Vegas is much more than bright lights, dance clubs and cirque de soleil, it also has amazing antique shopping! We spent all Sunday afternoon drooling over gorgeous antiques that just were way too big or delicate to put in our suitcases.
We started out hunt at the Charelston Antique Mall, which is truly the best Antique shop I have been to. We spent at least an hour in there looking for treasures to bring home. I snapped some photos of the amazing antiques so you could get an idea of just how great of a place it is.
We then headed down to Antique Alley, and even though most of the stores were closed ( as they are on Sundays and Mondays), we still found a handful that were open.
Retro Vegas was just stunning- the antiques in there were to die for and all we could do was look; they were big and expensive.
Isn’t this kitchen to die for!!
The furniture at Retro Vegas was stunning- it was a retro lovers paradise!
We then made our way down the rest of the street and popped into which ever antique shops were open and found a few things to take home. Our final stop was Sin City Pickers, which had a flea market feel to it, but was still quite good. I found a vintage Diane Von Furstenberg blouse for $15.
If you are an antique lover like me, make sure to hit up Charleston Antique Mall and Antique Alley next time you are in Vegas- its something super fun to do off the strip and it will literally take you the whole day, so get an early start!