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Miami's Best Vintage and Consignment Shops

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Vintage and consignment shopping is the modern day treasure hunt, only compasses have been swapped for Google Maps, and doubloons have been replaced with Chanel. So what if that Louis Vuitton may come with a tiny ding on the side, or a Hermes belt from the 70s might not be the most practical of all investment pieces? You can guarantee that no one else will have it if you dig through all the options on consignment and pull out a vintage treasure, and that is the greatest shopping joy of all.

Here's the deal: vintage shopping is not consignment shopping, and consignment shopping is not vintage shopping. Items belong to the owners of vintage shop; at a consignment store, items are owned by individual parties who work with the store to sell them. That goes without saying, both categories overlap. That is why we decided to combine all of Miami's best vintage and consignment stores into one master map. Below we've rounded up the best options in town for finding someone else's old junk and making it your new treasure. [Photo: LA Boudoire]

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Consign Of The Times

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Consign of the Times has locations in South Miami (across from Sunset Place) and in Sunset Harbour and carries contemporary designers like Isabel Marant and Margiela right alongside more usual suspects like Gucci and Louis Vuitton. It updates its Instagram (@consigntimes) daily, so you can call and reserve that much coveted Chanel backpack that has a wait list at the store, or you can wait around for its frequent sales, which are too good to pass up.
Consign of the Times

C. Madeleine's

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Broken down by decade, to shop at C.Madeleine's is to live within the pages of a fashion history book, with all the Moschino, Missoni and Chanel that you could ever dream of. There isn't anything you can't find here– authentic Japanese kimonos, ethereal 1920s nightgowns, vintage men's concert tees, the 1950s couture gown of your dreams. Slot in three to four hours of the day to explore the store (trust us, you'll need it) or wait around for C.Madeleine's annual vintage yard sale, where racks upon racks of items are priced at up to 90 percent off.
C.Madeleine's

The Consignment Bar

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At this sleek consignment shop at the 55th Street Station, they don’t do Theory. They do real, upscale clothes for the designer-obsessed. You know, those who have been trying to track down that cashmere Stella jumpsuit from a few years back, or are looking to acquire a Barbara Bui leather jacket in sky blue. Worth noting: the prices are already great here and you can usually negotiate a better one.
The Consignment Bar

Las Tias

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It should be said that not all consignment is wearable. Las Tias does have a small but nice collection of clothes, but an even heavier selection of secondhand home furnishings and collectibles. It recently closed up its Coconut Grove-bordering shop, however it does plan on opening another location very soon. For now, you can shop online.
Las Tias

The Rabbit Hole

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If Alice fell through this rabbit hole, her wonderland experience wouldn't have been such a bad thing. Whether you're lurking for a "new look" dress from the 50s or you're ready to invest in some serious 80s shoulder pads, this small North Miami Beach store offers a highly curated selection of vintage goods at prices that range from $30 to $250. Keep posted though: the shop will be moving to another location in North Miami the end of September, so in the meantime you can shop its website.
The Rabbit Hole

Fly Boutique

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Inside this carefully curated and moderately priced vintage closet you'll find raggedy Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin concert tees, vintage air force bomber jackets, beaded clutches from the 30s and dresses to chanel your inner Donna Summers. Old issues of Vogue and Bazaar are piled alongside vintage home accent pieces and there's a huge shelf of jeans that are moderately priced between $28 and $78.
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La Boudoir Miami

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To step into L.A. Boudoir is to step into the vintage closet you've always dreamed of, with trunks of lacy gloves and accessories, racks of silky lingerie and rows of slinky pumps. There are also bow ties and vintage shaving kits for men and mini shoes and garments for babies. It's essentially a lingerie store, with the option to rent for shoots or buy for yourself, however there's nothing wrong with belting a slip and painting the town blush.
LA Boudoir

Miami Twice

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Everybody in the 305 can tell you about Miami Twice, and with fairly good reason. For over 28 years it has been the most well-known vintage store, and its selection of vintage Louis Vuitton bags, 50s housewife dresses and library of Time Magazines can attest. You can either buy or rent vintage clothing and accessories here, which is great for those "But will I ever wear this again?" situations.
Miami Twice

Dvrty Laundry Vintage Co.

