Melinda’s Fantastic Shopping Voyage

Vegas Seven style editor Melinda Sheckells, with her Pomeranian Dior in tow, goes on an around-the-city adventure in search of winter’s must-have items.

Illustration by Ryan O’Rourke

Illustration by Ryan O’Rourke

Eat Downtown

707 Carson St., 534-1515;
The Score: Chicken-fried steak with gravy, the best in the city, $11.

Electric Lemonade

220 E. Charleston Blvd., 776-7766;
The Score: Emerald City gown, $138.

One Man’s Trash

1300 S. Main St., Suite 140, 778-7988;
The Score: Vintage mid-century yellow and white
ceramic table lamp, $100.

H&M at The Forum Shops at Caesars

The Score: Martin Margiela coat, $349.

Kidrobot at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Score: Chris Ryniak Apocalypse Dunny, $10.

Neiman Marcus Café in Fashion Show

The Score: A Delicious Popover, free.

Marni in Crystals at CityCenter

The Score: Marni resin necklace, $480.

Suite 160 in the Shoppes at Mandalay Place

The Score: Maharishi X G-Shock, $185.

Sanrio at Town Square

6659 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 270-0161;
The Score: Tokidoki X Hello Kitty travel pillow, $24.

Amari Boutique

10271 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 114, Henderson, 476-3900;
The Score: Huntnomore bodysuit, $92, and Minkpink faux leather skirt, $79.

R+D Hipster Emporium in Boca Park

740 S. Rampart Blvd., Suite 11, 750-0550;
The Score: Jen’s Pirate Booty cuff, $30.

Artifact in The Market LV at Tivoli Village

420 S. Rampart Blvd., Suite 150, 570-7400;;
The Score: Acoustic iPad/iPhone speaker dock with a vintage antique gramophone phonograph horn, $799.

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