Destination Inspiration — Steal the look, indeed: Why not dress like a destination? Here’s some good-looking, unexpected destination inspiration from Downtown Las Vegas and Utah Tourism.
Welcoming visitors to the City of Las Vegas at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard & Main Street, each of the newly installed 50-foot-tall shimmering showgirl signs weighs 6,800 pounds. Full-color twinkling LEDs on their headdresses are more than five feet tall and six feet wide.
The retro-style showgirls that light up nightly at dusk are expected to be a permanent downtown fixture alongside sculptures of dice and a roulette table. The weathered 25-foot-tall showgirl signs installed in 2018 are being restored and moved to the Arts District.
Steal the Look
Utah Office of Tourism writes: “It’s called fashion, baby. 😎 Inspired by our own Instagram and friends at Zion National Park, we’re sharing a few unique Utah looks you can steal to elevate your style and take some local flavor home with you.
Our first look comes from one of Utah’s most understated beauties: cryptobiotic soil crust. Crypto soil provides important nutrients that help desert plants grow. Mirror its look with a rust orange gown and flora-inspired accessories that scream ‘bust a move, not the crust.’
If you’re looking for a little more drama, look no further than the Bonneville Salt Flats for inspiration. The Flats are all about that big and bold style. Accessorize with racing flags to nod to the iconic Bonneville Speedway, and don’t forget to add a pinch of salt.
This next look will take you straight from desert to dessert. Slip into your sundae best with a chrome night-on-the-town pantsuit inspired by “The Sink,” a local fave from Angies in Logan. You’ll look pretty clean, if you know what we mean.
Our last fashion ‘inspo’ is truly the moment. Hailing from Vernal, Dinah the Dinosaur has been eyelash goals since 1958. Rock her look with a black lip, sky-high falsies, and black stiletto nails to remind everyone that style, uh, finds a way.”