Downtown Miami just got themself an addition of a Denim’s collection shop called Lost Boy Dry Goods. Located in 157 E Flagler Street, Lost Boy Dry Goods offers complete collection of premium and also affordable jeans. Here is more information about Lost Boy Dry Goods :
According to Miami Racked :
“Lost Boy Dry Goods has opened in Downtown Miami, and boasts stacks and racks of premium and affordable jeans, collared shirts, tees and even dresses, all set within a very, very Western themed backdrop. Oh, and there’s hot sauce. Plenty of hot sauce. But this store has roots deeper than a modern day Western. Brian and Randy Alonso are the brothers behind this new Downtown concept, but they’ve been in the Miami retail scene since the day they both saw daylight. Their grandfather founded one of Cuba’s most popular department stores, La Epoca, which just so happens to be Miami’s oldest running, almost native, department store.” written by Ashley Brozic.
According to Urban Daddy :
“When it comes to stocking your wardrobe with a few seasonal staples, Downtown is… not exactly what comes to mind. Well, these guys are looking to change that. So they’ve taken over an industrial space there and outfitted it with all kinds of vintage Americana: jukeboxes, framed portraits of Thomas Jefferson and a big ol’ American flag. Oh, and yeah. Clothes. Like Scotch & Soda button-downs. Camo-printed Herschel knapsacks for three-day-weekend jaunts (ahem). Fidelity jeans. And soft leather bomber jackets for, well… you’ll think of something. You could also just skip the clothes entirely and peruse their vinyl collection (think: Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, Elvis). Or better yet, take a gander at the armoire in the back filled with a variety of hot sauce. There’s local stuff from Key West and bottled heat from Kentucky—and all of them are up for sampling.”
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