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    Ironbound Shopping

    Ironbound Shopping

    The Ironbound neighborhood of Newark is known for many reasons. Perhaps the most prominent being their thriving restaurant scene. No one can deny that the food options are endless and delicious. However, what many do not know is that Ferry street is also a growing hub for affordable fashion. From the very top of the strip near Penn Station – to the very end near route 1&9, Ferry Street is sprinkled with an array of small boutiques. Here are some of the most popular ones.

    Dannish A – (93 Ferry St) is a small but full of options store. The boutique floor is filled with racks of colorful and trendy options. The walls are also lined with a second tier display – adding even more options to your options.


    Rio Republic – (105 Ferry St) a Ferry Street staple has been around for as long as anyone can remember. Their colorful window displays of swimwear call for shoppers to enter and dare to envision themselves out and about in Rio de Janeiro.

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    Nadri Fashion (177 Ferry St) is another favorite local stop. They carry seasonal on-trend items – the likes of which can be seen on fashion bloggers and style dabblers on all sorts of social media. Their affordable fast fashion prices make it a great stop for a last minute outfit or even a season wardrobe refresh. Be sure to stop by and check out their plethora of options ranging from cocktail dresses to outerwear.


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    Xtra’s (194 Ferry St) is another must-stop in any shopper’s itinerary. Their no-fuss boutique style gives the eye an easy analysis of each and every piece. They are perfect for finding unique pieces that will be sure to last in any wardrobe.

    Be sure to stop by some of these local gems for great and inexpensive fashionable pieces. Don’t forget that no day in Newark is complete without also checking out the food, sangria, and numerous jewelry stores. Happy Shopping!

    Shayla Castrelos is the founder of fashion and lifestyle blog, SundayShay.com. She works in New York City full time as a legal assistant as well as being in full-time pursuit of trends, restaurants, and nightlife. She has a degree in Journalism from Rutgers University Newark Campus. She is based out of Newark, where she currently resides.