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Tribeca

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Tribeca is a shopper’s delight, filled with the hottest designers for all of your needs. CiNYC’s host Sasha checked out three locations that carry everything from baby booties to hot heroine attire.

The first stop is Bu and the Duck which carries clothing, hats, tights, and shoes for the kiddies all with an international, old-school feel. They promise style without the kitschy characters so your child can express his/her own personality.

www.buandtheduck.com

106 Franklin Street, 10013

Next stop is Petticoat Lane offering both underthings and outer accessories. Filled with the sexiest most saught after lingerie, this 10013 store’s got you covered. And you can pick up a trendy bag to carry it all home in!

149 Reade Street

Last but not least is Macki. This affordable boutique offers a personal shopping experience and their ever changing inventory keeps regulars there on a regular basis! It’s a one-stop shop with dresses, bags, belts, underwear, tops and jeans from hot and undiscovered lines.

www.mackinyc.com

146 Reade Street

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