Yes, there are several dress shops on Myrtle avenue in New York. Chic Couture, Patricia Bridal Shop and Kassandra Bridal shop are all located on Myrtle avenue.
One can purchase couture dresses by Phoebe on E Bay, NeimanMarcus, Shop Devine, Miss Dressy, Saks of Fifth Avenue, Malleries, and in any fine dress shop.
Madison Avenue is probably the most famous street to shop on. But all the stores on Madison Avenue are way too expensive for any normal person to shop at. Broadway, from Houston Street to Canal Street, is packed with clothing stores that have far more reasonable prices than Madison Avenue.
Bergdorf Goodman, Saks fifth Avenue, Barneys Co-op/Barneys, Chelsea girl couture in Chelsea (@ spring and Thompson)
both authentic and not
She goes to Hot Topic,Ooh La La Couture and also Kaiya and Eve Couture.:)
One can purchase a Juice Couture charm directly form Juicy Couture, Amazon or Ebay. Also one could purchase a Juicy Couture charm from Tumblr and Shop Bop.
One can shop for Juicy Couture maternity clothes in a number of places. If there is a Juicy Couture store in the local area, that would be the first place to try. Failing that, you can try large department store, and specialized maternity clothing stores.
The most popular Juicy Couture location in Houston is at the Galleria. If that isn't an option than the person can go direct to the Juicy Couture website and shop online.
Maybe $5, if they even want it.
Well, Madison Avenue is definitely the most famous place to go clothes-shopping in New York City. But all the stores on Madison Avenue are so ritzy and expensive, no normal person can afford to shop there.I would recommend SoHo. Especially Broadway, between Canal and Houston Streets. That area is absolutely loaded with trendy clothing stores, but, generally speaking, they are a lot more moderately-priced than Madison Avenue stores.Fifth Avenue, between 42nd and 59th Street, is another big shopping area. But for the most part, the stores there are as expensive as the stores on Madison Avenue. You know, like Cartier, Diesel, Henri Bendel, H. Stern, etc., etc.