If you love western wear, one place stands out among Pigeon Forge shopping options: Stages West. This western wear Mecca is easy to spot on the Parkway, and its sheer size – 10,000 square feet! – will get your group excited.
It does not disappoint. Stages West has been fitting happy customers in boots and western wear since 1975, and is the only full-service western apparel store in Tennessee’s eastern half. Online reviews agree that the store’s prices are good, and there’s certainly no lack of inventory from which to choose. Open well into the evening six days a week, Stages West makes it easy to pop in during your Bluegreen vacation at Laurel Crest or Mountainloft.
Whether you’re a little bit country, or the truest cowpoke to ever hit Pigeon Forge, you’ll find clothing and accessories that work for you. Jeans, leather hats, money clip, belts, buckles, wallets, boots, hobo bags, and all sorts of denim wear are artfully displayed inside. This amazing mercantile even offers “western wedding” clothes – including white cowboy boots for the bride – should you be planning to “get hitched” while in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.
Much of the ladies’ apparel is coined “cowboy couture”… and ranges from a little bit sassy to downright sexy. The store also carries the wildly popular and oh-so-comfortable Miss Me® jeans.
We’d hate to see other Pigeon Forge boot stores try to compare with Stages West. An eye-popping collection of boots awaits both guys and gals. There are plain boots for the low-key customers, but also a wonderful assortment of boot patterns available for the customers who prefer a little more flair to their wardrobe. Like rattlesnake or ostrich? No problem. Colorful tooled patterns (horseshoes, angel wings, and broken hearts), and turquoise leather inserts are but a few of the other cool “upgrades” from which you can choose.
If you want to go all out, and invest in a pair of Italian hand-crafted boots that will last for decades, Stages West does carry top-of-the-line Lucchese boots (take your credit card!).
This amazing emporium also serves as “Square Dance Central,” serving a large group of faithful dancers.