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So I had to meet my best friend at her job, which is on 28th and Park in the city. Since I had time to spaare I walked the wholesale area, which is located on 28th and Broadway. OMG they have everything and for so cheap. I mean I found Pashmina shawls for $30 a dozen silk flower petals $1.50 a box. I'm from NYC so I knew of this area but haven't been here in ages. I also have been scouring the internet for prices and deals on stuff I need for the wedding. My only problem has been that I'm a touchy feely consumer, meaning I like to examine the quality of what I'm getting before I purchase so this works for me. I wanted to pass this info along because there are a ton of shops so you have to make a day of it sort of. They are open on Saturdays. Also in the same area is the wholesale flower district, which also sells gorgeous silk flowers. Since I stumbled upon some of these stores I was looking more then buying, but here are some things I saw.


Raffia Fans

Those little gauze goody bags in tons of colors

Pashmina Shawls in tons of colors- these you have to hit up a few stores for quality and price because they vary, but still real nice for giveaways

Flip flops and disposable cameras. I know I will go back with my mom on a Saturday when I have a lil more time to shop around.

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That's really great to know! I'm upstate, NY but I have to go down to my jeweler who has to tighten my ring, he's in the diamond district, but I can make my way down there for the good deals!


Thanks! :)

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awesome!!! I work in the financial district so may be i can go one day after work or on a saturday!! I'm also a touchy consumer so I was having a hard time ordering anything online. Do you know if they have any linens or overlays??

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