Beautiful Christmas trees, sparkling lights, ice skating at Rockefeller Plaza, all of these are the wonderful things to partake in New York City at the Holidays. But, if you are like me you have shopping to do, and there is no better place to do it than New York City. Sure, go in the big box stores like Macy’s and check out those incredible holiday windows at Bergdorf Goodman’s. Those stores are like dinner, they offer up a big selection of a lot of things, but if you want dessert, you want to discover where the New Yorker’s shop. I hope you will have the chance to discover some of these gems.
Kate’s Paperie – Three locations in the New York City area, my favorite being the Soho store at 435 Broome (between Broadway and Crosby) This gem of a shop carries calendars, wrapping papers, decorative papers, greeting cards, planners, writing instruments and more!
Are you in need of some Vintage horns or…
…some preppy boxers? Both of these items, and all kinds of unique items in between can be found at Partners & Spade, 40 Great Jones, NYC 10012. This is a place where every visit will be totally different from the past. Check them out!
Global Table with locations in Soho and the Upper West Side is a table-top and home accessories store. The stock a carefully edited selection of dishes, glassware and accessories from around the world. Check out all their mix and match tableware and snag something for your next dinner party.
This Baby Bauchair was conceived by the Bauhaus movement. This is only the beginning of what you can find at Thomas Sires, 243 Elizabeth Street in New York City. Should you be looking for the unusual and unique, this is the place to find it. How about a fish-shaped soap on a rope? Traditional cotton blankets? A throw pillow that says good night in French? Tops, bottoms, outerwear, costume jewelry, books, paper goods and more!
I hope I have shown you some unique places to shop when you are fortunate enough to travel to New York City! Do you have favorite places to shop in your city or town? I would love to share them with my readers! Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org!