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What a time to be alive! If you love jewelry, that is. Designers, high-end and costume, are getting really creative with the way they mold silver, adorn gold, and cut bronze. Stacked rings are customary, open end bracelets have become the new norm, and our favorite necklace of the 90s, chokers, are back after a brief turn of the century hiatus.

While online jewelry shopping is all the rage, sometimes you want to physically go and test out a few bangles or have a go with some ear cuffs IRL. Below we've mapped out 29 places to buy jewelry in Miami, from big brands to local jewelers, and from small under $100 accessory stores to local designer showrooms. We'll be updating this map throughout the year, so let us know if we missed any here.

Photo: Cecilia Gonzales Jewelry

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Charming Charlie

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Charming Charlie is a Type A personality's dream. The entire store is arranged by color, which makes it so much easier to scour through $10 bangles, $5 rings, and so on. There are also locations at The Palms at Town and Country in Kendall and at Gulfstream Park, and a location at The Falls is on its way.
Tous is known best for its adorable teddy bear symbol. The store also carries watches, handbags, accessories, and perfume at its three standalone locations in Miami, which include Aventura, Dadeland, and Miami International Mall. Otherwise, you can find Tous at select jewelers around town and at Bloomingdale's at The Falls.
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Mia Jewels

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Located at Aventura Mall, Mia Jewels has a hefty selection of baubles, bangles and rings, for a range of styles and prices. The aesthetic here is feminine, so explect plenty of color and bling.

Jewelry Creations Workshop

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Why buy your jewelry when you can make your own? Jewelry Creations Workshop offers individual classes and full courses that teach you anything you want to learn about the art of jewel-making, from how to set your stones to how to form a mold. Can't commit entirely? Check out its Intro to Jewel Making program, where you can learn the tricks of the trade for $150 and walk out with your own ring! It's like making mom a macaroni necklace, but better.

Bulgari

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Bulgari's Bal Harbour boutique is the first North American store to have been designed by famed retail architect and Andy Warhol protege, Peter Marino. The brand's sultry serpent jewels and colorful adornments are fit for Elizabeth Taylor and countless other celebs, socialites, and stateswomen, and if you're ready to splurge, they'll be fit for you as well. The brand has another awe-inspiring, two-story store in the Design District.
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The Bazaar Project

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The Bazaar project is small, but has plenty of jewelry to go around. Check out owner Yeliz Titiz's own jewelry line, Sura, which displays a unique collection of ornate, statement making necklaces, cuffs and rings.

Turchin Jewelry

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Turchin Jewelry is the classic tale of what happens when a former nightclub impresario falls in love an Elite model. A jewelry line is born, where each rustic, rock-inspired piece is blessed by Buddhist Monks. Stop by its Sunset Harbour store to scope out its intention-based gems.

Bijoux Terner

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If you're suffering from the B dilemma this season (BROKE) then step into Bijoux Turner. With locations at Miami International Mall, the Miami International Mart, and an outlet on 77th court, there are plenty of opportunities to find those perfect stocking stuffers and office gifts, most at around $10!

Seybold Building

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After exploring the Seybold Building, we discovered an art deco universe of gold and diamonds that sits in Downtown Miami. At ten floors, it is the second largest jewelry building in the United States with dozens and dozens of jewelers selling items that range from $100 to $500,000.
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Kirk Jewelers

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If you really want a jewelry buying experience, head to Kirk Jewelers. Inside this 60+ year shop, it feels as though you've stepped foot into a chateau of jewels, with marble flooring, stark white walls, and cases upon cases of fine jewelry and watches. Also notable is its watch collection, so its safe to say there's something for everyone here.

Cecilia Gonzales Jewelry

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Cecilia Gonzales hand cuts and forms every piece of jewelry in her Coconut Grove boutique by hand, each with its own rustic charm. All of her pieces are under $100, so you can easily stock up on a stackable rings, boho necklaces, and earthy cuffs, all unique to Miami.
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Silverado Boutique

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This Coconut Grove boutique jets you back to the days when the Grove was purely an artsy, bohemian neighborhood. Inside you'll find Native American inspired necklaces, handcrafted bracelets, an entire wall full of belt buckles and more unique artisan finds.
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Santayana Jewelers

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Does your mom own a charm bracelet? Does she love a good pastelito de guayaba or colada? Santayana Jewelers has its own in-house collection of Miami-centric "Habana" beads with dozens of charms that give a shout out to Miami neighborhoods, Cuban nuances, and more. The jewelry store has locations in both Tamiami and Coral Gables, so head here not only for charms, but also for your luxury jewelry and accessory needs like engagement rings, cuff links, diamond bracelets, and more.

