Aspen Shopping Guide

Boogies

It's safe to say that this is probably the world's only combination diner/denim store. The ground level houses jeans by labels like People for Peace and 1921, while upstairs, shoppers enjoy burgers and jukebox tunes.
534 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-6111, boogiesaspen.com

Products: Denim, Lingerie/Loungewear, Shoes
Type of Store: Boutique

Christopher & Co.

Proprietor Steve Woodruff has amassed the world's largest collection of vintage ski posters—our favorites depict rosy-cheeked couples gliding down slopes at grand European resorts. Their bold, graphic imagery might just compel you to become an instant collector. 105 Edwards Village Blvd., Edwards, 970-926-8191, christopherco.com

Products: Decorative/Lighting, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique

Cos Bar

This posh apothecary has branched out to other U.S. resort towns, but its original Aspen shop, full of products from sought-after brands such as Kanebo and Prada, is still the best.
309 S. Galena St., 970-925-6249; plus stores in Vail and Edwards, cosbar.com

Products: Bags, Jewelry, Beauty
Type of Store: Boutique

Distractions

Heidi Semrau's customer is the kind of woman who can't get enough Tory by TRB tunics and Zac Posen dresses, but would equally embrace a reworked vintage Nike track jacket or scribble-design Rogan tee.
465 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-544-9946

Products: Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique

Gorsuch

Limited Luxe Tyrolean blazers, wall sconces mounted on antique snowshoes, and cowhide-upholstered wing chairs are just a sampling of what this retailer specializes in: over-the-top Black Forest chic.
263 E. Gore Creek Dr., Vail, 970-949-6898; plus stores in Aspen and Beaver Creek, gorsuchltd.com

Products: Denim, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique

Imelda's

Dressed-up shoes by fancy European labels—Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, Bottega Veneta—dominate at this shop from the owner of Distractions.
228 S. Mill St., 970-544-9333, imeldasaspen.com

Products: Shoes
Type of Store: Boutique

Lacy's

Once dedicated to lingerie, this chandelier-strewn boutique has added to its racks colorful, trendproof clothing like Christopher Fischer striped cashmere pullovers and James Perse cotton tees.
275 Main St., Edwards, 970-926-8240

Products: Lingerie/Loungewear
Type of Store: Boutique

Max

A successful spinoff of its chic Denver sister store, this minimalist Max offers the latest from names like Dries Van Noten and Missoni.
609 E. Cooper Ave., 970-544-3445, maxfashion.com

Products: Denim, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique

Mountain Lovers

What we unearthed at this great designer resale spot: a black Chanel blouse for $110, a flapper-like Chloe dress for $150, and a never-used Celine bag for a way-below-retail $200.
82 E. Beaver Creek Blvd., Avon, 970-949-7991

Products: Bags, Women's Clothing
Type of Store: Consignment/Resale

Pitkin County Dry Goods

Since 1969, Pitkin has been known as the go-to spot in Aspen for laid-back apres-ski essentials: jeans, cashmere sweaters, shearling jackets—and, during the winter, homemade fudge to snack on while you shop.
520 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-1681

Products: Denim
Type of Store: Boutique
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