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Twelve Places To Buy Boots This Fall in Las Vegas

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Shopping for fall boots can be a tricky situation in Las Vegas; after all, the city has few boutiques to call its own. But all is not dismal in the world.

Here's a look at 12 stores that make Las Vegas boot shopping a cinch. Look for the biggest variety from Nordstrom, while places such as Shoe In at Wynn Las Vegas and La Scarpa at the Bellagio offer up well-edited collections. Those who want the most aspirational choices out there can head to Nicholas Kirkwood, Manolo Blahnik or Fendi. Western stores also offer up chic selections while the most inexpensive spot on our list features prices starting at $15.80.


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Nicholas Kirkwood

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When architectural styles are what you crave, head to Nicholas Kirkwood at Encore Las Vegas. The shoe designer based in London uses materials such as devoré satin, hand-printed suede and leather, degradé fabrics, python, shaved stingray, laser-cut mirror leather, cobra and rubberized leather for his works of art.

Manolo Blahnik

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Only two Manolo Blahnik stand-alone stores find a home in the United States, and Vegas is lucky to have one. Here find the iconic brand made famous by Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City, including special editions not found in department stores.

Shoe In

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For the best selection of shoes outside a department store, head to Wynn Las Vegas’ Shoe In, a mecca for styles from Jimmy Choo, Giuseppe Zanotti, Charlotte Olympia, Christian Louboutin and more.

Nordstrom

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The venerable shoe department here serves up everything from high-end designers to the affordable. Find boots to fit nearly every size foot. Trending now? British designers such as Hunter, Shelly’s London, Kurt Geiger London and L.K. Bennett.

Pinto Ranch Fine Western Wear

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Find the fanciest Western boots here, from plain styles to rocked out versions with rhinestones. The exclusive collection her romanticizes Western fashion with a blend of contemporary Southwestern chic.

Fendi Shoe Salon

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The Forum Shops at Caesars is home to the first Fendi Shoe Salon, situated in the center of the mall. Look for zebra printed and mink fur trimmed booties in this collection.

Stuart Weitzman

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Stuart Weitzman at the Forum Shops at Caesars celebrates the 20 years of its legendary 5050 over-the-knee boot with Kate Moss. Look for biker chic and bootie styles in the Fall 2013 Collection.

UGG Australia

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Throw comfort together with sheepskin styles for UGG Australia. This flagship store at the Forum Shops at Caesars even carries riding boots and short flirty wedge versions in its massive collection.

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.

Jimmy Choo

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Three Jimmy Choo boutiques grace the Las Vegas Strip, but the store at Crystals features the architectural glamour of a 1940s boutique. Designer Tamara Mellon found inspiration in biker boots for fall.

Boot Barn

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Don’t be intimidated that Boot Barn sells Western wear. You can find chic equestrian and biker styles that actually work instead of imitating the real thing.

Heart & Sole

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Prices for boots at this shoe store from Patty’s Closet start at $15.80.

Nicholas Kirkwood

When architectural styles are what you crave, head to Nicholas Kirkwood at Encore Las Vegas. The shoe designer based in London uses materials such as devoré satin, hand-printed suede and leather, degradé fabrics, python, shaved stingray, laser-cut mirror leather, cobra and rubberized leather for his works of art.

Manolo Blahnik

Only two Manolo Blahnik stand-alone stores find a home in the United States, and Vegas is lucky to have one. Here find the iconic brand made famous by Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City, including special editions not found in department stores.

Shoe In

For the best selection of shoes outside a department store, head to Wynn Las Vegas’ Shoe In, a mecca for styles from Jimmy Choo, Giuseppe Zanotti, Charlotte Olympia, Christian Louboutin and more.

Nordstrom

The venerable shoe department here serves up everything from high-end designers to the affordable. Find boots to fit nearly every size foot. Trending now? British designers such as Hunter, Shelly’s London, Kurt Geiger London and L.K. Bennett.

Pinto Ranch Fine Western Wear

Find the fanciest Western boots here, from plain styles to rocked out versions with rhinestones. The exclusive collection her romanticizes Western fashion with a blend of contemporary Southwestern chic.

Fendi Shoe Salon

The Forum Shops at Caesars is home to the first Fendi Shoe Salon, situated in the center of the mall. Look for zebra printed and mink fur trimmed booties in this collection.

Stuart Weitzman

Stuart Weitzman at the Forum Shops at Caesars celebrates the 20 years of its legendary 5050 over-the-knee boot with Kate Moss. Look for biker chic and bootie styles in the Fall 2013 Collection.

UGG Australia

Throw comfort together with sheepskin styles for UGG Australia. This flagship store at the Forum Shops at Caesars even carries riding boots and short flirty wedge versions in its massive collection.

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.

Jimmy Choo

Three Jimmy Choo boutiques grace the Las Vegas Strip, but the store at Crystals features the architectural glamour of a 1940s boutique. Designer Tamara Mellon found inspiration in biker boots for fall.

Boot Barn

Don’t be intimidated that Boot Barn sells Western wear. You can find chic equestrian and biker styles that actually work instead of imitating the real thing.

Heart & Sole

Prices for boots at this shoe store from Patty’s Closet start at $15.80.