Jessica Mousseau is a copywriter & copy editor from the United States. Her work can be viewed at: www.jessicamousseau.com.
Published June 7th 2011
New York residents know that Greenwich Village is the place to go to eat, be entertained, and, of course, shop. If you're not that familiar with Greenwich Village, you may not know exactly where to start looking for the best shopping venues.
We're going to help by listing some of the ones located in this "happening" neighborhood in New York City. You're sure to find something you like when you wander into one of these.
If you are looking for your favorite fragrance, or if you are considering a new one for yourself or someone else, then you must visit Aedes De Venustas. This store specializes in fragrance, especially high-end brands just as Anick Goutal and Lubin. You can also find skin care products and candles.
Take advantage of the gift wrap that Aedes De Venustas is known for. The recipient will be as pleased by the box as by what is inside.
Do you like to know what made your favorite person do whatever it was he or she did the way he or she did? Then visit bookbook, also known as the Biography Bookstore. You'll find published diaries, letters, biographies, and autobiographies.
You'll also find sale tables that take up lots of room on the inside—so much in fact that some of them end up on the sidewalk. Here's where you'll find your best deals on books from many different authors.
This store has a travel theme, which is fitting, because one of the things it sells is luggage and leather goods that can be used for traveling. You can also find comfortable shoes as well as bottles and other accessories that will pass TSA inspection.
No shopping trip in Greenwich Village or anywhere else for that matter would be complete without a stop at Li-Lac Chocolates. Here you'll find almond bark, coconut clusters, and other chocolate treats that have been enjoyed by Greenwich Villagers since 1923. If you need a cute souvenir, purchase one of the molded chocolate Statue of Liberty chocolates.