10 Best Places to Shop in Downtown Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas offers one of the most unique shopping experiences in the city, where you can find flashy fashion boutiques next to shops filled with antique treasures and stores featuring one-of-a-kind items from local makers. Whether you’re looking to treat yourself to a new outfit or find the perfect gift for the holidays, these Downtown Las Vegas shops got you covered.

1. 11th Street Records

Step up your vinyl collection at 11th Street Records. A music lover’s paradise, the store features everything from classics and rare gems to new releases from local artists. There’s also a recording studio in the back where bands like The Killers have cut records and held in-store performances. 1023 E. Fremont St.

2. Container Park

An outdoor mall composed of shipping containers, Container Park boasts a variety of bars, restaurants, activities, and boutiques like Third & Arrow, which offers stylish shirts, dresses, accessories and jewelry for women, and LAYOP Clothing, a lifestyle brand that encourages people to be themselves and “Live At Your Own Pace.” 707 E. Fremont St.

 

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3. Fergusons Downtown

An old motel converted into a bohemian chic retail complex, Fergusons Downtown encompasses an entire city block with shops like gender-neutral thrift store Neon Cactus Vintage, desert-themed boutique All For Our Country, and handcrafted bath and body shop Mike’s Recovery. There’s also The Gather House next to the main complex, which offers even more unique finds such as Tofu Tees, a socially conscious lifestyle brand run by a 13-year-old. 1028 E. Fremont St.

4. The Good Wolf

Carefully curated by its fashionable husband-and-wife owners, The Good Wolf Lifestyle Co. offers some of the best men’s and women’s apparel, accessories and home goods, boasting brands like Deus Ex Machina, RVCA, Rhythm and more. 1401 S. Commerce St.

 

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5. GRRRL Clothing

The flagship store for women empowerment athleisure brand, GRRRL carries a host of fitness apparel for all shapes. The shop also doubles as a community space for women. During its grand opening, owner and bodybuilder Kortney Olson set a Guinness World Record by crushing three watermelons with her thighs in 7.63 seconds. Keep that in mind if you’re considering shoplifting. 118 S. Main St.

6. Local Oasis

Cute and colorful, Local Oasis is filled with Vegas-themed treasures, from vintage Vegas Vic postcards to a Las Vegas alphabet poster, many of which are made by owner and artist Abbie Renzema herself. 220 E. Charleston Blvd.

 

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7. Nightmare Toys

A warehouse-sized homage to all things horror, Nightmare Toys is lined with shelves of collectibles, masks, movies and costumes and more year-round. Find products from classics like “Child’s Play” and “Friday the 13th” to newer films like Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” and “Us.” 1309 S. Commerce St.

8. Recycled Propaganda

The HQ for prolific sociopolitical street artist Izaac Zevalking, aka Recycled Propaganda, the eponymous store sells his provocative prints and apparel in the front, with an art gallery in the back. 114 S. Main St., Suite 120

9. Rockin’ Bettie

It doesn’t get more retro than Rockin’ Bettie. The boutique sells 1950s-era pin-up, rockabilly and vintage looks for men and women alike — perfect for a stylish night out or events like the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend festival. 1302 S. 3rd St.

10. Writer’s Block

One of the few independent bookstores left, The Writer’s Block is a literary haven. In addition to its cavernous collection of books, Writer’s Block also offers unique gifts and features a coffee shop, with an adjacent event space for community and kids’ events, readings from visiting authors and more. 519 S. 6th St.

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