Stateline Fashion Outlets
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- Stateline Fashion OutletsMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 1First to ReviewJun 29, 2013
Fashion Outlet is a must stop outlet mall. Located at state line on the edge of California and Nevada. I recommend stopping by this destination when leaving Vegas, because you don't want to shop till you drop and eat McDonald's all day. If you shop last, you can celebrate your Vegas winnings or make yourself feel better after your loses. Either way, you won't go home empty handed.
Fashion was always the perfect outlet I could not think of any other one better. Unfortunately, times have changed and some stores like Timberland were shut down. It is very important to have male apparel so it isn't just a wife/gf paradise. Also, I think Coach is gone. Which is like a bird feeder for Coach bags and leather accessory fanatics. Correction! I check the website I guess Coach is still there... maybe it was under construction last time I was there. Compared to the last 7 years that I have gone here. This place is deserted and I can find parking very close.
I use to get $30-40 dollar Timberland sneakers and boots, when it was still around. I got my Banana Republic over coat normally around $150 for 60 dollars :). Once in a while you will find good discounts at Reebok on shoes and jerseys, but not as much at Nike. Kenneth Cole is another great store for dressy Men's clothing, but you kinda have to be lucky to find great deals there now. Don't forget about Nautica great place for sporty/ J Crew type looks at a reasonable price. Plus it's made by my hero David Chu, an Asian guy who designs upscale clothing for men. That would explain my buddies in Frisco and Nor cal sporting Nautica in high school (I'm guilty too). I recommend eating at the Ramen place randomly located in the outlet, not food court. Hands down not as good as Santouka Ramen, but you can still get your fix while in the desert and 400 miles from OC.
Highly recommended. Just does not meet the hype of earlier years, but you can still update your wardrobe without complete emptying your wallets. Just remember what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.