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Fifth Avenue Shopping

While I was in New York, aside from the thrift store I did a lot more shopping. The rest of my shopping was done on the famous Fifth Avenue. While I was on 5th Ave. I wasn’t doing anything high end; instead I visited H&M and Urban Outfitters. Between the two stores I spent $110 and left completely satisfied.

The slippers, scarf, and button down I got from UO. I love all of the items for their patterns and cozy materials. It was also nice to find the slippers seeing as I saw them online back in October for $30 and purchased them for $10.

The rest of the items I purchased at H&M. The coat is one of my favorites because it stresses a point I often make to my other female friends…That point is, don’t be afraid to shop in the men’s section! For me I feel like most clothing items are quite androgynous and it’s up to the person to make them come alive. With that being said, the coat (regularly priced $80, bought it on sale for $20) came from the men’s section, fits very nicely, and receives endless comments.

This entry was written by uyellelle and published on January 13, 2012 at 12:06 am. It’s filed under Fashion and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Fifth Avenue Shopping

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