Four Northern Italy Christmas Markets To Visit For Holiday Cheer

While Christmas markets in Italy are not as big as they might be in Germany or Austria, they have that certain Italian flourish and the delicious gastronomy to prove it. Even thought there are Christmas markets held throughout the country, up north you can roam those with Germanic roots due to the area’s proximity to Germany and Austria. If you want to get off of the over-traveled Christmas market path in Italy, here are a few northern Italian Christmas markets to visit for some holiday cheer.

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Five Great Vintage Clothing Shops in Southern California

From 1960s shift dresses to wide 1980s leather belts, I love adding quality vintage pieces to my wardrobe. There is no shortage of vintage shops packed with treasures in Southern California. Here are some of my favorite spots.

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Carnaby Style Night – London Shopping Event

The evening of Thursday the 12th of September will present an opportunity to experience one of London's most iconic shopping districts with a “Style Night” focused on the best of men's fashion and more.

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Five Not-to-Miss Vintage Shops in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has been home to many colorful characters over the years, which means the city’s vintage shops are filled to the brim with unique, must-have items (clothing, accessories, and home décor). Whether you’re looking for whacky or classy, these five vintage shops in Las Vegas are sure to please.

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Three Great Shopping Areas in Orlando, Florida

There are plenty of things to do in sunny Orlando, Florida, including shopping ‘til you drop! That’s right, Orlando has a vibrant shopping scene – it’s a great place to find a must-have designer pair of shoes, discount home accessories, and anything in between. Here are three great shopping areas to check out the next time you’re in Orlando and in the mood to shop.

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