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Best Secondhand Store Miami 2010 - Las Tias

Las Tias

Las Tias

2638 SW 28th Lane

Miami, FL 33133

305-573-4198

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One could easily lose whole days rummaging through the dusty bins of secondhand stores and go home with only a torn ostrich-leather purse that smells of Brussels sprouts. Sure, the thrill of the hunt is part of the fun. But imagine a room packed with only the "Eureka!" finds of thrift-store shopping. Las Tias, a reasonably priced upscale resale store in Wynwood, is like the closet of a beloved aunt, albeit one with really great taste. And despite the museum quality of its killer window displays, the store is low-key and unpretentious. Inside the warehouse-style store, you'll find classic, gently used furniture and clothes that have been thoughtfully curated by the three Cuban women who own the place. Seventies Lucite chandeliers hang from the ceiling, and the floor is covered with Pasil bubble chairs, grand dining tables, and vintage knickknacks such as ash trays and whimsical, mod sculptures. In the back, there are '50s women's frocks, pin-up accessories such as fascinators and gloves, and statement-making costume jewelry. Pristine beaded clutches from the '40s go for $80, and in the tableware section, you can get an eight-piece Fiestaware set of dishes for $40. It might be a little more than you wanted to spend, but resale is always an option if times get tough again (and they likely will). These curiosities from decades past have already proven they hold their value over time.
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gypsyredheart
gypsyredheart

I can't wait to move back to Florida to buy furniture for my new place - The most beautiful and classic store. You got me at Hello~!!

eric lavazzon
eric lavazzon

WOW!!!!!Congratulation for all beautiful girls!!!!!!eric+justine Lavazzon

Stuart Geller
Stuart Geller

I have always loved to "Schpitzere" though the treasures......and find that one special 'Memorable' Piece. My clients love to do the Schlepping and when we find something, it becomes the topic of the next cocktail party. I have also suggested "Las Tias" to friends and Clients it is a destination every time we go down to the Design District.

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