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If you're looking for vintage University of Miami letterman jackets, old school hip-hop era snap backs or the raddest vintage sports gear in all of Miami, Dvurty Laundry Co is your ultimate go-to. They specializing in taking old or damaged goods, like 70s tees and 80s jackets, and turning them into gear that's fresh and totally wearable. While there is somewhat of a brick and mortar location (it's located within a rag house, which is where they get many of their pieces), your best bet is to catch the team when they've set up shop at a local pop-up market or dial in and request a few product shots.
Dvurty Laundry Co.

Back In Style

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Located in a quaint little house in Little Havana, Back In Style's show room packs in over 2,000 vintage dresses, plus all the accessories and shoes to match. Sure, there are plenty of designer goods to find, like Hermes and Chanel, but we wouldn't classify it as a designer vintage store, although there's A LOT of vintage Lilly Pulitzer. (Go figure, it's Florida). Dresses barely go over $300, and there's a room inside dedicated to $10 finds, so rest assured it's the perfect place to stock up on a full vintage wardrobe, especially if you're a vintage shopping beginner. Back In Style prides itself on its one-on-one service; appointments are encouraged so they can help you source out your perfect look through a range of strange vintage sizes.
Back In Style

Cherry Picked Vintage & Antique Market

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Cherry Picked Vintage is heavy on furniture and home goods, but that's not to say you can't score a one of a kind vintage lame jacket here or a straw hat from the 70s at prices that range from $15 to $80. Owner Kim Kortenbach has been collecting vintage jewelry, trunks, bags, and scarves since she was a teenager, so rest assured that her year-old shop carries an eclectic mix of vintage goods you can either buy or rent for events and photo shoots.

Second Time Around

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Second Time Around is an upscale chain consignment store with locations all around the country, including South Miami. Located across from Sunset Place, 2nd Time Around consigns a long list of designer items from previous and current seasons and you can receive upwards of 40 percent of the profit once its sold. But if you're just shopping, then please enjoy racks and shelves of contemporary and premium designers. Keep an eye out for your favorite items– on the off chance they haven't been scooped up, they decrease in price the longer they're at the store.
2nd Time Around

Consign Of The Times

Consign of the Times has locations in South Miami (across from Sunset Place) and in Sunset Harbour and carries contemporary designers like Isabel Marant and Margiela right alongside more usual suspects like Gucci and Louis Vuitton. It updates its Instagram (@consigntimes) daily, so you can call and reserve that much coveted Chanel backpack that has a wait list at the store, or you can wait around for its frequent sales, which are too good to pass up.
Consign of the Times

C. Madeleine's

Broken down by decade, to shop at C.Madeleine's is to live within the pages of a fashion history book, with all the Moschino, Missoni and Chanel that you could ever dream of. There isn't anything you can't find here– authentic Japanese kimonos, ethereal 1920s nightgowns, vintage men's concert tees, the 1950s couture gown of your dreams. Slot in three to four hours of the day to explore the store (trust us, you'll need it) or wait around for C.Madeleine's annual vintage yard sale, where racks upon racks of items are priced at up to 90 percent off.
C.Madeleine's

The Consignment Bar

At this sleek consignment shop at the 55th Street Station, they don’t do Theory. They do real, upscale clothes for the designer-obsessed. You know, those who have been trying to track down that cashmere Stella jumpsuit from a few years back, or are looking to acquire a Barbara Bui leather jacket in sky blue. Worth noting: the prices are already great here and you can usually negotiate a better one.
The Consignment Bar

Las Tias

It should be said that not all consignment is wearable. Las Tias does have a small but nice collection of clothes, but an even heavier selection of secondhand home furnishings and collectibles. It recently closed up its Coconut Grove-bordering shop, however it does plan on opening another location very soon. For now, you can shop online.
Las Tias

