Guide to Shopping for Your Halloween Costume in Vegas

Once you’ve experienced the energy and joy of a Las Vegas New Year’s or the relaxing vibes of Memorial Day weekend, you’ll never again want to celebrate another holiday anywhere else but Sin City. This month, Halloween provides the perfect excuse to dress up for this devilishly fun holiday.

If you’re staying at Club de Soleil over Halloween weekend, keep the following  stores in mind to help you find the perfect costume this year.


Located at 2350 S. Rainbow Blvd, Suite 1, this all-encompassing costume and accessory store has virtually anything you’d need to create a memorable and distinctive costume. From Superhero outfits to Star Wars-themed costumes, and all of the classics, Black Cat Costumes & Novelties truly has it all. And, it’s open year-round so you don’t have to worry about timing your visit!


This massive store is located at 9731 South Eastern Avenueright in Silverado Ranch. Home to more than 10,000 Halloween costumes and all necessary accessories, Halloween Express is the place to be, if you’re on the west side ofLas Vegas. They also carry a full assortment of decorations to help you throw a festive party or decorate your home.


If you’re looking for something a few steps up from your standard Halloween costume this year, consider paying a visit to Star Costume & Theatrical Supply located at3230 South Valley View Blvd., Suite 120 in centralLas Vegas. This store is open year-round and features an assortment of costumes from just about every genre imaginable. Stage-quality makeup, wigs, accessories, and more are available to help you create the ultimate Halloween costume.


In business in Las Vegassince 1978, American Costumes is centrally located at390 West Sahara Avenue and features a wide variety of costumes and accessories. And if you’re planning a party or event around Halloween, they can even provide additional services like specialized balloons and singing telegrams. ThisLas Vegas institution is worth a visit any time of the year!

Still haven’t planned out your costume? Not to worry! These stores will help spark your creativity and have you headed in the right direction, if you decide to do a little last-minute shopping for Halloween. No need to stress about it for weeks in advance; we have you covered.

What to Know About Las Vegas’ Premium Outlet Malls

Las Vegas is famous for its towering casinos, 24/7 gambling, and glittery shows. With its bright lights, the extravagant entertainment, and never-ending cocktails, Las Vegas is certainly a “grown-up” amusement park filled with exotic and diverse attractions. However, another obsession is burning bright in the desert – one that pulls visitors in from around the world.  Shopping!

Home of two expansive premium outlet malls, Las Vegas represents an exciting pilgrimage for shoppers of every age and style. Here’s what you need to know about Las Vegas’ Premium Outlet Malls to maximize your shopping adventure the next time you’re at Club de Soleil!

Bringing Fashion to the Desert

In 2003, mega retail trust Simon Property Group unveiled their 435,000 sq. ft. Premium Outlet Mall, which is now known as North Premium Outlets. A thriving success and iconic Las Vegas tourist and local favorite, the outlet was expanded to 540,000 sq. ft. in 2008 and was then fully remodeled in 2011. Adding convenience for shoppers, the Premium Outlet Mall now has two locations in Las Vegas – offering a diverse experience with numerous unique brands.

North Premium Outlets

Las Vegas Premium Outlets North is located in the hot and newly revitalized Downtown Las Vegas area. Just minutes off the famed Strip, the North Outlet is easily accessible from I-15, Exit 41B – Charleston Boulevard. Near the trendy and bustling Fremont Street Experience, this hugely popular shopping destination is easily accessible by taxi and public transit. An outdoor mall – the North Premium Outlets feature misters to help combat the Vegas summer heat. A newly added Cheesecake Factory adds a delicious food stop, amidst the 40 acres of retailers and shops.

Shop till you drop at the North Outlets, which features 175 outlet stores – ranging from high-end brands like Kate Spade and Michael Kors to popular retailers like Ann Taylor and Hot Topic. Enjoy the leisurely vibe and close proximity to downtown Las Vegas.

South Premium Outlets

A mere eight miles from the North Premium Outlets is the second of Las Vegas’ famous outlets – the South Premium Outlets. Located less than three miles from the Strip, the South Outlets are easily accessible from I-15 and I-215. Slightly south of the center of Las Vegas, the South Premium Outlets serve vacationers, as well as the surrounding neighbors of Henderson.

This beautiful indoor, climate-controlled outlet features 140 stores and shops and a newly renovated outdoor walkway and retail center. Scattered throughout the indoor outlet are fast food and “food court” style offers – ensuring you keep up your energy and hydration for more hours of strolling and shopping.  

Las Vegas: Outlet Shopping Destination

Vegas offers so much more than gambling! Shop some of the most desired and renowned names in fashion – all at outlet prices. You might want to bring another suitcase to travel home with all of your amazing outlet finds!

Lobby Seating

Remodel has given Club 2 lobby a fresh new look

What a difference!

When we asked him to put some pizzazz in our Club 2 lobby, interior designer Ron Nicola accepted the project with a single goal in mind.

“Regardless of the property I design,” he said, “I want everyone to experience a WOW moment when they see the finished product.”

Interior designer Ron Nicola

Mission accomplished, Ron. Mission accomplished.

Club 2’s lobby received a comprehensive makeover that has transformed its appearance from dark and dated to bright and contemporary. Enhancements include fresh paint and new furniture, drapery, and artwork. Ron also added area rugs and pillows with accent colors to the couches and chairs and gave the fireplace an updated look with new paint, tile and doors.

Applications of white paint to dark wood, gray paint to yellow walls, and still more white to ceiling and floor trim significantly lightened the interior space to  great effect.

“I wanted the design of the lobby to be current, with the feel of walking into a peaceful and relaxing sitting room,” Ron said, explaining that great design is all in the details.

“Dramatic flair is what I’m all about. The burst of color against the more neutral gray palette and white woods gives a fun, young, and exciting vibe. I wanted the owners to feel a more personable décor and design, not just another commercial lobby.”

We think he succeeded and hope you will agree!

Sit down and stay awhile.