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nice shopping areas

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nice shopping areas

where are the best places to buy higher end gifts, clothes. thanks. ITS.

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1. Re: nice shopping areas

Hi,

Nice higher end botiques can be found in the Third Ward of Milwaukee. You might want to google Third Ward to find specifically what you seek. Also, Brady Street in Milwaukee has nice botiques. On prospect avenue, you have Urban Outfitters, American Apparel and couple other botiques for women.

Otherwise, you can find very nice stores at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, about 10 minutes west of Milwaukee, Bayshore Mall about 10 minutes north of Milwaukee in Glendale, and Brookfield Square Mall in Brookfield.

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The only place I'll add to the list is the George Watts shop on Jefferson Street. They sell china, crystal and lots of gift type items. They also have a tea room where you can have lunch.

Watts is near the Pfister Hotel, which is worth a walk thru the lobby. The Pfister also has some upscale shops.

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Definitely Third Ward if you want unique stores and boutiques.

You might also want to try the Mequon area, 15 minutes north of Milwaukee, or Cedarburg.

As stated, the two higher end malls are Mayfair and Bayshore. Bayshore has a few more boutiques than Mayfair, however - including Ma Jolie and Aversa.

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Thanks for your help. LIG ITS.

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