HipLatina Style: 5 South American Stores We Want to Shop At

Each week, in a column called HipLatina Style, we take a look at the different ways that Latinxs show off their unique style, and share it with the world

Photo: Instagram/vitoromerocarranza

Photo: Instagram/vitoromerocarranza

Casa Précis (Bogota, Colombia)

Liga Retro (Rio de Janeiro, and Other Locations, Brazil)


Liga Retro would have been the perfect place to find that cool throwback soccer jersey of your favorite World Cup team. The Brazilian store has several locations, so you can go ahead and stock up for the next Mundial.


In the Lima area? You have to hit up the boutique EL CLOSET DE MI HERMANA. Everything about it is supercute, from the name (My Sister’s Closet); to the stylish merch; to the natural, light and airy decor.

GIL Antiguedades (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Vintage shopping is a must do on my travel list. Whenever I make it out to Buenos Aires, I will definitely visit Gil Antiguedades, which is brimming with beautiful clothing, accessories, items for the home, and more.

La Tienda Nacional (Santiago, Chile)

The coolest stores in a neighborhood are the indie ones that are a mix of bookstore, record store, event space, clothing shop, and anything else that brings creatives together. Santiago’s La Tienda Nacional is that kind of cool store.

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