The Aspen Shopping Guide

From jaw-dropping jewels to beautiful western wear—and everything in between—it can all be found right here in Aspen. Thanks to fabulous customer service and stylish retail experts, our local boutiques offer an unmatched shopping experience. Read on for some of our favorite places to shop in town. We hope you’re able to visit them all in person, but if not, most are able to ship anywhere in the country. So get out there and shop small, and don’t forget to tell them The Scout Guide sent you!


Meridian Jewelers (525 East Cooper Avenue). Stop in to peruse the luxury timepieces and high-end jewelry at this locally owned gem. Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift or to treat yourself, the experienced staff are more than happy to help you pick out that ideal item.

Kemo Sabe (217 South Galena Street). From custom boots to Stetson Hats, Kemo Sabe is a can’t miss shopping experience for those on the hunt for luxury western wear.

Etc. (445 East Hopkins Avenue) Curated selection of exquisite jewelry, must-have Free City sweatpants, and fashionable women’s clothing and accessories, embodying the mountain town’s unique blend of luxury and casual style.

Midland Clothing (740 East Valley Road, Basalt) A diverse selection of mens, women’s, and children’s apparel designed to blend everyday comfort with timeless style conveniently located in Willits.

Heirlooms (144 Midland Avenue, Basalt) A charming assortment of women’s clothing and second-hand treasures, creating a nostalgic shopping experience with a touch of vintage elegance in Downtown Basalt.

Businesses in bold indicate they are The Scout Guide Aspen members.

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