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A Look at Holiday Window Displays in NYC

The holidays in New York are both magical and wonderful – and truly lives up to the hype. From the Rockettes, to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, to the Rockefeller Tree, to the city lights, the streets are bustling with holiday shoppers and store windows are loaded with Christmas decor. Tourists come from around the world to experience the magic.

One of the best things about being in New York this holiday season, is being able to experience the many holiday window displays the city’s department stores have to offer. There’s a lot to take in here—from towers of snowy desserts to icicle-covered dresses. Scroll through to see the most extravagant window displays the city has to offer this year!

BLOOMINGDALES

SAKS FIFTH AVENUE

LORD & TAYLOR

MACY’S

BERGDORF GOODMAN

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