I'm pretty much finished with shopping, but if you're still searching for that perfect trinket for cousin Sally and Uncle Joe-Bob, why dontcha take a break from the mall and head to Manhattan's famed 5th Avenue for a little shopping? All you'll need are a big furry hat, a pair of fingerless texting gloves and two fistfuls of hundred dollar bills. Or, you could just relax in front of your computer and do a little virtual window shopping, completely free of charge (though you're free to tip your guide after the tour. I hear she likes lollipops and expensive coffee drinks.)
The stores really go above and beyond to make an impact. Love this huge bow.
And a glowing belt buckle! How awesome is that? Think they make one in my size?
Naturally the Mikimoto store features garlands with enormous pearls. So, so pretty.
Tiffany's keeps it classic with their trademark red ribbon Christmas decor.
Henri Bendel is magical without the Christmas decorations, but becomes truly ethereal with these floating ballerinas strung up all over the store.
The best windows (in my opinion) are always at Bergdorf Goodman's. They are wildly imaginative, outrageous and magical.
How amazing is this?
This was my favorite. Unbelievable.
Hope you all enjoyed the tour today. You can see yourself out. The subway's to the left; the bus is to the right. Don't forget to pick up an "I heart NYC t-shirt" before the train leaves the station.