This Mockingbird Station boutique, conveniently located right next to the garage, has a large selection of contemporary clothing and accessories priced below $100. Purchase a Movida Select Card for a one-time fee of $30 and get 30 percent off that day's purchases as well as 20 percent off every future purchase. And the card never expires.
If you like Anthropologie but find it pricey, then you will love Milk & Honey. The cozy Henderson Avenue boutique carries clothing and accessories priced between $10 and $80. Check out the ongoing sale section in the back, with discounts up to 50 percent. Depending on the time of day, parking can be a little troublesome, but you can persevere.
Park on the street if you can to avoid the hassle of the garage. The West Village shop is rife with jewelry but also carries a good amount of clothing and accessories, such as handbags and belts. Nothing in the store is more than $100; clothing tops out at $60. Head over on the first Tuesday of each month, when everything in the store is 40 percent off. Accents also has an Arlington location.
Pitaya in West Village is chock full of on-trend items. The shop is organized by color, so if you need something in a particular shade, then this is a good place to start. From jeans and dresses to hats and shoes, Pitaya has you covered from head to toe. And because 90 percent of the store's inventory is under $50, you never feel guilty for snapping up something cute and stylish.
With the success of her fashion blog, Kendi Everyday, Kendi Skeen decided to open a store where she could sell pieces that reflected her modern yet feminine taste and style. Bloom houses adorable garments that won't dent your pocketbook; prices range from $58 to $128. From casual everyday tops to date-night dresses, this downtown McKinney boutique carries designs you won't find anywhere else in town.
If your wardrobe is lacking in color and pattern, Ella Bleu is a must-shop. This affordable boutique at the Shops at Legacy carries dresses, tops, bottoms and accessories to amp up your style quotient. You'll spend between $15 and $90 and walk away with pieces that are fun, trendy and versatile.
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|Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden|
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|Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center|
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