If you want to completely lose yourself in
the New York
shopping experience, try Macy’s Herald
Square on for size. The building itself is a
whopping ten stories high and extends for one whole block. This store is so
large they even put on events! This month you can hone in on your cooking
skills with summer cooking sessions where tips and ideas are given by
professional chefs. Next to house ware and home decor you will also find
everything from fashion for men, women and children to shoes, jewellery, bed
and bath products and even a restaurant AND Metropolitan Museum of Art gift
shop! Be blown away by the sheer experience of Macy’s Herald Square – and be sure to be on the
lookout for sales and discounts.
Moving on from Macy’s you will need to
take a trip to Century 21 on Courtland
Street to continue your New York shopping experience. This department
store offers top quality designer fashion labels at incredible discount prices
ranging from 40 to 70%! Be amazed at the range of bargains you will find here,
including footwear and accessories such as handbags, sunglasses and even
cosmetics and fragrances. Century 21 also enables you to find bargains in home
accessories, appliances and electronics.
The Market NYC should be your next stop.
Here you will have the chance to catch one off’s from new up and coming
designers as well as young local designers. Hosted in a sports hall belonging
to a Church centre in Little Italy, the Market NYC is certainly the place where
shoppers can hunt for unique t-shirts, revamped vintage style clothing and
eccentric and original accessories.
Also a must is a visit to some of New Yorks specialist
stores, such as Jimmy Choo for the shoe-a-holics, the Apple store for the
gadget lover, Other Music for alternative music fans and finally Kiehl’s for
special treats for your skin and hair. To view these and more New York shopping tips, or to take a peek other travel tips try this handy New York travel guidenow online.