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Best Clothing Shops in New York

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Diane von Furstenberg is another plumy feather in the hat of the fashion capital of the US. You will be totally awe-struck as soon as you enter this store in the Meatpacking District. The spacious area has mirrors on all of its pearl-white walls, so you can check yourself out from every angle whilst perusing the season's latest styles. The store offers printed blouses, formal shirts and trousers, winter jackets, fine fragrances and coquettish accessories. If you want to find the perfect sandals and handbags for your elegant dress, you've a great chance of finding them here.

Avant-garde fashion choices for women and men await at IF, which is famous for its unique styles which can't be found elsewhere. You will find designs by the likes of Ivan Grundahl, Amalia Toro, Elena Dawson and Adam Kimmel at this boutique. This independent boutique also has shoes and accessories by designers like Faliero Sarti and Johnny Farah.

You can easily spot Saks by its array of flags fluttering outside the building. With an aim to dress the city's stylish, the department store includes expansive sections for contemporary women's clothing and classic men's fashion. The departments have a great range of international designer wear, including Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino and Sonia Rykiel as well as cosmetics and fragrances by Bond No.9, Chanel and more. The store also features collections by American designers such as Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and Donna Karan. So if you want to include a bit of New York into your wardrobe, splurge at Saks Fifth Avenue.

Words like opulence and elegance come to mind when you hear the name Bergdorf Goodman. One of the many esteemed shopping destinations situated on Fifth Avenue, this luxury department store has it all: designer clothing, shoes, handbags, accessories, beauty products, homewares, and more. Spend the day browsing brands ranging from Akris to Valentino then stop by the lavish BG Restaurant on the seventh floor. If an indulgent meal isn't enough to restore your energy for another round of shopping, head to the in-house day spa and let soothing treatments with essential oils melt your cares away. There's a reason the fashion elite swear by Bergdorf Goodman.

Discover a department store large enough to get lost in and satisfy all your shopping needs. Stretching almost an entire city block, Macy's Herald Square is not only an excellent place to indulge your shopping whims but also a National Historic Landmark since 1978. Until 2009, it was the largest department store in the world, and while it no longer holds the title, this flagship store still carries just about everything you could ever need. Find great selections of clothing, beauty products, home decor, luggage, accessories, and more at remarkably reasonable prices. If you need a break while exploring, stop at one of the many eateries housed inside, which range from a Starbucks to a contemporary Italian trattoria. Between its superb merchandise, on-site amenities, and historical significance, Macy's Herald Square is absolutely worth a visit.

Whatever you're looking for, Bloomingdale's is bound to have it. Downstairs are the accessories department and glitzy beauty counters, where you'll find stylish accouterments to complete any outfit. Upstairs, you can move between the women's and men's departments, peruse bedding and kitchenware, and more. Those who enjoy designer labels will be thrilled to find the likes of Stella McCartney and Kate Spade New York among others. Best of all, while the merchandise is expensive, Bloomingdale's is also famous for its big sales.

Blue Tree is a boutique where you can find the most amazing items, and amazing designer wear for women. Clothing, accessories, and fun novelty items like toys and kids books are sprawled over two levels of this Upper East Side store. Chocolates, cashmere coats, books, skateboards, and loads of designer wear jostle for space - it's truly a "fell down the rabbit hole" example of shopping eclecticism.

There are only a handful of suppliers for professional dance gear in New York City, and since 1975 this London outpost has been one of the top retail stores available for this niche. The company features the official ballet point-shoe for the American Ballet Theatre, and they also fit many dancers from the New York City Ballet. The average price for these shoes is $60. They also carry a good selection of dance clothing, with everything from warm-up pants to flashy flamenco skirts.

Stocking stylish designs for all seasons, Allsaints Spitalfields has a wide range of clothing for men and women. The international brand also presents some wonderfully classy accessories, shoes and jewelry. Men can purchase an assortment of headgear like beanies and fedora hats, as well as other accessories like belts, pocket squares and more. Women can jazz up their outfits with scarves, pendants and bangles.

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