The first thing that comes to mind is the luxurious casino hotels that are well renowned in Las Vegas both for the gambling opportunities and for the spectacular shows.

This is the city of abundance both in luxury and opulence, everything in Las Vegas in larger than life, so it comes as no surprise that numerous shopping centers in Las Vegas are specifically tailored to the ultra-affluent.

The city houses an array of couture and designer labels including Prada, Chanel, and Yves Saint Laurent, the elite traveler will be spoilt for choice among the comfort and style of Las Vegas’ luxury retailers.

The city offers more than 500,000 square feet of luxury retail, dining and entertainment. The Crystals shopping center is a true marvel of design and shopping possibilities.

The venue attracts the world’s high-end couture labels and luxury brands such as Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Tom Ford.

Also offering a range of great restaurants including two concepts from Wolfgang Puck, Eva Longoria’s Beso Steakhouse, Mastro’s Ocean Club which make of Crystals Center for the ideal retail venue for the elite traveler who is looking for some exclusive experiences in Las Vegas.

Also a must during your Las Vegas vacay are The Forum shops at Caesars Palace which shops consist of more than 160 high-fashion stores! All in one place.

From Versace to Balenciaga, The Forum surrounds its outlets with unique fountains, dazzling statues and grand façades. The architecture of impressive spiral escalator gives visitors the perfect view of the center’s selection of high-end stores which exudes luxury at its finest.

Another must stop for the affluential visitor are the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian, which resemble a Venice street scene, complete with a canal that runs up the center of the shopping area. Grand Canal, shoppers can navigate on the romantic gondola rides, along with singing gondoliers just like in Venice – Italy.

The world’s premier luxury brands are here: Burberry, Diane von Furstenberg, Tory Burch and Michael Kors.

With so much to do, it can sometimes be hard to know what to pack, especially if you want to keep your luggage to a carry-on. Don’t worry. Whatever you don’t bring with you, you can find in any of these venues.

Las Vegas life goes on 24 hours a day, and most of the buildings have no windows, so you lose track of day and night! It’s an “anything goes” type of town, which means that some dress super casual while others prefer a more stylish look, especially inside the hotels and its indoors activities.

If you visit the city for its casino games there is one that is not found everywhere, but sure creates around it a lot of curiosity and smiles, we are talking about strip poker rooms.

Players get to enter such a game with the same amount of clothing pieces, at each round those who lost have to pay while departing with one such a piece.

This game generates a lot of curiosity and it can be a fun activity, very different from the usual gambling at the casino tables. So your clothing should at least be at its best.

Las Vegas is both a very luxurious and casual town, and unless you plan on hitting a nightclub or going out for a fancy dinner, casual clothes will do just fine, but for this particular poker game perhaps keeping it classy, not frumpy or trashy would be best.