Miami International Merchandise Mart

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The Miami Merchandise Mart is hands down Miami's best kept secret when it comes to jewelry. Located inside the Doubletree Airport Hotel, this mega marketplace offers costume and fine jewelry at wholesale prices, so if you're looking for that cute bracelet you saw at that boutique last week, know you can find it here without the market, especially if you're buying in bulk.

Cartier

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Nothing says "I like, really, really like you," like receiving one of Cartier's iconic love bracelets, and we couldn't think of a better place to buy one (or a few, Kylie Jenner style) than at the maison's Design District store, located just a stone throw away from Hermes and Louis Vuitton. It just so happens to be the sole free standing Cartier store in the U.S., so stop in for a unique experience and luxe piece.

Vhernier

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Vhernier's Design District store is the Italian brand's second US location, and the only other place you can find these hand-crafted luxury gems locally is at Saks in West Palm Beach. The brand was founded in 1984 and most definitely carries a retro vibe throughout its pieces, all influenced by contemporary art and design.
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Earthy Chic Boutique

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When you're looking for a unique piece of jewelry that's well-made, won't rust, is on trend, and is entirely affordable, then Earthy Chic needs to be your first stop. What started as a jewelry line between two friends has now turned into a fully functioning clothing boutique, so you could leave with an entire outfit even if you're on a tight budget as we've previously stated. The jewels range from $32 for a simple midi ring to over $300 for 14K gold and diamonds studs, however the grand bulk of its pieces is under $100. Everything is simple and ready to be stacked and layered, whether you're in the market for ear cuffs or you like piling on dainty necklaces. The brand is perfect for a special gift.
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Alex and Ani

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This year Alex and Ani opened two stores in Miami, but its the charm brand's South Beach shop we're ogling over. We mean, look at that Art Deco facade! Either way, you'll find the brand's feel good, meaningful charms for every milestone in your life at both its South Beach and The Falls locations, which are perfect for gifting on a budget (both for your friends and for yourself).
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Jason of Beverly Hills

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When Dwyane Wade needed an engagement ring for Gabrielle Union, he called jeweler to the stars Jason Arasheben. Last year the brand opened an extravagant store right in the Design District's Palm Court and it's glamorous in every sense of the word, from the crimson and onyx interior to the elaborate jewels the boutique houses. Jason of Beverly Hills is also known for creating custom pieces which can be completed in as little as one week, if you're willing to pay the price.

Harry Winston

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Harry Winston's Design District store brings an elegant dose of Upper East Side elegance to the Design District. It feels like a Fifth Avenue penthouse, with plenty of intimate nooks where you can find the heirloom your family will keep forever.
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Tiffany & Co.

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Is there any luxury jewelry brand that's more iconic than Tiffany & Co.? Whether you're looking for a classic engagement ring or you can't get enough of creative director Francesca Amfitheatrof's geometric, more masculine pieces, any of its four Miami locations– Bal Harbour Shops, Merrick Park, Miami Design District, and Aventura Mall– will certainly satisfy.
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Aristocrazy

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Aristocrazy is a trend-driven jewelry brand that hails from Spain and opened its first US shop at Aventura last year. Its pieces fall into one of three categories– basic, trendy, or fun– and make the perfect splurge, without really splurging too much. The price point is fair– most pieces will range between $75 and $300, however there are select special pieces that could go well into the $1000 range.
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Uno De 50

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Uno De 50 is another Spanish jewelry brand, one that features hand-crafted pieces that have a worn-in glamour and earthiness to them. Statement cuffs, charmed bracelets and rings, boho-inspired necklaces, and even jewelry for men make up the inventory here, so check out Uno De 50's stores on Lincoln Road and at Aventura Mall, or check out its outlet at Dolphin Mall.

