New York City is known for many things, and one of those is definitely its shopping. The city is practically a mall waiting to be explored, with something new at every turn. No matter what you’re looking for, you can find it just about anywhere. Shopping in New York can be a little overwhelming, though, so we’ve put together a list of the best places to visit while in the city.
You can’t go to New York without visiting Macy’s. As the USA’s largest department Store, it has ten floors filled to the brim with anything and everything you could ever want. If you’re looking for fashion, furniture, food or more, you can find it here. And if you visit at Christmas time, you have a chance to see Santa! Who doesn’t love that?
o 151 W 34th St, New York, NY 10001
If you’re looking for the latest trends in fashion, then Kith is the place to be. Athletic wear and fashion combined into one store that will have you pleased to be exercising in style. They’ve even opened up another women’s boutique just minutes away on Bleecker Street, as well, if you’re looking for more.
o 644 Broadway, New York, NY 10012
If you’re a booklover, then Strand’s is your dream store. With new and used books, found just off Union Square, you could get lost in the 18 miles worth of selections. Antique lovers can even find some lovely rare finds here, including signed and leather-bound copies. Wasting away an afternoon looking at books has never sounded so good.
o 828 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
Barney’s New York Downtown
Designer clothes, shoes and jewelry all found in one designer store. The reopening in 2015 brought a lot of change to the iconic Barneys, but the quality of its selection is not one of them. You can, however, get some discounts that are only found in this specific store, so it’s always worth the look.
o 101 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10011
Dover Street Market
With seven floors of different styles, you’re sure to find something you like in this one-of-a-kind department store. At the height of the fashion game, they carry the newest of the new, and even boast some spectacular avant-garde if that’s your cup of tea. Dover Street Market is one shop that’s worth a look if you have the time.
o 160 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Don’t let the name intimidate you, this store is only two-and-a-half stories tall. It’s luxury in a store, though, so don’t pass it by. If you’re looking for the runway styles that are the newest of the new, then this is the place to be. And to top it off, it’s not insanely expensive to shop there either.
o 18th E 69th Street, New York, NY 10021
Toys galore in the oldest toy shop in the USA. Not only is it filled with every toy imaginable, but it also has eye-catching displays, such as a life-sized giraffe, and Zoltar the fortune-teller. If you have kids, or just love toys, then make your way to FAO Schwarz, because it’s one store that you don’t want to pass up.
o 101 W 31st Street, New York, NY 10001
One of the first in department store settings, Bergdorf will make you feel like royalty. From bridal to couture, to men’s fashion and accessories, this store has it all and has had it all for ages. It’s a one-stop shopping trip that will be a step into old-school luxury and glamour.
o 754 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10019
This street holds some of the most iconic stores in New York, including Bergdorf which we mentioned above. Travelling along this Avenue, you’ll find names such as Tiffany and Co., Saks, Armani and more. Apple has a 24 hour store, and there are many, many other stores to see. If you’re looking for some window shopping, which no particular place to go, then just take a trip down 5th Avenue.
o Start at 59th Street, and travel down the way to 14th Street.
Near Time’s Square you can find all your comic needs in Midtown Comics. Everything from comic books to action figures to T-shirts can be found in this bastion of pop-culture glory.
o 200 W 40th Street, New York, NY 10018
Brooklyn Flea Market
If you’re an eclectic person who loves bargain hunting for anything from fashion to antiques, then Brooklyn Flea Market is your place. Everything from bric-a-brac to jewelry can be found here, if you’re willing to dig through the deals. Treasures galore await, and you can spend forever just picking through them.
o 241 37th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232 or Manhattan Bridge Archway – 80 Pearl Street
Designer labels at a fraction of the price is a thrill you just can’t pass up. Century 21 has all your high-end wants with the discounts you need. It’s your outlet in New York that will fulfil all your discount needs. It’s a bargain hunter’s paradise, having prices of up to 70% off of those top-of-the-line labels that are all the rage.
o 22 Cortlandt Street, New York, NY 10007
Take a step back in time to the cobblestone streets and cast-iron decorations of SoHo (south of Houston Street), and check out the vast amount of shopping to be had here. There’s department stores such as Barney’s New York (mentioned above) and Bloomingdale’s, to little boutique stores that range in everything from clothing to taxidermy. You won’t be disappointed if you wander down this part of town, that’s for sure.
o Can be located between West Houston Street and Canal Street in Lower Manhattan.
New York is always an adventure, no matter where you go. From SoHo to 5th Avenue, there’s something for everyone. If you visit New York, don’t forget to check out the best stores that the city has to offer.
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