One of the many perks of living in New York include distinctive spots for all your shopping needs. Here are five of the City’s best holiday markets for a little deviation from the typical department store chaos.
As more and more men take on the responsibility of household shopping advertisers are taking notice and looking to cash in. New targeted ad campaigns have been geared just towards the guys.
Hundreds of gowns in all styles and sizes will be available from designer manufacturers and bridal shops when ‘Brides Against Breast Cancer’ comes to Hackensack this week.
We’ve rounded up our favorite new beauty products — for all different budgets — to help local ladies look their best all the way through 2014.
Few things say fall like a new pair of jeans. You can ensure the best look and fit by getting your denim handmade, or at least seriously customized to suit your idiosyncratic tastes and shape.
No matter how much you love New York, every once in a while you probably need to get out of the city. These trips leave from Port Authority in Times Square. Some will even have you back in time for dinner or a Broadway show.
No fall outfit is complete without a fabulous pair of shoes. Step into autumn and check out these must-have boots for the new season.
Just because the weather’s cooler doesn’t mean you have to put pants on just yet. Fall into autumn with these must-have dresses for the new season.
Spring fashion collections will hit New York’s runways during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, kicking off Thursday, September 5.
Lifestyle expert Tara Clavell-Vera visited The Couch with last minute Labor Day bargains, available both online and in the store.
Celebrities like Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lawrence are not just big name stars, they’ve also become style icons. Lifestyle expert Sarah Bernard joined us to share her tips to get celeb-inspired looks for less.
The state’s tax-free week eliminates Connecticut’s 6.35 percent sales tax on clothes costing less than $300.
Just a few weeks to go before school stars, and that means getting all the supplies for the year — which nowadays means must-have tech gadgets. David Gregg, Senior Editor of BehindTheBuy.com, visited The Couch with some of the hottest items on the market.
The National Retail Federation said the average family will spend about $700 this year on school supplies.
Classes will soon be in session and here on The Couch, we’re getting you ready to send the kids back to school. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis took a trip to Staples in Park Slop, to show you how to cash in on back to school deals.