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Las Vegas -shop, shave?

i10casual

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I'm heading to Vegas for work this week and looking to get some after hours buying in.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm still into the work-wear look since my town is fully utilitarian with its dressing. The norm is sports jersey, jeans, big white tennis shoes. I'm over dressed even in the work-wear Americana look. Also my work/lifestyle lends itself more towards this type of clothing.

I've done some google searches but nothing interesting has shown up. I'm looking for shoes (alden maybe) and some shirts, sale priced outerwear. I also would mind a good old fashioned shave while I was there. Can anyone please point me to some nice spots? Thank you.
 

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You can get a shave at the Art of Shaving store. There's a lot of places to shop there, not so much sale priced though. But there's Saks, NM, Barneys, Tom Ford, Loro Piana, etc... I don't think anywhere will carry Alden
 

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The art of shaving sounds like a good place. I know I'll be going to the Tom Ford and the Paul Smith. I just wonder what might be hidden.
 

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Originally Posted by i10casual
The art of shaving sounds like a good place. I know I'll be going to the Tom Ford and the Paul Smith. I just wonder what might be hidden.

Not many "hidden gems" there. Ceaser's Forum and the the mall in the Venetian will be your best shot at finding something a little more unique I'd guess.
 

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Originally Posted by Imhoff
Crystals at City Center is quite an amazing place to shop. Paul Smith store is quite something. ANd Tom Ford store is what I hope the after-life looks like.

Man, Crystals might have some awesome stores but that mall absolutely sucks when it comes to aesthetics and overall feel. It does not make me want to spend my money at all, whereas I always leave Forum Shops with an empty wallet.
 

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The Saks at the fashion show is nice. They are having a sale there and usually at least when I've gone in January, the selection has been rather good. Barneys at Palazzo is also very nice. Call ahead at the art of shaving, when I tried to "drop in" one day they didn't have anyone doing shaves. They used o have a truefit & hill that did shaves and a penhaligons...too bad both ended up closing.
 

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Definitely recommend stopping by Art of Shaving. I had a shave there several years ago and really enjoyed the experience.
 

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