Neon-lit casinos and nightclubs, star-studded shows and fine dining as far as the eye can see—sorry New York, but Vegas is the city that never sleeps.
Las Vegas is famous for the light-covered strip, larger-than-life shows, and casinos galore so it’s the perfect trip for you to take all the fashion risks you’ve dreamed of but never had the guts to try.
Color, sparkle, glitter for Vegas outfits? You name it. The only thing is: dress for the heat.
The Raw Wild Sunset Ruffled Swimsuit
Agua by Agua Bendita
Lavanda Printed Cotton-Silk Pareo
2. Girls Night Out
Embroidered Cotton-Satin Mini Dress
Small Loulou Matelassé Sequin Shoulder Bag
3. Walking Shoes
4. Paint the Town With Sparkle
5. Casual Strolls
1. Hit the Dance Floor
1. Desert Romping
Pack a bikini, cut out swimsuits, and tankinis. It doesn’t matter the time of year, you’ll need one for the Vegas’s plethora of pools and spas.
Top 8 Must Have for Vegas Outfits
Elizabeth Silver, Enamel, and Crystal Earrings
Sequined Tulle Mini Skirt
Sequin Bucket Bag
Poppy Feather-Trim Top
2750 Cotu Classic Sneakers
Bow One-Shoulder One-Piece
Tahiti Frayed-Hem Denim Shorts
Agua by Agua Bendita
Palmarosa Magdalena-Print Cotton Crop Top
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The Perfect Day
Las Vegas has no shortage of transformative spas, many with spacious lounges and dozens of treatment rooms. At 134,000-square feet, Canyon Ranch Spa at the Venetian is one of the world’s largest, with plenty of room for your group to gather and experience the crystal steam room, Finnish sauna, and other unique amenities.
Next, sit down for brunch at Bouchon, Thomas Keller’s casual French bistro on the hotel’s 10th floor. Book a cabana at the pool for the afternoon, and feel transported to the Italian seaside with an Aperol Spritz.
In the early evening, walk through the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, featuring 160 specialty stores—including Gucci, Christian Louboutin, and Cartier—selling luxury clothing, shoes, jewelry, and more. Make a reservation at David Chang’s steakhouse Majordōmo Meat & Fish, where you find a dramatically-presented tomahawk ribeye alongside a full vegan menu, plus creative cocktails and sake. Save some energy for a nightcap set to a live DJ set at TAO Nightclub.
A classic Las Vegas tradition that will appeal to the whole family, start the day at an over-the-top buffet like the 25,000-square foot Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace.
Once everyone has had their fill of some 100 different options, head for the the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay for an up-close look at not only sharks, but giant rays, endangered green sea turtles, and other exotic sealife. For a little more one-on-one time, book a 45-minute program to learn about (and feed!) sea turtles, sharks, or stingrays.
Make for the Big Apple Coaster at New York-New York Hotel and Casino to zoom around with views of the Strip. Before dinner, take a stroll down Fremont Street, the lively pedestrian mall with street performers, acoustic music, and a zip line, then cut off to check out the Neon Museum with it’s glitzy displays of antique casino signs.
For dinner, venture off the Strip to try Honey Salt, a hometown favorite with plates like savory monkey bread, buttermilk fried chicken, and homemade Key Lime pie.
The Las Vegas Strip, the bustling stretch lined with glittering casinos, can actually be romantic, depending on where you look. Take a leisurely stroll past landmarks like the Grand Canal at the Venetian and the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. At the exact half scale of the original, you can buy a ticket to the viewing deck on the 46th floor for epic views of the city skyline.
In the evening, catch the choreographed fountain show set to music at the Bellagio before dining at Mizumi. At the modern Japanese restaurant inside the Wynn, tables overlook a koi pond and dramatic rock fountain. Finish the day with a show at Cirque du Soleil. The iconic circus acrobatic show has different performances in several resorts, including The Beatles LOVE at The Mirage Hotel and Casino.
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