The holiday season is upon us. Whether you’re looking to make your significant other swoon, trying to find presents for the whole family, or treating yourself, Aspen is home to some of the best shopping in the world that will help you stuff your stockings in style.
Pitkin County Dry Goods
Aspen’s oldest clothing retailer is the perfect place to find clothes and accessories for that special someone. With high-end and designer brands as well as shoes, jewelry, and more, Pitkin County Dry Goods has what you need.
Kemo Sabe is the go-to spot to pick up Western-inspired clothes and accessories. If your list has hats, boots, belts, or buckles on it, look no further. Started in 1990, this family-owned shop scours the country to find the best in Western wear, and friendly store associates will make sure you leave with everything you need. Other great items include turquoise jewelry, saddles, Navajo blankets, and leatherbound journals.
Paris Underground combines a discerning eye and luxury taste, bringing unique home furnishings from around the globe into its Aspen showroom. From lighting and tables to chic decor, Paris Underground is the epitome of glamor—an ideal store for anyone with a penchant for interior design.
Time to upgrade your family’s winter wear? Look no further than Performance Ski. Home to Authier, owner Lee Keating’s own brand, Performance Ski is the premier boutique ski shop in Aspen. Come in for the designer clothes and incredible inventory, stay for the amazing atmosphere.
This lovely little boutique has been an Aspen staple since 1986, boasting brands like Azzedine Alaïa, Mary Katrantzou, and Giambattista Valli. Owned by local Mary Moyer, Nuages is full of trendy accessories like fedoras, clutches, and beautiful Loquet jewelry.