One of the best features of vacationing in Palm Springs is the limitless opportunities for outstanding shopping. Shop for antiques or purchase the electronic gadget you’ve been looking for.
You can start your Palm Springs shopping adventure at the Antique Center. This large venue is home to thirty-seven retailers featuring art deco art. They also stock furnishings, pieces from the middle of the century and movie star memorabilia. These are a favorite of everyone.
And another superb place to hunt for treasures is Bram’s. You’ll just need a touch of patience to browse through the vast selection of items dating between 1890 and the 1930s. Among this large display, you’ll find hand made accessories.
Unique Coins is a dream for visitors who love the art of collecting. At this old time establishment one can find silver, china and jewelry as well as extremely rare coins and ancient currencies.
Shopping Centers and Outlet Malls
Locals and visitors alike enjoy spending the afternoon at the Amado Center. It’s the ideal spot to cool off during a hot summer’s day or shop for absolutely divine fashion. The center is home to known name brands like Penguin’s and PS Aloe People. You can also stop and get a relaxing facial, a manicure or a sublime massage.
And if you’re looking to save on haute couture you shouldn’t miss the Desert Hills Premium Outlets. They’re among the most visited for Palm Springs shopping. You won’t believe the line of fashion designers. Among them is Armani, Versace, Gucci and Coach to name but a few. Take a break and savor a delicious latte at one of the cafes. They’re the ideal for spotting celebrities who also enjoy a bargain.
Palm Springs shopping offers truly out of the ordinary stores. Among the preferred is Stone Crafters. They carry original products and accessories made from granite, marble, limestone and stone.
And speaking of other types of stones, if you want to treat yourself, don’t miss Betlac Jewelers. They have a beautiful stock of rare gemstones. Compliments will follow every time you wear one of their pieces.
Other jewelry stores for Palm Springs shopping include Leed’s & Son. They’re perhaps the oldest in the valley and among the most exclusive.
Tip: See the collection of time pieces. They’re among the authorized dealers for Rolex and Cartier. More recently they became dealers for Patek Phillippe.
And if you want to be kind to yourself in a way that it won’t cost you so much money, head out to the Chocolateria. The scent alone is pleasing to the senses. It’s truly a chocolate lover’s paradise. They stock national and international brands, home made truffles and clusters.
And when visiting this part of Southern California, you can’t bypass the Painted Canyon Collectibles. They offer unique Palm Springs shopping. You’ll have the chance to purchase handmade Zuni jewelry, pottery made by the Najavo Indians, wall hangings and ceramics. You can also buy candles scented with fragrances of the desert flora and textiles with southwest designs.