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Where to Shop Locally This 4th of July

07:00 July 03, 2020
By: Sofia Gomez Alonso

There is a lot do in preparation for the celebration as the 4th of July weekend approaches. There are a variety of local brands, markets, restaurants, and shops that can help you to get everything ready, from your outfit to your home to your meal.

In terms of fashion, the women's clothing store Monomin on Magazine Street has a 4th of July collection with a 15 percent discount that is applicable when using the code MAGAZINESTREET on their website. Monomin is a locally owned brand that features minimalistic and feminine, local designs. Similarly, Tasc Performance Wear on Magazine Street offers male and female clothing that will make a perfect and comfortable outfit for the summer celebration. For customers interested in fashion and thrifting, Swap Boutique, on the same street, is offering up to 30 percent discounts on designer items that are ideal for compiling a red, white, and blue outfit.

For shoppers in Downtown locations, the menswear shop Friend has a variety of modern and trendy options for a perfect patriotic outfit. Similarly, the shop Freda at Ace Hotel offers a number of colorful and modern women's styles.

Lamonette Flowers and Gifts on Tulane Avenue has multiple flower arrangements that will adorn your house if you are hosting this year's 4th of July celebration. The store Aux Belles Choses on Magazine Street has a variety of table accessories and crockery items that will make for the best 4th of July table setup. Also on Magazine Street, the furniture shop Villa Vici is offering outdoor and patio furniture that will come in handy for the perfect BBQ party.

Additionally, the city's markets are useful when preparing for the celebration. Crescent City Farmer's Market has various locations around the city that offer locally grown produce and other foods that will make the ultimate 4th of July meal. For families who are looking to eat out, Dat Dog restaurants around the city will be serving hot dogs and ice-cold sno-balls, which will make the most patriotic meal.

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