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Thompson Hotels Miami Influencer x Ginger Harris


The pretty city fashion blogger ponies up her top local picks.

Miami writer, editor, and mommy Ginger Harris embodies “making it all look good” without even trying. Her blog Electric Bloggerella (cut to Harris hitting shop openings, championing bright-young-thing local designers, and doing stand-up paddle board headstands in  impossibly unforgiving bikinis) does the same for the Miami fashion scene.

Before you shop, juice, or consider where to party this season, we suggest label-checking her top Miami picks.


The P.A.M.Pered Ginger or the Sunset Harbor Acai Bowl? Don’t force yourself to choose at this fresh-pressed juice bar in Miami Beach’s “it” neighborhood. Just have both. Justification: It’s good for you.


Also parked on Sunset Harbor, kiddo and I like to drop in here to stock up on boho staples, like harem pants, tunics and other gauzy goods to get us through Miami Beach summers and winters, which are equally as warm. Plus, almost everything in the store has a eco-conscious, sustainable element, and many of the products actually give back to charities.

Ramona LaRue

Supporting local designers has always been a passion of mine, and Arianne is one who gets the Miami vibe. Her maxi dresses in handmade prints work for beach and beyond, plus they truly are wearable art.


For those who have a green thumb and those who envy those who do, this quaint flower shop is a great place to add a little greenery to your abode. The Venus Flytraps in crystal vintage planters add to the allure and whimsy of the store.

Nue Studio

Miami’s humidity and hair are not a match made in heaven, which is why I let Todd at this uber cool hipster salon tame my mane. The music is never dull and always a mixed bag, as it should be considering the floor is decorated in vintage vinyl album covers.