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Miami Vintage and Consignment Shops

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There are plenty of choices in Miami to go on the hunt for vintage and consignment steals, but you have to be in the know of where and when to go, to score those coveted designer bargains, as the shops are scattered far and wide around town. Take a look at our handy guide to “Miami vintage and consignment shops” to find the best places to buy that unique 50’s vintage dress, groovy 70’s bell bottoms, killer designer handbag or that pair of Louboutins you’ve been coveting. Some of the shops also offer eclectic home accessories and furniture. We give you the shops by area and with map links so you can easily plan a fun and lucrative day of treasure hunting.

Vintage and consignment shops in Miami

Miami vintage and consignment shops by neighborhood:

Miami Beach

While most of the consignment shops that used to call South Beach home have moved over to the mainland you can still find a couple of places to shop for consignment and vintage goodies here.

Lincoln Road Antiques & Collectibles Market
800-100 Blocks of Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach FL, 33139
Map & directions

During “Season” we recommend shopping the very eclectic and popular Lincoln Road Antiques & Collectibles market. Held on select Sundays from mid-October to mid-May along the 800 to 1000 blocks of  the Lincoln Road Mall and also along the side streets vendors here showcase fabulous selections of not only vintage clothing but also jewelry and accessories. Come to find bakelite bangles, 50’s sunglasses and vintage Valentino dresses. Leave with a Murano glass lamp, a MIMO dining room set or an antique carved griffin chair. No matter what you are looking for, you will find something unique and surprising here.

Consign of the Times
1935 West Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 535-0811
Map & directions

Longtime luxury style source Consign of the Times, still has an outpost on South Beach. Originally located around the corner from Lincoln Rd., it now can be found in the trendy-with-locals neighborhood of Sunset Harbour. This is the place to hit for high-ticket designer items in pristine condition. Louboutin, Celine, Dior, Jimmy Choo, Hermes, and Chanel are some of the brands you will find here. The store offers a guarantee of authenticity and has very high standards to what they will accept on consignment. After being in business since 2001 you can trust they know their stuff.

 

Midtown, Edgewater and Upper East Side

These adjacent neighborhoods have a nice concentration of eclectic shops, both vintage and consignment so you could spend the entire day shop-hopping the neighborhood.

Fly Boutique
7235 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, Florida 33138
Tel (305) 604-8508
Map & directions


Fly Boutique - Miami VIntage and consignment shops

Originally located on South Beach, this vintage, and designer consignment shop, in business since 1996, now calls the Biscayne corridor home. At Fly Boutique, you will find not only designer clothing and accessories but also unique furniture and fun things for the home. Rotary phones, plush settees, chandeliers and groovy wall art co-habit with vintage sunglasses, designer shoes and stylish 60’s to 90’s threads as well as newer fashions. Come ready to rummage as the selection is large and new items arrive weekly at this airy and welcoming space.

The Consignment Bar
5580 NE 4th Ct # 4A, Miami, FL 33137
Tel (305) 751-9996
Map & directions

Sleek and luxurious, The Consignment Bar is reinventing the consignment concept to offer customers a decidedly upscale experience while offering a selection of top of the line designer accessories in a bright and modern environment. Clothing, handbags, shoes and jewelry by Gucci, Hermes, Chanel, Balenciaga and Celine are some of the luxurious brands that can be purchased here.

L.A. Boudoir Miami
6900 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33138
Tel (305) 775-8127
Map & directions


LA Boudoir - Miami Vintage and consignment shops

Romantic and feminine vintage lingerie and accessories shop that also showcases owner Lauren Arkin’s 20’s inspired headpieces. In business since 2010 L.A. Boudoir offers customers the experience of shopping a spacious “shabby chic” closet full of lace undergarments, pearl strands, embellished clutches and feather adorned burlesque fans dating back to the turn of the century. Even the guys can get in on the action as the shop also offers items devoted to them such as antique cufflinks, bow-ties, cigarette cases and glasses.

 

North Miami

The Rabbit Hole
791 NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL 33161
Tel 305-892-0213
Map & directions

Miami Vintage and Consignment shops

Vintage clothing and accessories from the 50’s through the 80’s. Slinky kimonos and bold ethnic print skirts, jackets, and tops a unique collection of bow ties and hair clips made out of vintage fabrics as well as shoes, jewelry and accessories such as hats and 80’s sunglasses can all be sourced at this unique and creative shop “where cool stuff lives”. Open since 2009 and lovingly curated, The Rabbit Hole has been named both “Miami’s best second-hand store” and “Best Boutique” by local media.


Check out our other shopping pages:

Guide to Miami shopping by neighborhood.
Find the best Miami outdoor markets.
Guide to Miami Thrift stores.
Interactive map to Miami garage sales.


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Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, and South Miami 

This is a large area to explore but really worth it as there are 4 great options to shop at. Hunt for high-end designer threads, jewelry, and accessories or shop for groovy vintage clothes and even costuming options for special events or Halloween.

The Fashionista Consignment Boutique
3135 Commodore Plaza
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
Tel. (305) 443-4331
Map & directions

In business for over 20 years, this Coconut Grove shop is where you go for swanky and chic consignment clothing and accessories. Operated by a mother and daughter team they don’t only offer the opportunity to purchase high-end brands such as Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Chanel, Chloe, Christian Dior, Christian Louboutin, Hermes, Fendi, Gucci, Manolo Blahnik and others for up to 75%. The Fashionista Boutique also offers wardrobe styling services and will come to your home and help edit your closet and pick up pieces you may wish to consign with them.

Miami Twice
6562 Bird Rd, Miami, FL 33155
Tel (305) 666-0127
Map & directions

Possibly one of the oldest and most eclectic second-hand shops in town, Miami Twice offers a mix of vintage and modern fashions as well as costumes and related stuff that is great for Halloween or those of you heading for a theme party. High waist bikinis mingle with Chanel handbags, rainbow feather tutus, pin-up dresses, rockabilly outfits, and vintage eyeglasses. Not only can you browse vintage styles spanning over a century here, you can also rent some of them and then accessorize to your heart’s content with the help of their friendly staff. And make sure to stop by in October when the entire store becomes a Halloween lovers wonderland.

Consign of the Times
6931 Red Road, South Miami, FL 33143
Tel (305) 667.6675
Map & directions

This is the place to hit for high-ticket designer items in pristine condition. Louboutin, Celine, Dior, Jimmy Choo, Hermes, and Chanel are some of the brands you can find at this shop that originated on Miami Beach. The store offers a guarantee of authenticity and has very high standards as to what they will accept on consignment. Consign of the Times has been in business since 2001 when they opened on Miami Beach where it still has an outpost, currently in the trendy-with-locals neighborhood of Sunset Harbour on South Beach, (See above).


 

 

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