Armoire is a boutique shop that specializes in men's and women's clothes alongside accessories for the home. It is somewhat of a one-stop shop because you can find a shirt, tie, wine rack, some utensils and anything else you might need for the kitchen or bath. The clothing styles vary from Southwest to more avant-garde and contemporary, it just depends on your style of course. Definitely a place to check out when you're downtown.
Justin Boots is just about as popular as that other brand synonymous with country-western wear, Stetson. Though Justin hasn't been around as long as that other venerable cowboy outfitter, these boots have garnered a rabid following not just for their cowboy boots, but also for their work boots. All of your favorite styles and designs can be found here at this outlet and prices are a bit more reasonable than the retail stores due to the fact that some of the boots may be irregular.
If you are looking for big box stores that have most of the items you need, then Las Palmas Marketplace is the place to go. It is the El Paso hub for stores like Cost Plus World Market, Kohl's, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Lowe's and several others. There is also a Cinemark theater with 20-screens, a few national chain restaurants and it's one of the most popular shopping destinations for people both in the Sun City as well as those over-the-border in Ciudad Juarez.
Over the last decade, the downtown El Paso area has undergone plenty of revitalization and will eventually be completely revamped under a plan which will see the private and public sector coming together. Even today, the area that surrounds the El Paso Museum of Art and the Canam Highway encloses tons of restaurants, entertainment options and other attractions.
Cielo Vista Mall is a shopping mall that carries many consumers' top brands. It's department stores include Aeropostale, Coach, Macy's and Banana Republic as well as the place to pick up all your Apple products. The Cinemark Theater Complex is here for entertainment and there are plenty of chain restaurants like Chick-Fil-A and Olive Garden.
Bassett Place is El Paso's giant mall, where visitors can find all of the big box stores like Target and Payless Shoe Source among many others. It is near the airport, about 20 minutes outside of the downtown area, but if you need something particular and enjoy the convenience of one-stop shopping, then Bassett Place is the spot. This is also where locals come to enjoy the massive IMAX theater with DBOX motion seats. Oftentimes, there are stores that host events for the community, such as wellness checks, promotions, etc.
TI:ME at Montecillo is a hip and trendy shopping mall that's gaining popularity among both locals and tourists visiting the city. The shopping center has a range of small clothing and accessory stores as well as a few designer boutiques. A fully functional restaurant, coffee shop, hookah bar, salons and a juice bar are all a part of this large shopping district. The place is very innovatively decorated with colorful artwork and paintings all around giving the place a very rustic charm.
Rocketbuster Boots is unlike anything else you will find in the city. This store has been in operation since the year 1989 and specializes in handmade custom boots, designed and crafted to order based on the requirements of each customer. These boots are made using the highest quality products and are sure to last for a really long time. Every boot is unique and due to its exclusivity, it is a bit pricey, but the goods are definitely worth the price.
For antique lovers and history buffs, Antique Mall of El Paso is a must visit. On their shelves is an eclectic collection of antiques sourced from around the world and include everything from artwork, books, clothing, accessories and household items. Every product on offer is carefully screened and tested for quality to ensure that it is top of the line. The store is clean and well maintained and the staff are extremely friendly and knowledgeable and ensure you always find what you're looking for.