Holiday Window Shopping in NYC

The most wonderful time of the year has finally begun. I may be a bit biased, but there is no other place I would rather be during the holiday season than New York, greatest city in the world! At every turn you can discover beautiful holiday decorations that make the holiday spirit infectious. In Manhattan, the season begins with the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and continues on through the month of December. Tonight is the annual lighting of the tree in Rockefeller Center, another huge holiday tradition. Christmas in Rockefeller Center is set to air tonight at 8pm on NBC. I will be watching!

To get my readers into the spirit, I wanted to share some beautiful images from around the city. Today, several dear friends have shared with me some of their most special photos. Enjoy!

peninsula (image via my Instagram – Peninsula Hotel)

kailen(image via Kailen H. – Macy’s)

danielle cartier cats(image via Danielle N – Cartier Store on 5th Ave) – Notice the beautiful Leopards that are part of Cartier’s new holiday campaign!

macy parade(image via Kailen H – Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade)

White Christmas(image via Sofia J.)

bergdorfBergdorf Window Display

_DSC0417_2Bergdorf’s – They did an amazing display this year with each window featuring a different holiday “on ice”

112013-store-windows-5-400Valentine’s Day on ice

Lord and TaylorLord and Taylor’s

112013-store-windows-11-400Bloomingdale’s

henri bendelHenri Bendel

Thanks for reading!

xo,

Jennifer-Name

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