ASPEN: Shopping – Home Furnishings

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Dec 102010
 

Top PickCathers Home (Basalt)

Cathers Home is the Roaring Fork Valley’s premier full service interior design firm, home furnishings retailer and rug gallery.  With a warehouse full of off-price and irregular furniture, shopping here is definitely a “must-do.”  We do!

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Amen Wardy

Amen Wardy has relocated (fall 2010) right across the street from the Silver Queen gondola to a newer and  brighter space.  With an emphasis on tabletop, each piece is hand-picked by Amen for its beauty and uniqueness.  Definitely a local favorite, especially when it comes to gift giving. 

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James Perse

Self-dubbed as “low maintenance high end fashion,” James Perse sells fashions and furniture.  Fairly new to the valley (summer 2010), James Perse is now the chic and trendy store in town.

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Little Bear Antiques (Carbondale)

Colorado’s most closely guarded secret, Little Bear Antiques is really a down-valley treasure.  They’ve achieved their goal of maintaining the highest quality antique line on the Western Slope.  Hat’s off!

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Roaring Fork Furniture (Glenwood Springs)

Located down valley, Roaring Fork Furniture has one of the widest selections of furniture in the area.  From sofas to accents to mattresses to rugs to outdoor furniture, this place has it all.

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ASPEN: Shopping – Men’s

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Dec 102010
 

Top PickPitkin County Dry Goods

A staple in town, Pitkin County Dry Goods opened on 4th of July 1969.  Be sure to check out their shearling and leather jackets for those cold, snowy nights in Aspen. For men, they offer tailored clothing, sportswear, denim, shoes and accessories.  Be sure to check out their men’s shearling and leather jackets for those cold, snowy nights in Aspen.

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Manrico Cashmere

Who doesn’t love cashmere?  Visit this new store if you crave the ultimate in luxury apparel: a timeless piece of cashmere.   Made in Italy — ooh la la.

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Gorsuch Limited

Starting in 1960, Olympians Renie and David Gorsuch fell in love, got married, had a family and started selling clothes out of their station wagon.  Flash forward: they now have five successful stores filled with finest in apparel.  The creme de la creme in town, Gorsuch is your place if you want impeccable style and uncompromising quality.  Pricey, though.

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Kemo Sabe

Get your western on at Kemo Sabe.  Cowboy hats, cowboy boots, belt buckles and much much more.  Perfect for your life in the city or your time in the Rockies, Kemo Sabe’s got you covered.  Stop on by and shop a bit.

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Stefan Kaelin

Two-time founded this retail store back in the 70’s ~ a long time staple in the Aspen community.  Regarded as the leading ski specialty store in the area, they offer skiwear, golfwear, and sportswear — lots of fun bold colors and patterns (as well as ski equipment and rentals).

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ASPEN: Shopping – Sports

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Dec 102010
 

Top PickHamilton Sports

Voted “Aspen’s Favorite Ski Shop” by The Aspen Times Readers in 2010, Hamilton Sports has some of the finest skiwear and equipment in the world (both rentals and retail).  In business for over 14 years now, Hamilton Sports is a skier’s ski shop…run by “real skiers, for real skiers.”  Located across from the Gondola Plaza (next to Surefoot and Ink! Coffee), Hamilton Sports is a great place to get your skis tuned up too, so check ’em out.

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Ute Mountaineer

Ute Mountaineer just moved locations (late 2010) to the Elks building on Galena Street.  This is the place to go if you’re a hard-core sports enthusiast who needs some product expertise.  They’ll hook you up with the right gear for your back country, hiking, camping, rock climbing, mountaineering, telemarking….expeditions.  If they’re not in the store selling, the sales people are most definitely outside using what they sell.

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Stefan Kaelin

Two-time founded this retail store back in the 70’s ~ a long time staple in the Aspen community.  Regarded as the leading ski specialty store in the area, they offer skiwear, golfwear, and sportswear — lots of fun bold colors and patterns (as well as ski equipment and rentals).

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Aspen Sports

With 11 stores in the area, Aspen Sports not only offers convenience, but it also has the widest selection of gear and clothes.  From rentals and guidance for a first snow-sports experience, to gear and advice for experts, they’ve got you covered.

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Four Mountain Sports

This is your typical mountain ski shop — you know, the place you go when you lose a glove on the lift while skiing or need some goggles because it’s snowing.  It’s the only rental shop that offers FREE ski and snowboard overnight storage (a huge advantage) and transfer to any of the four mountains.  That alone makes Four Mountain Sports tops in our mind.

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Gorsuch Limited

Starting in 1960, Olympians Renie and David Gorsuch fell in love, got married, had a family and started selling clothes out of their station wagon.  Flash forward: they now have five successful stores filled with finest in apparel.  The creme de la creme in town, Gorsuch is your place if you want impeccable style and uncompromising quality.  Pricey, though.

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ASPEN: Shopping – Women’s

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Dec 062010
 

Top PickB’Jewel Aspen

“Aspen’s Chic Boutique” has designer fashions (and jewelry) that are well worth the expense.  The owner, Mary Catherine, and her employees are long time locals who make shopping for the right outfit fun and personable.  They just moved to a newly renovated location on Cooper Street (late 2010).  Put B’Jewel on your must-do shopping list!

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Distractions

Distractions is known for their casually elegant clothing, Heidi (owner) just merged Distractions with their sister store “Imelda’s” to offer the ultimate “head-to-toe” shopping experience.  Her goal is to offer the personal touch locals and visitors desire amidst all the well-known national chains (Gucci, Fendi, Chanel…) now in Aspen.

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Manrico Cashmere

Who doesn’t love cashmere?  Visit this new store if you crave the ultimate in luxury apparel: a timeless piece of cashmere.   Made in Italy — ooh la la.

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Sugar Sweet Clothing

Aimee owns this women’s store in Aspen (there’s another one in Glenwood Springs).  Cute, fun, affordable fashions.  Flirty dresses, bags, belts, leggings, hats, shoes…you name it, they got it.  Sugar Sweet sure is sweet!

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Pitkin County Dry Goods

A staple in town, Pitkin County Dry Goods opened on 4th of July 1969.  Be sure to check out their shearling and leather jackets for those cold, snowy nights in Aspen. For men, they offer tailored clothing, sportswear, denim, shoes and accessories.  Be sure to check out their men’s shearling and leather jackets for those cold, snowy nights in Aspen.

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Gorsuch Limited

Starting in 1960, Olympians Renie and David Gorsuch fell in love, got married, had a family and started selling clothes out of their station wagon.  Flash forward: they now have five successful stores filled with finest in apparel.  The creme de la creme in town, Gorsuch is your place if you want impeccable style and uncompromising quality.  Pricey, though.

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Quicksilver

On the Hyman Avenue Mall, Quicksilver (surf and skate giant) fits right in with Aspen’s highly fashionable, and highly athletic, crowds. They carry all the latest fashions and accessories for skaters and boarders.

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Kali’s Denim

Located on E. Cooper, Kali’s Denim has some really cool, hip clothes for the Aspen shopper.  As the name suggests, they offer a great selection of denim, but they don’t stop there.  You’ll find lots of good-looking and fashion forward tops to go with those jeans!  Bonus?  They share a space with Kathryn Penn Designs, so you can find the perfect piece of jewelry to complete your outfit.

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Stefan Kaelin

Two-time founded this retail store back in the 70’s ~ a long time staple in the Aspen community.  Regarded as the leading ski specialty store in the area, they offer skiwear, golfwear, and sportswear — lots of fun bold colors and patterns (as well as ski equipment and rentals).

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