Fairly priced vintage clothing, like funky striped dolman-sleeve tees ($25) and wildly printed Indian tunics, keeps local hipsters coming back. The occasional showpiece item can be expensive ('70s top-and-skirt set), but worth it.
Everything in this shop is thoroughly modern, yet harkens to a more glamorous era. When we stopped in, we saw a sock hop-worthy salmon-colored cardigan and gorgeous Old Hollywood-looking cream leather sandals by LeFlesh.
This homespun boutique has BROOKLYN scrawled on one wall, but there's nothing urban about its eponymous line. All the pieces we found, like the denim knickers ($49) and camisoles made with doilies ($150) had a distinct "Little House on the Prairie" vibe.
The former has tons of shops all over the city-and a larger selection than in the States. The latter is a Benetton venture dedicated to fitness apparel; most items are less than $50.
Pick up all your favorites here, like kitten-heel pumps and supersexy jeans.
Admire the amazing shearling coats, but buy a classic logo tote for $350 (versus the $600 to $700 they cost in the States).
Italians love these comfortable leather sneakers and shoes, which have the appearance of expensive designer footwear but cost, on average, about $75.
Tourists flock to this sleek shop: feel free to follow!
A plentitude of Prada and Miu Miu boutiques dot central Milan.
Lucky's favorite stores in Milan's North of City Center neighborhood!