11 "Sigh-Worthy" Stores Many Girls Could Spend A Lifetime Exploring
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11 "Sigh-Worthy" Stores Many Girls Could Spend A Lifetime Exploring

*Cue boyfriends impatiently waiting in the corner.*

11 "Sigh-Worthy" Stores Many Girls Could Spend A Lifetime Exploring

Personally, I am that one girl who can spend hours and hours in just one store (much to my boyfriend's dismay). I'm sure many of you are right there with me. Some stores are just too sigh-worthy, too heavenly, and too much fun. Small disclaimer, everyone is different and some of you might just relate with me on some stores or none of them. Either way, these are my top 10 stores that I could probably live in for the rest of my life.

Home Goods.

Who doesn't love furniture? Every time I go in, I want to redesign my whole room (and apartment).


Again... furniture.

DSW Shoes.

Shoes. I mean, this speaks for itself.


Target has everything you could ever want and need.


Going into Ulta means I have to go up and down every aisle they have and look at every single product.


Again, makeup. Enough said.

World Market.

I love that they have furniture and food from different countries.

Trader Joe's or Whole Foods.

I love going through their aisles and discovering new, healthy items.

Barnes and Nobles.

I'm a huge bookworm and I could spend hours trying to find a good book (or several good books).


Art and crafts. This store brings out my artistic side, even though I don't have one.


Shoes, home decor, and various kitchen necessities. Otherwise, heaven.

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