|The Macy’s flagship store is 110 years old— it was built in 1902.|
Today we’re bringing you some window highlights from one of the most famous stores in the world–Macy’s Flagship at 34th Street. No visit to New York City at Christmas is complete without a stop in Macy’s. If you can handle the shoulder-to-shoulder crowds, holiday shopping at Macy’s should be on your NYC bucket list for sure.
For a little more breathing room, we recommend hitting it this weekend during one of the overnight stretches. Yes, that’s right –– Macy’s will remain open for business overnight or for 24 hours on 12/21, 12/22, and 12/23. So if you’re a procrastinator, shop from now until Christmas Eve at 6 p.m. That will give you just enough time to box, wrap, and tag!
Night owl that I am, I’ll be hitting it Sunday around midnight. But if you’re not as brave, I recommend observing from–– plenty of holiday magic and goodness are available from the street. Macy’s windows look especially bright and colorful this year, and I don’t have to tell you my favorites. Scroll down to the bottom because I saved the best for last. (Oo la la –– the shoes!)
|New York, NY–a magical city! Macy’s was born in 1856, but originally located downtown in “Ladies’ Mile.”|
|Everyone remembers “Miracle on 34th Street!”|
|Children are fascinated by the creativity and excitement of the windows, and so are adults.|
|We make mischief and memories each Christmas at our house–how about you?|
|The Nutcracker is a holiday classic and a tradition for many New Yorkers.|
|Christmas isn’t complete without a decorated evergreen tree.|
|Are bow ties back? Macy’s dedicated an entire window to them.|
|Michael Kors—I’ll take a size 8 1/2 please!|
|Have you bought your holiday party shoes yet? Check out these by Dolce Vita at Macy’s.|