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Shop Like A Local: Check Out These Stores in Milan

If you're traveling to Milan, check out some of these local favorites.

Milan is one of the most important fashion hubs in the world. Known for brands like Prada, Missoni, and Armani, the city has been setting fashion standards for years. From high-end brands to vintage curators, Milan has some of the best shopping in Italy. If you’re looking to shop with the locals, check out some of these shops. 

Cavalli E Nastri

Cavalli E Nastri is one of the best places to find fashionable vintage apparel at affordable prices. Owner Claudia Jesi sells pieces from 1920 through 1990. If you’ve always long for a Chanel bag or a Pucci blouse, this should be your first stop.

Funky Table

Funky Table specializes in all things home decor. You’ll find a unique selection from around the world like tapestries from Africa and baskets from Mexico. The store also sells original collections such as La Tavola Scomposta, a dinnerware collaboration between Funky Table and Bitossi Home, a Tuscan based home goods store.

Wait and See

Located in an 18th-century convent, Wait and See was opened in 2010 by Uberta Zameletti. This businesswoman decided to fill the gap she saw in the market between high fashion and well-known brands. Zameletti’s goal is to offer customers luxury items at affordable prices.

La DoubleJ

Once an online-only vintage store, La DoubleJ has evolved into a thriving brick and mortar set up. The company was established in 2015 by journalist J.J. Martin who sought to market fashionable vintage items. Now, La DoubleJ has created a ready-to-wear line and homeware goods.

Pourquoi Moi Vintage

Pourquoi Moi Vintage can be found in the Navigli shopping district, a section of the city known for its vintage treasures. The store specializes in clothing, shoes, jewelry, etc. from the 1960s through the 1970s. If you’re in the market for bold patterns and bright colors, Pourquoi Moi Vintage will have it all.


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