Great Finds: Chevron Bra at At Ease On Sunset

Miami may be one of the vainest cities in the country -- but at least we look good doing it. In that spirit, we're indulging our love of the superficial by spotlighting fashion finds in the 305.

The Find: A colorful stretchy Xirena bra with chevron print and glittery side panels at At Ease On Sunset.

The Shop: We're not saying you're easy or anything; we're just suggesting you pass by At Ease On Sunset to discover a boutique that's so rare a find, it merits an hour of your busy schedule to flick through the racks of carefully cultivated pieces from The Row, Isabel Marant, Helmut Lang and more, taking notes on each and every piece. Sure, you'll need a paycheck's worth of dough to afford that white tank top, but this galleryesque boutique is a veritable museum of contemporary brains working to define the clean, modern aesthetic that we could all learn a thing or two about -- if we had a grand or two to spare.

Nearly the entire store is white, beige, gray and denim; a few exceptions include the Rag & Bone tailored pantsuit and beaded jewelry at the register. Don't take that to mean it's boring. Really, take a pen and pencil, or at least your iPhone, because you'll want to Instagram some of these simple finds.

The Reason: It's what's inside that counts.

The Cost: $79

The Style:

Who cares? You don't have to match your bra to your clothes unless

you're going to a Spring Break sorority party or you are wearing one of

those American Apparel style tanks with deep arm holes that flash your

bra. And don't do that; the look is so over.

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Patricia Guarch Wise