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Jackson Heights Dress Code

Below the rumbles of the 7 train on 74th Street, you’ll discover the colorful world of Little India in 11372. In addition to their multicultural culinary offerings, Jackson Heights has got you covered when it comes to sari shopping and ethnic jewelry. So if you want to look like an Indian princess or just own a piece of traditional Indian culture – check out three hot destinations that CiNYC Fashion Host Sasha strongly suggests!

Saris are the traditional garb of women in India, and the first must have when realizing your Bombay dreams. 74th Street offers a dazzling array of fabrics and colors to get you started. Ready made sari’s are typically offered in store but it’s best to have yourself fitted for a custom piece. With so many different types of embroidery and other options, you’ll have to get more than one!

If you’re looking for 11372’s answer to Target, then you’ll need to experience Butala Emporium. It is your one stop shop for furniture, music, beauty products, home accents, jewelry and so much more!

Butala Emporium
37-56 74th Street

All you need now is some bling to complete your look. For traditional jewelry, Shri Krishna has wall to wall genuine 22 karat gold selections. Intricate designs and precious stones gives this shop its brilliant shine, and the helpful salespeople will hook you up from head to toe.

Shri Krishna
37-18 74th Street

What would you buy at 74th Street? Post a comment below!

2 Comments

  • By Kyle Taylor – 09-22-08 at 2:02 pm

    I first just have to say that i am a total fan of the program and Sasha! She is just Fabulous. I would love to be part of the show and inquire more about sending a submission!!

  • By Cool in Your Code – 09-22-08 at 6:25 pm

    Hi Kyle, thanks for writing in! Please send submissions and other inquiries to info@coolinyourcode.com

    Thanks again and please keep watching!

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Jackson Heights Dress Code

Below the rumbles of the 7 train on 74th Street, you’ll discover the colorful world of Little India in 11372. In addition to their multicultural culinary offerings, Jackson Heights has got you covered when it comes to sari shopping and ethnic jewelry.