It’s fall. And with it, comes the need to stock up on a handful of pieces that aren’t too trendy but still worth the spend. Here a list of places to hit that are sure to keep you in style heading into winter. [The Feast]
712 Broadway | (646) 383-2257It doesn?t matter if you?re a hipster or a blazers-on-the-weekends type: You?ll be hard-pressed to find a tee that fits or flatters better than their burnouts, classic crewnecks, and tanks.
131 Mercer Street | (212) 966-9685A universally flattering mix of French-designed pieces that don?t try to hard. (And therefore, are perfect for any part of NYC.) Slim-cut plaid button downs, killer denim, ironic tees, and footwear for men and women.
13 Christopher St. | (212) 924-8515Fall party dress central. Owner Kyung Lee is known as much for her never-wrong eye for up-and-coming talent as for her custom-designed frocks. Stop by Albertine General next door for spectacular jewelry and antique baubles.
88 N 11th St | (718) 486-0816Looking to turn a quick profit on your unwanted clothes and shop for new ones in the process? This Brooklyn-based consignment shop buys, sells, and trades for store credit or cash right on the spot. A word of warning: You can?t trade credits between the (more eclectic) Williamsburg warehouse and (more designer-driven) Greenpoint locale.
139 Spring St. | (212) 334-0055Their two-tone ballet flats never (ever) go out of style and wear perfectly all year-round. Looking to splurge or invest this season? They?re the closest you?ll ever come to an ?heirloom? pair of shoes.
645 5th Ave | (212) 813-9170Award-winning menswear designer Michael Bastian is as adept at sleek suiting and natty pullovers as he is at no-iron pants and this season?s omnipresent varsity jacket revival.
347 Madison Ave | (212) 949-0570?It? running shoe editions from the likes of New Balance, heritage-looking statement jewelry from Park Avenue-fixating designer Lulu Frost, and a constant supply of longsleeve tees, chambray shirting, and boots.
486 Broadway | (212) 226-6954From timeless moccasins and denim to more nautical stripes that you could shake a sailor at: There?s something undeniable about this rumpled-but-classic womenswear brand and the pieces that it stocks season after season.
112 W. 17th St. | (212) 505-5159Stylish, pobby proof that vintage jewelry collecting doesn?t have to cost a fortune. The under-the-radar vintage jewelry shop boasts a trove of surprisingly affordable, eclectic treasures.