The Best Shopping in Aspen

by Natasha Wolff | September 16, 2014 7:35 am

Amen Wardy
520 East Durant Avenue[1]
The perfect place for gifts, this shop stocks everything from candles to napkin rings. Your friends and family back at home will love the local snacks and jarred foods.

Brunello Cucinelli

508 East Cooper Avenue[2]

This lodge-like store offers an array of incredibly soft cashmere, knitwear and shearling outerwear. The cozy clothes and accessories manage to be effortlessly comfortable and chic.

465 East Hopkins Avenue[3]
Aspen-appropriate designer clothes, jewelry and accessories make this store a one-stop shop. Pop in to look at shoes and leave with an entire outfit (or five) in your shopping bag.

465 East Hopkins Avenue[4]
No need to show up on the slopes fully outfitted for a ski session—just stock up at Gorsuch. The store houses everything from parkas to helmets for both men and women.

601 East Cooper Avenue[5]
Shop for ready-to-wear clothes and accessories at this small but mighty Aspen boutique. Its selection of Alaia and Roland Mouret is perfect for evenings out on the town.

Pitkin County Dry Goods
520 East Cooper Avenue[6]
This family-owned business stocks leather goods, clothing and accessories from cowboy boots to cashmere. The offerings are a solid mix of mountain essentials and city favorites.

The Cos Bar
309 South Galena Street[7]
Aspen’s local answer to a beauty store staple like Sephora, this shop has everything from high-end skincare and makeup to men’s cologne. If you’re looking to add to your own scent collection, the selection of Tom Ford makeup and Sisley skincare is top notch.


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