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Cowhide rugs are abundant in Argentina—the country's largest industry is ranching—and due to its immense selection, Calma Chicha is the insider-favored spot to buy them (prices start at a reasonable $200). From Buenos Aires' Palermo Soho neighborhood store listing.
Perhaps the most atmospheric shopping destination in the entire city, this antique-vendor-filled retail arcade, located in the 19th-century former Italianate townhouse of a once-prominent local family, is so stunning that you have to keep rubbing your eyes to make sure it's real. From Buenos Aires' San Telmo neighborhood store listing.
It's impossible not to be impressed by this multidimensional stationery store. From Buenos Aires' San Telmo neighborhood store listing.
Wealthy Argentines like to relax on their estancias (ranches), and family-owned Guido is the place to go for authentic gaucho-life provisions, including handmade leather belts and bags, plus luxe polo gear. From Buenos Aires' Hecho en Argentina neighborhood store listing.
Young, laid-back silversmith Marcelo Toledo is one of the country's premier artisans, and his homey workshop/showroom is full of elaborate poncho pins, yerba mate vessels, perfume censers, and candelabras (prices range upward of $100). From Buenos Aires' Hecho en Argentina neighborhood store listing.
The clothing and decor here is unabashedly colorful, floral-printed, embellished, or in the case of a majority of the merchandise (like an electric blue, ribbon-trimmed, rose-printed floor pillow), all three. From Buenos Aires' Palermo Soho neighborhood store listing.