As we scroll through more and more Back to School posts on social media and wake to cooler and crisper mornings, there is a tell-tell sign in the air; fall is near. While many of us are in the thick of shopping for school supplies and clothing for the kiddos, it is also the perfect time of year to treat ourselves to a few new items.

We recently spent some time browsing a few lower Main Street merchants and have a few fun finds for fall to share.

  1. The Collective, one of Main Street’s newer boutiques, is a must-stop for every visit to Main Street. With clothing, jewelry, home goods, and an assortment of gifts, the Collective is one of those spots to find just what you are looking for (and more). The Collective is located on Heber Avenue, next door to Free People.
  2. New West Knife Works is a knife company that started in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, that combines function with beauty. Their knives are made in America and elevate every kitchen in terms of design and efficiency. Also located inside Main Street’s New West Knife Works is the MTN MAN Toy shop, think toy store for mountain men. The toy shop was conceived by Corey Milligan, founder and owner of New West Knifeworks. The shop, located at 675 Main Street, is a must for the mountain man who has it all or the passionate chef or home cook looking to up their cutting game.
  3. If you are looking for a one-stop apparel shop with truly everything you need for a Park City stay, we recommend starting at Bahnhof Sport. Bahnhof, located at 693 Main Street, has clothing and outdoor apparel, gloves, socks, and footwear for the entire family. Also offered are ski and snowboard rentals in the winter and mountain bike rentals in the summer, base layers, hats, sunscreen and more! With the top brands in both function and fashion, at stop at Bahnhof will outfit you for sunrise to sunset.

We all know shopping can be tiring, so pep up mid-day with a coffee and a treat from Atticus and head up to upper Main for even more Park City flavor.

What is your first stop on Main Street?