The Rabbit Hole

If Alice fell through this rabbit hole, her wonderland experience wouldn't have been such a bad thing. Whether you're lurking for a "new look" dress from the 50s or you're ready to invest in some serious 80s shoulder pads, this small North Miami Beach store offers a highly curated selection of vintage goods at prices that range from $30 to $250. Keep posted though: the shop will be moving to another location in North Miami the end of September, so in the meantime you can shop its website.
The Rabbit Hole

Fly Boutique

Inside this carefully curated and moderately priced vintage closet you'll find raggedy Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin concert tees, vintage air force bomber jackets, beaded clutches from the 30s and dresses to chanel your inner Donna Summers. Old issues of Vogue and Bazaar are piled alongside vintage home accent pieces and there's a huge shelf of jeans that are moderately priced between $28 and $78.
Ashley Brozic

La Boudoir Miami

To step into L.A. Boudoir is to step into the vintage closet you've always dreamed of, with trunks of lacy gloves and accessories, racks of silky lingerie and rows of slinky pumps. There are also bow ties and vintage shaving kits for men and mini shoes and garments for babies. It's essentially a lingerie store, with the option to rent for shoots or buy for yourself, however there's nothing wrong with belting a slip and painting the town blush.
LA Boudoir

Miami Twice

Everybody in the 305 can tell you about Miami Twice, and with fairly good reason. For over 28 years it has been the most well-known vintage store, and its selection of vintage Louis Vuitton bags, 50s housewife dresses and library of Time Magazines can attest. You can either buy or rent vintage clothing and accessories here, which is great for those "But will I ever wear this again?" situations.
Miami Twice

Dvrty Laundry Vintage Co.

If you're looking for vintage University of Miami letterman jackets, old school hip-hop era snap backs or the raddest vintage sports gear in all of Miami, Dvurty Laundry Co is your ultimate go-to. They specializing in taking old or damaged goods, like 70s tees and 80s jackets, and turning them into gear that's fresh and totally wearable. While there is somewhat of a brick and mortar location (it's located within a rag house, which is where they get many of their pieces), your best bet is to catch the team when they've set up shop at a local pop-up market or dial in and request a few product shots.
Dvurty Laundry Co.

Back In Style

Located in a quaint little house in Little Havana, Back In Style's show room packs in over 2,000 vintage dresses, plus all the accessories and shoes to match. Sure, there are plenty of designer goods to find, like Hermes and Chanel, but we wouldn't classify it as a designer vintage store, although there's A LOT of vintage Lilly Pulitzer. (Go figure, it's Florida). Dresses barely go over $300, and there's a room inside dedicated to $10 finds, so rest assured it's the perfect place to stock up on a full vintage wardrobe, especially if you're a vintage shopping beginner. Back In Style prides itself on its one-on-one service; appointments are encouraged so they can help you source out your perfect look through a range of strange vintage sizes.
Back In Style

Cherry Picked Vintage & Antique Market

Cherry Picked Vintage is heavy on furniture and home goods, but that's not to say you can't score a one of a kind vintage lame jacket here or a straw hat from the 70s at prices that range from $15 to $80. Owner Kim Kortenbach has been collecting vintage jewelry, trunks, bags, and scarves since she was a teenager, so rest assured that her year-old shop carries an eclectic mix of vintage goods you can either buy or rent for events and photo shoots.

Second Time Around

Second Time Around is an upscale chain consignment store with locations all around the country, including South Miami. Located across from Sunset Place, 2nd Time Around consigns a long list of designer items from previous and current seasons and you can receive upwards of 40 percent of the profit once its sold. But if you're just shopping, then please enjoy racks and shelves of contemporary and premium designers. Keep an eye out for your favorite items– on the off chance they haven't been scooped up, they decrease in price the longer they're at the store.
2nd Time Around