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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Katherine Everything a stylish girl needs for a trip to the big city: plush sweaters by White & Warren, low-slung jeans by Seven and Earl, sexy DVF dresses, collections from Marc Jacobs and Michael Kors, and chic shoes (but with good treads) by Espace and Sigerson Morrison. 55 E. Pearl St., Jackson; 307/734-6360.

Pure Skin Care & Cosmetics It may be tiny, but it rivals Barneys for its makeup, skin, hair, and body-care products. Stock up on goodies from Kiehl's, Bliss, Molton Brown, Bumble and Bumble, Phyto, and Terax, as well as Pure's own Citrus Body Scrub, a sweet-smelling, moisturizing buffer. 125 N. Cache St., Jackson; 307/734-5055.

Stone's Mercantile If you catch cowboy fever while you're in town, mosey over to Stone's to pick up authentic Western gear. Bypass the kitschy belt buckles in the front and head to the back for the store's vast stock of cowboy boots in leather and ostrich. 50 W. Broadway, Jackson; 307/733-3392.

Teton Village Sports If you don't come armed with your own hardware, TVS is the best choice for renting or buying ski and snowboard equipment. It carries top brands (including Rossignol and Volkl) and has a dizzying selection of skis—from super-fat powder boards to the latest parabolic demos. It also carries warm, mountain-appropriate clothing from Bogner, Cloudveil, and the North Face. At the Crystal Springs Inn, Teton Village; 307/733-2181.

Skinny Skis The friendly staff is made up of avid Nordic skiers, so in addition to helping you choose cross-country or skate skis, they'll happily tell you about the best trails for trying out your new gear. 65 W. Deloney Ave., Jackson; 307/733-6094.

Teton Mountaineering This shop is stuffed to busting with outdoor clothing, skis, backpacks, and climbing gear from labels such as Marmot, Patagonia, Mountain Hardwear, and ArcTeryx. 170 N. Cache St., Jackson; 307/733-3595.

Wilson Backcountry Sports Backcountry skiers can make one stop here before heading to the hills. The small shop has a surprisingly wide range of alpine touring boots and skis, as well as shovels, probes, and avalanche beacons. Wilson can even pair you up with a guide. 1230 Ida Dr., Wilson; 307/733-5228.

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