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Where to shop in Dallas right now: 9 must-hit stores for April

Where to shop in Dallas right now: 9 must-hit stores for April

Maisonette, Mi Golondrina
Former Vogue editors and mompreneurs Sylvana Ward Durrett and Luisana Mendoza are bringing micro-fashion to Dallas with a Maisonette trunk show at Mi Golondrina.  Photo courtesy of Maisonette
Grace Loves Lace bridal salon
Australian bridal boutique Grace Loves Lace has opened in the Design District. Photo courtesy of Grace Loves Lace
Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio 2019
Shop Dwell with Dignity's Thrift Studio until April 27. Photo by Lance Selgo, Unique Exposure Photography
SculptHouse fitness studio
The new SculptHouse boutique in Inwood Village has a "shoe wall." Photo courtesy of SculptHouse
Stella & Dot pop-up shop Dallas
The Stella & Dot pop-up shop will be gone before you know it. Photo courtesy of Stella & Dot
Maisonette, Mi Golondrina
Grace Loves Lace bridal salon
Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio 2019
SculptHouse fitness studio
Stella & Dot pop-up shop Dallas

With temperatures warming up, it's time to get out there and shop. Yes, time to ditch the online orders and go straight to the source — for kids' clothes, jewelry, home decor, athletic apparel, and even a little menswear. It's going to be hard to pick just one place for your annual spring splurge. Here are nine new options in Dallas.

Brenda Schoenfeld
The Dallas-based brand, offering uniquely feminine and finely articulated jewelry, is now open at 3911 Oak Lawn Ave. Each posh piece is sourced from Schoenfeld's family workshop in Taxco, Mexico. After living in Italy for 18 years, the designer was inspired by the gold and precious gems of experienced Italian artisans and felt led to create her own. A trip to her new flagship location is a true treat for jewelry lovers. 

Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio
The much-anticipated fundraising pop-up shop — open through April 27 in the Dallas Design District — features luxuriously furnished vignettes designed by North Texas’ leading designers, showrooms, and retailers, as well as a selection of fine art from 34 prestigious artists. All of the items on display are available for shoppers to purchase at deep discounts, with 100 percent of proceeds benefiting Dwell with Dignity. Thrift Studio Pop-Up Shop is open 10 am-5 pm Monday through Saturday through April 27 and is free for attendees to explore and shop. It is located at the Dallas Design Center, 1250 Slocum Street, #550.

Grace Loves Lace
Luxe Australian bridal and occasion-wear brand Grace Loves Lace has put a ring on Dallas, opening its newest showroom on April 9 in the Design District. The cult-favorite bridal designer is the creator of "the world’s most pinned wedding dress on Pinterest," and is famous for its ethereal, modern boho-chic designs, as well as its signature Aussie service. Located at 1411 Dragon St., the new bridal salon spans over 5,000 square feet and is available by appointment for brides-to-be and their entourages.

KCA Design 
Artist Kris Ammon, founder of KCA Design, has launched an exciting vintage section of her already blossoming business. Through her super-secret connections, Ammon offers a whimsical mix of unique vintages and covetable accessories and more. Ammon works with each client to figure out their ideal style, color, and price point. For more information on finding your dream piece, email concierge@kcadesign.com. 

Kendra Scott
The Texas brand's summer 2019 collection launches in store and online this month, with new bold designs perfect for an upcoming graduation party, garden soiree, or outdoor festival. Having drawn influence from natural shell materials. the new season has an obvious botanical theme, with a modern twist that reveals versatile pieces that can be worn again and again with a variety of outfits. Be on the lookout for the Malika Earrings, Renzo Earrings, Eloise Ann Bracelet, Kelsey Necklace, and Reggie Ring. 

Knot Standard
Men, make your way to this trendy and tailored suit shop to browse the just-launched spring and summer collection. From beige to green plaid and even rust herringbone, Knot Standard has pieces to take you from the office to happy hour and everywhere in between. Book an appointment at the brand's new North Henderson Avenue location by calling 972-752-8278. 

Maisonette x Mi Golondrina
On April 13, former Vogue editors and mompreneurs Sylvana Ward Durrett and Luisana Mendoza will bring micro-fashion to Dallas with Maisonette's exclusive collaboration with Mi Golondrina. The trunk show, also featuring Gaia and Folklore Las Ninas, takes place at the Mi Golondrina store from 11 am-2 pm, with designer Cristina Lynch. Parents are invited to enjoy lite bites and sips while viewing the new collections. The shop is at  2727 W. Mockingbird Ln. #102, Dallas.

SculptHouse
A high-tech fitness studio from Atlanta called SculptHouse will make itself at home in Dallas' Inwood Village later this spring, but its luxury athletic wear boutique has already opened. The boutique offers a revolving collection of activewear from more than 30 different men’s and women’s fitness-fashion designers. A “shoe wall” features unique hand-picked selections, including the popular EsseUtEsse fringe sneakers for which SculptHouse is the exclusive U.S. retail shop. Top brands include: Free People Movement, DYI, Ultracor, Varley, Koral, Beach Riot, Spanx, Year of Ours, Rhone (for men), and more. It is located at 5550 West Lovers Ln., Ste. 146.

Stella & Dot Pop-Up Shop
The Austin-born jewelry brand has opened its first pop-up shop in Dallas, at 3010 North Henderson Ave. Shoppers can browse Stella & Dot’s newest collections displayed against a custom mural by local artist Alli Koch. Events planned include bag monogramming with artist Viv Jordan, mini-manicures with Cherry, and a panel discussion with HER HQ. The pop-up is open daily through April 20.