Lucky's favorite stores in Rome!
We came across this shop on its opening day and were thrilled—we're big fans of this lounge—and beachwear designer, known for her delicate cotton prints and sexy bikinis.
The longstanding designer boutique Leam just opened this cutting-edge sibling that sells handpicked pieces from all the Italian greats—Prada, Marni, Missoni—along with upstart labels, in a sleek, pared-down environment.
Stop here if you're a fan of gorgeous antique kimonos (prices start at $75) and vintage costume jewelry (from $25).
Locals have flocked to this tucked-away eyewear shop for the past quarter-century to pick up La Dolce Vita-worthy sunglasses. Look for lines like Christian Roth and Cutler and Gross.
Conveniently located across the street from each other, these sister boutiques are local favorites. We prefer the shop at numbers 30/31 for its affordably trendy offerings: Un Jour Un Sac totes, Cath Kidston messenger bags, and Vanessa Bruno tanks.
After wandering through the Campo de Fiori, take a minute to find this unpretentious, tucked-away boutique—especially if you're in the market for the latest Balenciaga bag or Chloe sandals.
A slew of vintage and recycled-clothing shops line Via del Governo Vecchio, and with its ample selection of leather bags (in the $30 to $50 range), shoes, and jackets—along with an array of cool scarves—this one gets our vote for the best of the lot.
Trays of inexpensive Italian jewelry (18K gold and turquoise drop earrings, coral charm necklaces) are arranged in the windows of this shop according to price, starting at about $13.
Three Calabrian sisters teamed up to open this sleek three-year-old shop, which sells all things midcentury modern for the home: furniture, tabletop items, and an impressive selection of Murano glass vases.