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13 Stellar Locations to Buy Shoes in Las Vegas

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Nicholas Kirkwood
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It's time to update our annual shoe shopping guide, where we recommend the best places to dress up your feet. Here find high-end names such as Manolo Blahnik and Christian Louboutin, and more affordable choices including Vince Camuto and Chinese Laundry. We left off where to get sneakers (despite their major fashion moment), but you can shop for those on this list. One more note: Most of these stores focus on women's footwear, though some location also carry men's products. Check out our map of 13 stores below. Thoughts? Suggestions? Leave them in the comments section.


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Chinese Laundry

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Kristin Cavallari designs an entire line of shoes for this brand at the Miracle Mile Shops.

Christian Louboutin

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Lipstick red soles tip you off to these sexy shoes. Christian Louboutin added the lacquer to the soles when he felt they needed more pizzazz. He grabbed a bottle of red nail polish and a signature style was born. He single-handedly brought the stiletto back into fashion in the ’90s, so you can blame him for the 5-inch standard he set. Again, large department stores from Barneys New York to Neiman Marcus carry the line, but at this boutique tucked away in the Grand Canal Shoppes you’ll find the entire collection instead of an edited version. You can also find Louboutins at the Forum Shops at Caesars.

Donald J Pliner

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The Donald J Pliner collections offer men's and women's footwear, hosiery, handbags, eyewear, belts and leatherwear products made of luxurious materials that smoothly bend style and comfort.

Giuseppe Zanotti Design

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Giuseppe Zanotti simply takes one's breath away with his exciting designs which come alive when placed on a foot. Dreamy shoes for women who love to be women.

Jimmy Choo

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Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon said she wanted the boutique at the Shops at Crystals "to feel as though you are walking into a lady's dressing room, a woman's boudoir with all its feminine, luxurious and intimate surroundings."

La Scarpa

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With a padded leather ceiling La Scarpa at the Bellagio is tucked away in the poolside section. But don’t dismiss its location. This store carries a wide range of American and European designers such as Christian Dior, Cocobelle, Cole Haan, D&G, DVF, Kors, L.A.M.B, Rock & Republic, Stuart Weitzman, Twelfth Street and Via Spiga. There’s nothing understated about this boutique. Across the way you can find Capri to help you put together a complete look.

Manolo Blahnik

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“You can take my Fendi baguette, you can take my ring and my watch, but don’t take my Manolo Blahniks," Carrie Bradshaw famously said to her mugger. These shoes are more like works of art than shoes you would wear. But wear them anyway.

Nicholas Kirkwood

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The merchandise includes Kirkwood's seasonal collections of architectural heels with laser-cut details, as well as the brand's frequent collaborations. Sure, they cost in the four-digit range, but they're worth it.

Sergio Rossi

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Sergio Rossi is an Italian women’s footwear specialist company that also produces a limited range of, handbags and other accessories. The brand is renowned for its craftsmanship and feminine designs.

Shoe In

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Throw on your favorite heels and get to Shoe In at Wynn Las Vegas for a hefty collection of designer shoes. Look for staples Christian Louboutin and Giuseppe Zanotti, but be sure to check out sultry selections from Lanvin, Valentino and Sergio Rossi. Even pieces like Nina Ricci runway shoes and selections from Brian Atwood and Henry Beguelin make the cut. Shoe In is conveniently located next to Outfit, so you don’t have to go far to find the complete designer outfit.

Stuart Weitzman

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Looking for an elegant pair of heels that won't break the bank (though it'll likely put a sizable dent in it)? Check out the Nudist heel, a $398 dollar shoe that can carry you from the office to happy hour to the after-party. After all, they're Kate Moss-approved.

UGG Australia

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UGG may have become known for their sheepskin boots, but now branch out to more looks for men, women and kids.

Vince Camuto

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Vince Camuto shoes are on-trend designs come at affordable prices, and they're structured to last for at least a few seasons.

Chinese Laundry

Kristin Cavallari designs an entire line of shoes for this brand at the Miracle Mile Shops.

Christian Louboutin

Lipstick red soles tip you off to these sexy shoes. Christian Louboutin added the lacquer to the soles when he felt they needed more pizzazz. He grabbed a bottle of red nail polish and a signature style was born. He single-handedly brought the stiletto back into fashion in the ’90s, so you can blame him for the 5-inch standard he set. Again, large department stores from Barneys New York to Neiman Marcus carry the line, but at this boutique tucked away in the Grand Canal Shoppes you’ll find the entire collection instead of an edited version. You can also find Louboutins at the Forum Shops at Caesars.

Donald J Pliner

The Donald J Pliner collections offer men's and women's footwear, hosiery, handbags, eyewear, belts and leatherwear products made of luxurious materials that smoothly bend style and comfort.

Giuseppe Zanotti Design

Giuseppe Zanotti simply takes one's breath away with his exciting designs which come alive when placed on a foot. Dreamy shoes for women who love to be women.

Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon said she wanted the boutique at the Shops at Crystals "to feel as though you are walking into a lady's dressing room, a woman's boudoir with all its feminine, luxurious and intimate surroundings."

La Scarpa

With a padded leather ceiling La Scarpa at the Bellagio is tucked away in the poolside section. But don’t dismiss its location. This store carries a wide range of American and European designers such as Christian Dior, Cocobelle, Cole Haan, D&G, DVF, Kors, L.A.M.B, Rock & Republic, Stuart Weitzman, Twelfth Street and Via Spiga. There’s nothing understated about this boutique. Across the way you can find Capri to help you put together a complete look.

Manolo Blahnik

“You can take my Fendi baguette, you can take my ring and my watch, but don’t take my Manolo Blahniks," Carrie Bradshaw famously said to her mugger. These shoes are more like works of art than shoes you would wear. But wear them anyway.

Nicholas Kirkwood

The merchandise includes Kirkwood's seasonal collections of architectural heels with laser-cut details, as well as the brand's frequent collaborations. Sure, they cost in the four-digit range, but they're worth it.

Sergio Rossi

Sergio Rossi is an Italian women’s footwear specialist company that also produces a limited range of, handbags and other accessories. The brand is renowned for its craftsmanship and feminine designs.

Shoe In

Throw on your favorite heels and get to Shoe In at Wynn Las Vegas for a hefty collection of designer shoes. Look for staples Christian Louboutin and Giuseppe Zanotti, but be sure to check out sultry selections from Lanvin, Valentino and Sergio Rossi. Even pieces like Nina Ricci runway shoes and selections from Brian Atwood and Henry Beguelin make the cut. Shoe In is conveniently located next to Outfit, so you don’t have to go far to find the complete designer outfit.

Stuart Weitzman

Looking for an elegant pair of heels that won't break the bank (though it'll likely put a sizable dent in it)? Check out the Nudist heel, a $398 dollar shoe that can carry you from the office to happy hour to the after-party. After all, they're Kate Moss-approved.

UGG Australia

UGG may have become known for their sheepskin boots, but now branch out to more looks for men, women and kids.

Vince Camuto

Vince Camuto shoes are on-trend designs come at affordable prices, and they're structured to last for at least a few seasons.