The Biggest Shopping Cities Will Make You Drop
Perhaps it has something to do with the Kardashians (doesn't everything?), but we've become a nation of clothing/style/beauty-obsessed maniacs, who shop -- online and in real life -- 'til we pretty much drop. Here in New York City -- what some perceive to be the fashion capital of the world -- it seems like everywhere I go, every corner I turn, some girl or guy is holding a shopping bag while killing it in some fancy new duds. And forget about trying to pop in to H&M after work, the store is always slammed. Seems like there's not a single moment when people aren't shopping here.
So, it's shocking that my fair, image-conscious city did not make the "Top 10 Shopaholic Cities in the U.S." list louboutin. But what's even more shocking is the city that's number one!
After collecting data from the 100 most populous cities and tracking spending for a full year, Bundle recently discovered that Washington, D.C. is not just our nation's capital, but our nation's shopping capital. According to the survey, the average American spends $142.08 a month on clothes, shoes, etc., while the average D.C. resident spends $263 a month. Who knew?
Here's the rest of the list
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