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This is used for shops like Parker, Accessorize or something else.

Sorry for my poor English :(

asked 02 Jan '12, 14:27

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There seems to be no documentation about it on the wiki but there are 23 uses of shop=accessories and 60 uses of shop=bags . The later would be appropriate if this shop sells only bags.

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answered 02 Jan '12, 19:43

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You could use these two tags: shop=clothes, and clothes=accessories

I think of Accessorize as a type of clothes shop ... but I'm not a big follower of fashion! Likewise for shops that sell fashion handbags. And then I've used shop=bags for shops selling travel bags, suitcases, etc.

If you like looking at XML, you can find all the things tagged name=Accessorize (and see their other tags) using this XAPI query: http://open.mapquestapi.com/xapi/api/0.6/*[name=Accessorize]

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answered 03 Jan '12, 01:42

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