New York City Fashion Bargain Site Putting a Realistic Spin on the 'Sex in the City' Fairy Tale -- TheVogueCity.com Proving that a Carrie Bradshaw Lifestyle Is Possible for All NYC Budgets

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When the "Sex in the City" gals hit the big screen, they'll undoubtedly be putting their best Manolo Blahnik foot forward -- even if realistically they can't afford it. The Web's Guide to the most fashionable New York City bargains, TheVogueCity.com, is showing New Yorkers that they can live the cosmopolitan fairy tale, even on a budget.

always seemed to have enough cash for expensive dresses and shoes, $20 martinis and posh apartments.

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When the "Sex and the City" gals hit the big screen on May 30, 2008, they'll undoubtedly be donned in their usual designer duds, sipping $15 cosmos at pricey NYC hot spots. Realistically, however, they wouldn't be able to afford any of it. The Web's no-nonsense guide to New York City's hottest trends and bargains knows what it really costs to live it up in the city. To better address the budgetary requirements of the average fashion-forward New Yorker, the former Found4Less.com has just become TheVogueCity.com. "Sex and the City" wannabes who would like to be able to afford the Miranda Hobbes lifestyle on a Carrie Bradshaw budget can learn how to do so online at http://www.TheVogueCity.com.

In a recent article titled "Affording their 'City'," amNY put the "Sex and the City" gals' salaries to the test. The verdict? Despite having Middle American jobs, Carrie and the gang "always seemed to have enough cash for expensive dresses and shoes, $20 martinis and posh apartments." Only in Hollywood … and certainly not in Manhattan, where the average New Yorker struggles to make rent, let alone afford Jimmy Choo stilettos, Fendi handbags and the finest dining the city has to offer.

Yet with so much exposure to the highest standards of fashion and luxury, every New York woman yearns for a "Sex in the City" lifestyle. That's where TheVogueCity.com comes to the rescue. Formerly Found4Less.com, The Vogue City - TVC for short - is budget-conscious Manhattanites' no-nonsense online guide to the city's hottest trends and bargains. In addition to its red-carpet new look, the site has improved its goal of relating to its target audience.

The Vogue City is the brainchild of a native New Yorker who knows firsthand what the city actually costs. To that end, the newly made-over TheVogueCity.com proves the "Sex in the City" pundits wrong. It shows that New York can be the best place to score a bargain and that it is quite possible to live a Carrie Bradshaw life as long as you are educated about the luxury-for-less options Manhattan has to offer. Listing sample sales, wholesale offers and exclusive clearance events, The Vogue City attracts those who admire the style of the "Sex and the City" cast, while keeping their wallets comfortably stocked.

A bargain shoppers' paradise, TheVogueCity.com isn't your average stock, sample and retail sale notifier. The site also reviews each bargain shopping opportunity it lists and sends actual journalists to the sales who report back to TVC live. A trip to TheVogueCity.com is like a marathon bargain excursion, all without stepping foot outside the comfort of one's home until the perfect little black something is found.

In addition, The Vogue City's mini Webserial, "Corner Booth," provides visitors with "Sex in the City"-esque juicy gossip and extravagant excursions that feature characters every single woman in NYC can identify with. Savvy, opinionated, sophisticated and sexy - just like the city itself ¬- the newly redesigned TheVogueCity.com puts an affordable spin on the "Sex and the City" lifestyle.

For more information on how to afford the "Sex in the City" fairy tale, contact Mirela Gluck at (212) 599-3193. To find the hottest trends and bargains New York City has to offer, visit TVC online at http://www.TheVogueCity.com.

Contact information:
Mirela Gluck
420 Lexington Avenue Suite 1653
New York, NY, 10170
(212) 599-3193    
http://www.TheVogueCity.com

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