractive.