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Gift Guide: 6 Vail Village shops to find luxury gifts for that special someone

People say that the December holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, and certainly that warrants a big celebration. After the stress that everyone’s experienced in 2020, it might be nice to go all-out on your gift-giving this year. Don’t those special friends, family members and significant others deserve it?

Here are six local shops that scream luxury and Vail Valley to visit when purchasing gifts this year.

Golden Bear



The Golden Bear jewelry is worn by visitors and locals alike.
Casey Russell

Golden Bear jewelry, and the iconic bear shape, are symbols of the Vail Valley for a reason. Go for the traditional gold necklaces or jewelry, or get something a little out-of-the-box with stone-embedded pendants, or with a cuff bracelet.

thegoldenbear.com



Eye Pieces of Vail

Eye Pieces of Vail has several locations in the village, as well as elsewhere in the valley.
Casey Russell

Eye Pieces of Vail, with locations in the village and in Edwards, has been known for curating a hand-picked selection of sunglasses, as well as goggles and other eyewear. In addition to unique frames from designers, the shop also carries well-recognized names like Dior and Oakley.

eyepiecesofvail.com

CosBar

CosBar is a one-stop-shop for the beauty guru in your life, with a location also in Edwards.
Casey Russell

Also with locations in Vail Village and Edwards, CosBar is a one-stop-shop for anything you could find in a bathroom. From skincare to makeup to haircare and men’s essentials, CosBar sells plenty of personal care products at a variety of pricepoints. Get luxury at an affordable price point with some stocking stuffers, or browse the full inventory.

cosbar.com

Gorsuch

Gorsuch and its Ski Cafe, pictured here, offer luxury mountain apparel and ski demos or rentals.
Casey Russell

Gorsuch has been curating quality mountain-friendly clothing — think riding boots, shearling jackets and cashmere sweaters — to the Vail Valley for years. After shopping in Vail, stop in the Gorsuch Ski Café at the top of Bridge Street by Gondola One to check out some rental or demo skis. Check out the store at Beaver Creek as well.

gorsuch.com

Squash Blossom

Squash Blossom is one of Vail's oldest retailers, maintaining its spot in the village for decades.
Casey Russell

Another mainstay jeweler in the Vail Village, Squash Blossom’s specialty is Native American-style jewelry, designer jewelry and engagement rings. For those looking to pop the question soon, perhaps get your special someone a forever-reminder of Vail’s culture and natural beauty.

squashblossomvail.com

Kemo Sabe

Kemo Sabe's two other locations are in Aspen and Las Vegas.
Casey Russell

For the person who loves the Old West, checking out Kemo Sabe is your best bet. The store, located on Bridge Street, takes all the best parts of cowboy and cowgirl attire, and puts it through a 21st century style time machine. The result is an upscale take on the looks that define America.

kemosabe.com


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