Breeders’ Cup Travel Tips: Best Places to Shop
Breeders’ Cup Travel Tips: Best Places to Shop– While you are staying in Lexington, Kentucky, for the 2015 Breeders’ Cup, why not make a whole vacation out of it by doing a little bit of shopping at the best stores Lexington has to offer?
First on the Breeders’ Cup shopping list, if you are in the market for some equestrian gear, especially as you get inspired by the Breeders’ Cup, then try out Bob Mickler’s. This store was established in 1949, and it houses everything you need to be outfitted and equipped for any equestrian adventure. There are also other options like fine watches and casual clothing for the non-equine inclined.
For a typical mall experience, visit the Fayette Mall, which houses classic department stores like Macy’s and Dillard’s as well as other mainstream brands like Banana Republic and Ann Taylor.
If you are looking for some classic southern antiques, take a trip to the Thoroughbred Antique Gallery. The Thoroughbred Antique Gallery has everything you could want, from small little novelties to fine art to lavish furniture. It is definitely worth the browse.
For something truly unique to Lexington, try The Crushed Violet and Lafayette Galleries. The Crushed Violet sells unique fragrances and provides a full staff ready to help you navigate their large collection of exclusive scents. The Lafayette Galleries offers up plenty of little trinkets and treasures like fine jewelry and Heritage Irish Crystal.
Finally, if you need somewhere to go to find your race day look, then stop in at AJ’s Clothing where brands like Kate Spade and Trina Turk are sold along with plenty of hats and fascinators.
Any of these shopping experiences are sure to help make your 2015 Breeders’ Cup experience complete and will give you something that you can take home with you.