Fashion / City Guide: Our Miami Itinerary
We’ve been in Miami a few days now and…boy, are we exhausted! With so much to do, see and eat in this gorgeous city, pulling together an itinerary has been a challenge to say the least! After spending a few hours stewing over our top gallivants about town, we’ve somehow managed to narrow down a few of our faves to give you the inside scoop on Miami’s most happening spots! Peep it now!
1220 Collins Ave.
Daily chalkboard specials including all-day breakfast and delish baked goods that would make grandma jealous. They had us at croquet-madame.
1935 West Avenue #102
Start your day (or night) off right with freshly-squeezed organic fruits and veggies at this flagship location. We can’t wait to try some “house-made mylks” before heading out for a day of shopping!
1116 Ocean Dr.
Formally Gianni Versace’s place of residence, this mansion-turned-boutique hotel is an experience in pure decadence. Eat foie gras off the fashion house’s china in the Dining Room or book a night’s stay for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
701 Lincoln Rd.
Boasting a beachfront locale, this brand new location will no doubt be one of the hottest spots in town. Hottest trends, best prices, perfect view…we’re in love already.
NW 20th to 37th St.
It’s the coolest place to explore outside Miami Beach – chock full of studios, galleries, and street art – you literally could spend an entire day wandering around and not get bored.
591 NW 27th St.
One of the most impressive private collections of contemporary art and sculpture, this gallery is a must-see! Remember the series Gallery Girls on Bravo? This gallery belongs to Liz Margulies’s father.
2911 Grand Ave.
Although it’s only open Friday through Sunday, this antique market is on our list of “Treasure to Scope Out in The Sunshine State”.
95 NW 29th St.
This private collection makes us rethink our investments in shoes. Seriously amazing.
2000 Convention Center Dr.
This urban oasis is not only free, but it’s also the perfect escape, located in the center of the city. Ummm…did we mention it’s free?
13702 Biscayne Blvd.
We’re not ones to ever turn down a vintage shopping excursion – and just our luck, C. Madeleine’s is one of the best places in the city for those incredibly rare finds!
1775 Collins Ave.
An art-deco icon, this hotel is a charming place to kick back with a beverage and admire all the beautiful people. (The famous pool was once home to Esther Williams’ swimming routines!) Consider yourself forewarned: you won’t ever want to leave the cabanas.
We may have Malibu, Santa Monica, and Huntington on our coast, but on this coast…it’s all about SoBe. Bikinis and swim trunks required.
1901 Collins Ave.
Miami just wouldn’t be Miami without the Shore Club. Hosting both a slew of delicious restaurants (including an outpost of Nobu) and an incredible rooftop spa, let’s just say…we’ve already got reservations for our next trip down south.