5 Reasons Shopping at Aventura Mall Just Got Better (And Sweeter!)

From sugar highs to high fashion, we parlay 5 more reasons shopping at Aventura Mall just got even better.

1) Aristocrazy

Already a jewelry staple in Spain, Mexico, Portugal and Chile, Aristocrazy opened its first and only outpost in the U.S. here at Aventura Mall. The Spanish-based jewelry brand is touted for its high-end, fashion-forward pieces priced from $49 to $7,000 and boasts colorful designs like this serpent ring pictured above. Bling it on!


 

2) Sugarfina

Ready for a sugar high? Last week, one of the world’s finest candy boutiques, opened its doors at Aventura Mall. The Sugarfina opening here marks the brands first foray in the Florida market. The 411? Sugarfina is teeming with 130 candies from around the world — three-quarters of which are not available anywhere else in the U.S. Now, that’s sweet.

3) 120% Lino

Ah, there’s nothing quite like a crisp, perfectly ironed linen shirt for Miami living, right? Exactly. Think of recently reopened and remodeled 120% Lino as the go-to boutique for — you guessed it — luxurious linens. Men, women and children can stock up on maxi dresses, breezy tunics, weekender pants, shirts and more made of fine linens and precious fabrics that will no doubt whisk you away to the island of Capri. Bella!

4) Sam Edelman

Shoe fanatics will get a literal kick out of the recent opening of Sam Edelman. Since its inception in 2004, designer Sam Edelman’s eponymous brand has defined laid-back luxury and timeless American style. And, yep, we’re guilty of living in their booties and sandals if we do say so ourselves.

5) New Openings 

#YAS #Praise #Blessed. Why? Givenchy is set to open mid-July 2016 and Gucci is opening this Fall. Take. Deep. Breaths. They both join a number of luxury stores that have opened in the mall over the past two years, which includes Fendi, Cartier, Pucci and Tiffany & Co., to name a few.

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