Patio Bullrich

Over the past decade, American-style malls, complete with extensive food courts, have popped up all over Buenos Aires. Though not the largest, Patio Bullrich is the most upscale-and historic (in the 1860s, it was an auction house for prized cattle and show horses). Most of Argentina's notable clothing and accessory chains can be found in the prettily-laid-out space, including Ayres (sweet, romantic tops and skirts), Prüne (refined footwear), and Uma (modern takes on feminine shapes).
Enter at Posada's 1245 or Av. del Libertador 759, 11/4815-3501, shoppingbullrich.com.ar

Products: Denim, Lingerie/Loungewear, Swimwear, Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry, Accessories, Beauty, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Department Store

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