Thursday, June 25, 2009

Shopping in NYC, Part II has posted a second in a series discussing where to shop in NYC when you don't want to drop insane amounts of cash. Below is a summary of her list of where to shop in Soho:

1) Uniqlo (Japan)
2) Zara (Spain)
3) Mango (Spain)
4) Eryn brinie (Korea)
5) TopShop (UK)
6) Kenneth Cole
7) Banana Republic
8) A/X Armani Exchange
9) Express
10) Esprit
11) Aldo
12) Sephora
13) H&M
14) Steven by Steve Madden
15) Bloomingdale’s.
16) Madewell
17) J.Crew

Below is a snippet from her post. For more (and there is much much more), check out the full post. Seriously. Click the link and check it out.

Starting at Houston and Broadway (and for those of you not familiar with New York, Houston is pronounced “How-ston,” not “Huw-ston”), head south along Broadway. Between Houston and Grand Street, you’ll find a slew of international stores that have limited locations in the United States, including Uniqlo (Japan), Zara (Spain), Mango (Spain), Eryn brinie (Korea), and TopShop (UK). All of these have reasonably-priced casual clothes, as well as a fair amount of work-appropriate clothes such as blazers, dresses, and blouses. Along this same stretch you’ll pass stalwarts such as Kenneth Cole, Banana Republic, A/X Armani Exchange, Express, Esprit, Aldo, Sephora, H&M, Steven by Steve Madden, and, of course, Bloomingdale’s. (The frozen yogurt at Bloomie’s is well worth a stop if you’re in the mood for a snack.) Also along this stretch is Madewell, J.Crew’s new store.

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