Whether you are a fashionista, an art lover or a sports enthusiast, Park City is ready to offer an amazing shopping experience. Park City has an exciting array of shops ready to meet your every need. Boutiques, specialty stores and art galleries are easily accessible to help you find that perfect piece for your home, wardrobe or outdoor adventure.
Joli – Park City’s hippest new women’s clothing store is opening in June at the Redstone Shopping Center. Owner Katherine Quinlan aims to create a “girls clubhouse feel” where customers and friends will pop in for an espresso, shopping or just hanging out. Great labels, relaxed and friendly atmosphere — all at Joli!
Cade & Co’s retail store and studios were created by local mom Naomi Doyle. Named for her two sons, Cade & Co offers Doyle’s designs of high-quality and practical children’s shoes. Located at 126 Heber Avenue, the store is expanding its production to include leather goods, valet trays and jewelry.
Located in the Galleria Mall on Main Street, DiJore features “Imported, custom, handcrafted boots and accessories.” Owners Marcyne and Mary love being on Main Street and “meeting people from all over the world.” The one- of-a-kind custom-fit boots lining DiJore’s windows are colorful, vivid and bright, like wildflowers.
Double Diamond Shoes brings fashion to footwear. As an Ugg- concept store, Double Diamond features Ugg loungewear, bags, boots and shoes. For locals and tourists, this shop is more like a city shoe store than a resort retailer. Featuring products for men and women, Double Diamond is open
The new Gorsuch store is fashionable, classic and homey. “Gorsuch is a lifestyle,” explains Karen, store associate. From puffy coats to bikinis and furs to linen, Gorsuch is chic and ready for all seasons. With housewares, books and high-tech recreational wear, look cool in Gorsuch design all year.
Long-time local Laura Montecot- Fruth opened Grace Clothiers on lower Main Street in December. Renowned as a retailer who cares about her clients and wants them to look and feel their best, Montecot-Fruth prides herself on having a boutique with a “different vibe that is modern, easy, comfortable and classy.”
Filled with technical clothes for running, yoga and working out, Lululemon celebrates fitness. Manager Glee notes, “We cater to our locals with yoga classes and products.” Featuring items for men and women, Lululemon is one-stop shopping. Compression tights, tops, jackets and skirts seamlessly move from the gym to dinner.
Ponchos, leather and jeans — oh my! Robin’s Jeans’ fifth flagship store is Park City’s one-stop shop for jeans. With traditional and trendy styles in multiple colors, this Main Street store has a great selection of sizes and fabrics. A helpful (and candid!) sales team ensures its customers go home happy.
Sock City, near the top of Main Street, is a local favorite for teenagers. Ninth grader Amelia explains, “There’s literally a pair of socks for everyone.” With bright colored socks for teams, pets and superheroes in all sizes, Amelia is right; there is a perfect pair for everyone.
Nestled into the Snow Creek Plaza is Natural Instincts. Owner Jo Ann Howa’s showroom opened in February. Natural Instincts is filled with unique furniture and accessories. Howa designs her own line of goods with special finishes and tops. “If you’re looking for one- of-a-kind pieces, come see me,” says Howa.
New at Canyons, SmartWool offers extraordinarily comfortable socks and versatile apparel for all indoor and outdoor activities. Open year round, SmartWool features technical clothing for hiking and biking. Layer up this summer with Merino clothing from ethically raised sheep at SmartWool.
Also new at Canyons is The North Face Store, specializing in fashionable and technical clothing systems. The summer stock includes jackets, fleece, hiking boots, trail- running shoes, hats and packs. With both casual and technical summer clothing, The North Face can keep you comfortable from the trails to summer concerts.
Owner Margaux Kelleher describes Wasatch & Wool as “a knitting community at 7,000 feet.” Located in Redstone at Kimball Junction, Wasatch & Wool specializes in high- quality yarns from around the world and knitting accessories. Kelleher says, “we offer a boutique experience coupled with workshops, classes and ‘knit-a-longs’ in the mountains.”
All About Socks opened its Park City Store in Redstone at Kimball Junction. Headquartered in Logan, Utah, All About Socks features a “Wild Habitat” assortment of novel bike socks, along with yoga clothes and bike jerseys. Manager Carol Brown notes, “Socks are popular today because it is an easy, not-too- expensive way to accessorize.”
Storm Cycles in Kimball Junction caters to new riders and hard-core racers. Typically, Storm offers a 24- hour turn-around on repairs along with over thirty years’ experience. This year the shop will feature more Fat Tire and Gravel bikes, perfect for Park City because they absorb rough roads.