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Flip-flop fanatics (yes, we’re looking at you, kid) lend us your ears (and feet): Havaianas has opened its first Miami Beach location.

Located at 831 Lincoln Rd., the store is right in the heart of South Beach. The sleek 640-square-foot space offers the largest assortment of Havaianas in Florida for women, men and kids. Make Your Own Havaianas allows customers to express their originality and style by customizing color combinations with a choice of 20 flip flop straps and bottoms and more than 20 pin styles. Guests can also purchase any sandals in the shop and decorate them with a pin as an additional adornment.

The shop features exclusive pins, special flip-flop styles and the Havaianas Closed Toe Sole Collection..

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