If you want to look like an extremely stylish rich person without actually breaking the bank, look no further than Poor Little Rich Girl. The resale store has an extensive collection of gently used clothing, accessories, and shoes, as well as brand-new jewelry and home goods, like sassy tea towels and dream catchers, made by local artists. Poor Little Rich Girl is full of hidden treasures and a great place to find anything your wardrobe might need, whether you're looking for something vintage and cool or something classy and work-appropriate. Where else can you pick up a gold Michael Kors clutch for $36, or a bedazzled Kate Spade wallet for $28? Finding what you're looking for is made extremely easy given the store's excellent layout, with all clothes organized by color, size, and type (shirts, pants, dresses, etc.). You can also bring in your own things to sell at the store, and you can browse Poor Little Rich Girl's well-curated Instagram and reserve a piece online.

There's no competition when it comes to the quality and quantity of the rare, hotly sought-after streetwear available at Wang's Closet in Tempe. With a constant inflow of eccentric and rare designer items — from sneakers and belts, to duffels, T-shirts, and jackets — this shop is the stop whether you're an unwitting hypebeast or serious streetwear collector. The innards of its brick-and-mortar space are replete with shelves, racks, hooks, and hangers, all presenting items of pristine quality. The world of streetwear is synonymous with sneakers — of which Wang's has no shortage — but beyond the impressive shoe selection, there is also a stunning amount of vintage T-shirts, many from past tours of popular bands and rappers. At Wang's Closet, there are no knockoffs, no substitutions, and no questions about the legitimacy of its collection.

It is such a struggle for men to dress well in Phoenix. We're thousands of miles away from the nation's fashion epicenters, and the extreme summer heat discourages any kind of layering that's essential for a well-put-together fit. Well Suited, the male-focused affiliate of well-known consignment shop My Sister's Closet, is doing its best to help Valley guys get out of the fashion doldrums, providing access to well-kept designer duds at surprisingly decent prices. Brands like Rag & Bone, Hugo Boss, and Gucci make appearances in store and on the website, and the shop's resale policy makes it easy to get rid of the clothes sitting in your closet.

Between growth spurts and blowouts, young ones can go through clothes fast. Baby Bloomers Consignment Shop can ease the pain you feel when you take out your wallet to replace that T-shirt or onesie. If you're on a budget, this little shop in uptown Phoenix has a wide variety of fashions that will keep your kid looking cute. Be sure to dive into the bargain bin full of hidden treasures. But the inventory isn't limited to threads for your toddler. Are you missing some Legos or train tracks? Find them along with an assortment of toys, movies, cribs, and other equipment that will keep your spawn smiling.

Phoenix is a modern, urban city, so it's special when you can find small reminders of our Western heritage. One of those is Saba's Western Wear Store in downtown Chandler. There's been a Saba's in that area since 1927, when customers still rode up to the store on horses. Today, the store serves locals and tourists alike, selling everything from shirts and hats to belt buckles, bolo ties, and Arizona souvenirs. There's a huge selection of functional and fashion boots for men, women, and children. Saba's offers well-known brands like Wrangler, Frye, Minnetonka, and Stetson. We recommend you stop in to experience a remnant of the Old West.

Any sporting goods store can sell you a pair of shoes. If you want to lace up in something that will help you go the distance, this family-owned running store will size you up in footwear that's the perfect fit. The staff, many of them accomplished runners themselves, don't stop there. They unite the local running community with evening group runs and clinics throughout the year. If you're new to the sport and looking for a tribe to train with, the yearly fall training group will get you in shape for the 3TV Phoenix 10K/Half Marathon/5K in downtown Phoenix every November.

The Boulders Resort & Waldorf Astoria Spa

One of the best things about living in a tourist destination is that we've got our pick of world-class resort spas to patronize. The Spa at The Boulders is our go-to for the ultimate day of pampering and relaxation. Treatments include the Desert Rose Radiance, a body treatment that includes jojoba and desert rose exfoliation followed by a soothing aloe mask; and the anti-aging Vitamin C facial. The spa also offers a full range of beauty services such as manicures and pedicures, hair-color services, and eyelash tinting. And while you're there, we recommend you grab lunch at the Spa Cafe or walk the resort's famous labyrinth.

Costume shops should be places you want to visit all the time, not just when holidays or pop culture events roll around. That's just what happens at Mardi Gras, where aisles filled with costumes and accessories inspire you to find new ways to bring the costume love into your everyday existence. Whether your kid needs to dress up for a school project or you want to bring a little spice to your love life, Mardi Gras gives you plenty of choices. Theater geeks delight in the makeup offerings, but there's no reason you can't have a little fun with fake blood and mime foundation, too. Maybe you've missed some opportunities to bring more costumes into your life, but Mardi Gras will cheerfully help you set that right.

We feel cool just walking into Trill. The shop has a whole wall of spray paint in every possible color for the artistic types, but we're more interested in the great selection of stylish shirts plus chains, shoes, ballcaps, and other fashion accoutrements. A side room is dedicated to hip-hop memorabilia and new and used vinyl — we always find records to take home at reasonable prices. The store, which opened last year, has been in its new digs a little farther west on Indian School Road since May, and the new space is home to an Instagrammable boombox wall and a small stage perfect for performances.

Planning a camping trip requires more preparation than you might think. Whether you're preparing for a brief sojourn somewhere 45 minutes outside of town, or gearing up for a three-week expedition through one of Arizona's multiple national parks and monuments, if you are unprepared to any degree, the consequences could be dire. Arizona Hiking Shack has remained one of the Valley's best outlets, not only for hiking and camping equipment, but for an expert level of guidance from the knowledgeable staff. Beyond a huge selection of professional gear and essentials for your next camping adventure, Arizona Hiking Shack takes customer service to the next level with guided camping excursions and canyoneering courses that anyone can sign up for. It also has an absolute trove of Arizona-based trailing, camping, and climbing guidebooks that you will not find anywhere else.

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