From Alton Road to Dolphin Mall, Miami has no shortage of clothing stores for fashion-conscious residents and visitors. Outside of these massive plazas and shopping complexes, though, are an abundance of thrift and consignment stores where consumers can buy high-quality clothes at monumental discounts. Often, these stores are tucked into unassuming corners around the city, making them hard to find unless you've been tipped off. Here are some of Miami's greatest thrift stores you might be missing.
1. Swish Boutique. A new-ish addition to Little Haiti’s up-and-coming commercial scene, Swish Boutique is a prime shop for women hoping to snag a stylish new outfit for a fraction of what they’d pay at the mall. Filled with jumpsuits, flowy floral prints, and saucy party dresses, Swish is a staple store for anyone hoping to find something a little special to wear. This place also consistently offers
2. Give Good Works. A two-story hipster corner store, Give Good Works surrounds shoppers and Wynwood visitors with pleasant vibes and bright colors. From its blaring music to
3. Salvation Army Thrift Store. Your classic thrift store smack in the middle of Wynwood, this Salvation Army is a great stop for anyone hoping to stock up on staple items for as little money as possible. With tank tops, T-shirts, and a seemingly endless supply of suit jackets and jeans, this is a great locale if you’re looking to do a massive wardrobe overhaul but don’t want to invest your life savings into the purchases. 2236 NW Miami Ct., Miami; 305-438-9066; salvationarmy.org.
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4. Lotus House Thrift Chic Boutique. If you’re the type of thrifter who likes to know exactly where your money is going once you buy that fashionable pair of shorts, look no further than Lotus House. Proceeds go toward paying for the organization’s interns, many of whom work in the Boutique. Lotus House is an organization dedicated to supporting homeless people and women and children, so whether you’re donating gently used clothes or are looking for a new outfit, your patronage is directly supporting the organization. 2040 NW Seventh Ave., Miami; 305-576-4112; lotushouse.org.
5. Flamingo Plaza. Individually, the thrift stores in this strip mall may not seem impressive. But consider the