Miami Lakes Jewelers

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When the people of Miami Lakes need an engagement ring, a new Pandora bracelet charm, or just a special gem to show their significant others (or themselves) some love, they head to Miami Lakes Jewelers, which carries high-end jewelry to satisfy any occasion.

Phillips House

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Phillips House's Sunset Harbour location is the birthplace of this luxury jewelry brand, which can be found at Saks and high-end jewelers around the country. Inside, you can find select Phillips House pieces, store exclusives, and other local designer jewelry brands. If you're lucky, you may spot co-founders Lisa and Danielle Frankel designing pieces for their next collection here, and if you're really lucky, they can help you create a custom-design that's all you.

Bedazzled

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This accessories shop offers a vast selection of affordable and trendy arm candy, necklaces, studs, and even handbags and novelty goods. It's the perfect place if you're looking for a special gift for someone, including yourself.

Finds by Market

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If you love Market, then you're going to love Finds, which is Group LX's first foray into the world of accessories and jewelry. The store opened in the cute little South Miami cottage next to Bougainvillea's, and inside you'll find brands like Soludos, Shashi, Hipanema, and Juliet & Co., with prices ranging from $24 to $150.
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Jaimie Nicole

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When Miami native Jaimie Nicole founded her eponymous jewelry line, she set out to solve a problem: make fashionable jewelry for small dainty wrists (profiled in-depth here). Her small beaded collection has grown since then and her latest designs feature simple minimal shapes and delicate gem and pearl accents, and much of it is under $200. Stop in to her Coral Gables showroom to take a look.
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TAudrey Jewelry

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Favored by bloggers everywhere, TAudrey is a local line that's known for dainty jewelry gems that are entirely customizable. Maybe you want to wear your Instagram handle on your neck? Perhaps you want Roman numerals on an anniversary cuff. Dog tags, tie clips, beaded bracelets and even golden spoons– anything can be customized by this Gables designer, without ever spending over $100.

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Charming Charlie

Charming Charlie is a Type A personality's dream. The entire store is arranged by color, which makes it so much easier to scour through $10 bangles, $5 rings, and so on. There are also locations at The Palms at Town and Country in Kendall and at Gulfstream Park, and a location at The Falls is on its way.

Tous

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Tous is known best for its adorable teddy bear symbol. The store also carries watches, handbags, accessories, and perfume at its three standalone locations in Miami, which include Aventura, Dadeland, and Miami International Mall. Otherwise, you can find Tous at select jewelers around town and at Bloomingdale's at The Falls.
Aventura Mall

Mia Jewels

Located at Aventura Mall, Mia Jewels has a hefty selection of baubles, bangles and rings, for a range of styles and prices. The aesthetic here is feminine, so explect plenty of color and bling.

Jewelry Creations Workshop

Why buy your jewelry when you can make your own? Jewelry Creations Workshop offers individual classes and full courses that teach you anything you want to learn about the art of jewel-making, from how to set your stones to how to form a mold. Can't commit entirely? Check out its Intro to Jewel Making program, where you can learn the tricks of the trade for $150 and walk out with your own ring! It's like making mom a macaroni necklace, but better.

Bulgari

Bulgari
Bulgari's Bal Harbour boutique is the first North American store to have been designed by famed retail architect and Andy Warhol protege, Peter Marino. The brand's sultry serpent jewels and colorful adornments are fit for Elizabeth Taylor and countless other celebs, socialites, and stateswomen, and if you're ready to splurge, they'll be fit for you as well. The brand has another awe-inspiring, two-story store in the Design District.
Bulgari

The Bazaar Project

The Bazaar project is small, but has plenty of jewelry to go around. Check out owner Yeliz Titiz's own jewelry line, Sura, which displays a unique collection of ornate, statement making necklaces, cuffs and rings.

Turchin Jewelry

Turchin Jewelry is the classic tale of what happens when a former nightclub impresario falls in love an Elite model. A jewelry line is born, where each rustic, rock-inspired piece is blessed by Buddhist Monks. Stop by its Sunset Harbour store to scope out its intention-based gems.

Bijoux Terner

If you're suffering from the B dilemma this season (BROKE) then step into Bijoux Turner. With locations at Miami International Mall, the Miami International Mart, and an outlet on 77th court, there are plenty of opportunities to find those perfect stocking stuffers and office gifts, most at around $10!