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Tribeca is one of Manhattan’s most upscale and fashion-forward neighborhoods, so, it’s no surprise that it is home to some seriously great shopping finds. From a high-end shopping center to one-of-a-kind boutiques, here’s where to go shopping in Tribeca.

Grown & Sewn

Grown & Sewn is a fashionable boutique shop in Tribeca that carries men’s and women’s clothes alongside accessories like hats, belts, bags, and more. Pop in and peruse the selection of tops and bottoms that carry some retro aesthetics while each consistently maintaining its own simple quality.

Grown & Sewn. 116 Franklin St.

The Mysterious Bookshop

Not all the best shopping in Tribeca is apparel-related. The Mysterious Bookshop is a gorgeous, fun place to find great novels and literary events in the area. It’s also the world’s oldest mystery fiction specialty store, making it home to some truly rare reads.

The Mysterious Bookshop. 58 Warren St.

Thom Browne

Thom Browne is a well-curated outpost for designer men’s and women’s clothing, plus a diverse selection of accessories. Here men can choose from fashion-forward wears in the form of knitwear, outerwear, trousers, and more. Women can also choose from knitwear, as well as skirts, eyewear and handbags.

Thom Browne. 100 Hudson St.

Edon Manor

Edon Manor is a high end, sleek and contemporary boutique in Tribeca that specials in shoes and accessories. The inventory here consists of upscale shoes, handbags, and small leather pieces from the world’s leading designer brands.

Edon Manor. 391 Greenwich St.

Near Tribeca: Brookfield Place and Westfield World Trade Center

These two luxe shopping mall just south of Tribeca are home to a number of choice restaurants, and shops selling clothes and accessories for everyone in the family. Some of the brands with outposts here include Burberry, Gucci, Apple, and Bottega Veneta. Brookfield Place overlooks the Hudson and Westfield WTC is inside the famed Oculus, making both of them exceedingly photogenic spots for some retail therapy near Tribeca.

Brookfield Place. 230 Vesey St.

Stay At The Duane Street Hotel

Another crucial element to planning a perfect long weekend getaway in Lower Manhattan is finding a hotel room that’s both comfortable and luxurious. Secure the ideal place to rest your head at night by booking a room at the Duane Street Hotel when planning your long weekend in New York.