What are the items that I should bring with me because they’re not available (or are too expensive) where I am going?

Las Vegas is a shopper's paradise. Malls, shopping centers, resort-centered retail properties and outlets grace almost every street corner. There are two very popular shopping malls: Premium Outlet Mall and Fashion Show Mall.
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Will anyone have particular trouble finding clothes that fit?

Not at all. Clothing stores are readily available for men, women, and children, and there are many fine tailors who can customize wardrobes to meet the more particular expat's clothing requirements.
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What grocery stores do expats in your city shop at?

All communities offer a wide variety of grocery stores. A few examples of more popular stores are Vons, Albertsons, and Smiths.
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Where can other household items (such as cleaning materials and home furnishings) be found?

Las Vegas offers a wide variety of exciting shopping options guaranteed to dazzle. It's best to consult with friends, colleagues and Crown for ideas. Available options include malls (enclosed shopping centers that include many chain and specialty stores), open air swap meets for bargain hunters, and individual stores that offer everything from common everyday items to exclusive, designer products. Target, K-Mart, and Wal-Mart are popular and inexpensive stores that offer everything from cleaning materials to basic home furnishings.
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What are factors that might affect my shopping habits in this country/city?

Proximity to malls and smaller stores. Let your bank account guide you!
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