Marshalls opens massive new store in New York City

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There's nothing like walking into a brand-new store, with sparkly clean floors and products stocked perfectly on the shelves and racks. Add in the fact that there's a wide range of designers and brands at a reasonable price, and we may never leave.

Trust us when we tell you that you could spend an entire day roaming around Marshalls new store in TriBeCa, New York City -- and since the doors officially opened to the public last Thursday, you can do just that.

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"The stores and the product and the whole experience of shopping at a Marshalls is this whole idea of choosing surprise, allowing yourself to kind of be open to new possibilities, [letting] go of the predictability of your daily routine or of your wardrobe and really [coming] into the store and [allowing] yourself to be open to finding something incredible," celebrity stylist and TV personality Brad Goreski told AOL Lifestyle at the Marshalls media preview event at the store last week.

As Goreski took guests on a tour of the entire store (two massive floors), we laid our eyes on tons of designer handbags and luggage, an impressive beauty section and a massive shoe selection. Trendy millennial pink items were also highlights that Goreski pointed out. The retailer doesn't only cater to women, though. "I was so excited to see so much color on the walls," the "Fashion Police" star told us of the men's floor.

The stylist to the stars even dropped a couple of handy tips for shoppers:

1. If you see something you like, snatch it right then and there, because Marshalls merchandise rotates on a weekly basis. Essentially, if you snooze, you lose.

2. Purple tags indicate that you're looking at products by elite designer brands.

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