Americans are the masters of casual style, but it's not uncommon to see Miamians walking around with Gucci belt buckles the size of hubcaps. That's because Miami is not in America and instead exists in a place where modesty is a four-letter word. Thankfully for the low-key set, there's Supply & Advise, the vaguely military-themed anti-boutique across from the Shops at Midtown that keeps things simple by focusing on labels that most people here wouldn't consider name brands. A casual shopper might not recognize born-in-the-USA brands such as Gitman Bros. (ask your grandfather) or understand why Levi's Vintage is so popular in Japan (their sizes run small, son), but for those in the know, this place is paradise. Nowhere else in Miami can you pick up calfskin Alden moccasins with tassels ($498) or a large Filson carry-on bag ($360). In fact, with the exception of one or two brands that are available at the Collins Avenue Barney's, practically nothing in the store can be purchased anywhere but Supply & Advise. That's why it's not uncommon for tourists from Europe or South America to let their taxis stall as they stuff Tanner Goods belts and Battenwear swim trunks into bags. The store has been at its pop-up location for less than a year, but it won't be there much longer. A move to a downtown, two-story location is already in the works. One sign of quality clothing is that it appreciates rather than deteriorates with age — here's to hoping Supply & Advise ages like a fine Red Wing boot.