The Rabbit Hole
The Rabbit Hole prides itself on an affordable, hand-picked range of items, which includes everything from 1970s Grecian-style maxi dresses and men’s cowboy boots to demure 1940s nightgowns and needlepoint purses. The store is a brilliant trove of discovery, with a focus on items you’d really want to wear – and combine with the rest of your wardrobe – and it’s clearly all been pulled together with skill, creativity and lots of passion.
The Rabbit Hole, 791 NE 125th Street, North Miami
Lincoln Road Antique and Collectible Market
Not a store and only held every other Sunday from October through to May, but the Lincoln Road Antique and Collectible Market is one of the best reasons in Miami to skip your weekend lie-in. This South Beach institution with a street festival atmosphere normally has around 125 vendors displaying their wares. At the fashion end of things you might spy pristine editions of 1970s and 80s Vogue magazines, antique jewellery, classy sunhats and still-perfect Hermes silk scarves. And look out for super-sleek clothes and accessories from Miami’s Art Deco-era heyday too.
Lincoln Road Antique and Collectible Market, Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach
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