Best Fashion Districts in The U.S. For Every Shopaholic

Prachi Dharap Jul 30, 2019
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Retail shopping is the epicenter of any fashion district. The fashionable stores, art galleries, and cute cafes make it a haven for the shopaholics.

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Rodeo Drive in the Beverly Hills, California has more than 100 boutiques and fancy hotels.

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The LA Fashion District comprises of 2000+ wholesalers throughout the 100 block district.

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The 5th Avenue in NYC is a must visit for fashion-focused tourists. Visit the upscale Bergdorf Goodman, or shopper's paradise - Saks Fifth Avenue.

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Hub of the New York's fashion scene - the 7th Avenue, near the Times Square, has a lot to offer everyone. From sample sales, good food to Fashion Walk of Fame, it is an interesting area to visit.

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Washington Street, Boston offers a relaxing shopping experience. It has quite a few departmental stores like Macy's and H&M.

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Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a historic shopping place in Boston. You can visit the boutiques or street vendors to satisfy your fashion cravings.
The Waterfront Mall in Miami is the best place for everyone from kitsch collectors to bargain hunters. The cafes and eateries will help you unwind after a day of fun and shopping.

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Kalakaua Avenue in Honolulu, Hawaii is lined with fashion outlets from Louis Vuitton to Harry Winston and with luxury dining for delicious food.

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Magnificent Mile in the Michigan Avenue, Chicago has hundreds of fashion boutiques, stores and malls for the style hunters.
Walnut Street in Philadelphia has sprawling flagship stores of prestigious luxury brands, making it one of the pricey shopping districts in the USA.