Signature style: Bright, bohemian zigzag knits.
Signature style: Chic, fashion-forward garments, like sequin-detail chiffon tops ($110) and slim stovepipe trousers.
Signature style: Unexpected and always refined, with a definite vintage feel.
Root around this musty and cavelike vintage shop for impressively broken-in leather jackets, slouchy boots, and screen-print tees. Prices average $80 for a jacket, $15 for a shirt. (We had big eyes for a stunning patchwork snakeskin clutch priced at only $36.)
Sleek, spare, and full of carefully arranged designer garments, this near-the-Pantheon shop is a worthwhile destination for Jimmy Choo shoes, Stella McCartney jeans, and-when the occasion arises-excellent sales.
Although it's a tourist favorite, this outlet boutique has a reputation for its consistently designer-heavy stock-Fendi, Versace, and more. Worth a dig.
This is the go-to spot in Rome for consigned designer clothing. (We found a Prada sundress for only $60.)
This centrally located shop showcases its thoroughly affordable line of bright nylon, leather-handle totes. Pick up a few in different sizes, as prices start at only $10.
Sprinkled throughout the city, the Gente boutique chain has cultivated a loyal following for its inspired mix of European labels big (Marni, Missoni) and small (DSquared, Jamin Puech).
Constantly packed, this bustling, energetic store fills multiple stories and a block-wide space with funky, inexpensive jewelry (from $3 to $30), Fake London jeans, and so much more. Highly recommended—we went in for a peek and ended up staying for more than an hour.