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Where to shop in Dallas right now: 10 must-hit stores for September

Where to shop in Dallas right now: 10 must-hit stores for September

Reese Witherspoon Draper James
Draper James is now open at Highland Park Village. Photo courtesy of Draper James
Suitsupply
Men can now shop the fall collection at Suitsupply in West Village. Photo by Carli Hermes
Tory Sport
Tory Sport is now open at NorthPark Center Photo courtesy of Tory Sport
Hari Mari Fields flip-flops
Hari Mari is now being sold at select REI stores across Texas. Hari Mari/Facebook
TTH Forty Five Ten
TTH Forty Five Ten is now open at Highland Park Village. Photo courtesy of TTH Forty Five Ten
Reese Witherspoon Draper James
Suitsupply
Tory Sport
Hari Mari Fields flip-flops
TTH Forty Five Ten

With fancy store openings and several reopenings, Dallasites have quite a list of places to check out this month. How will you ever decide where to shop first?

Christofle
The luxury silversmith is now open for business in Highland Park Village. Christofle is known for flatware and silver trays; however, gifts and accessories such as frames, candles, baby gifts, and desk accessories add depth to the brand’s first Dallas boutique. Customization and engraving, along with gift wrapping and comprehensive cleaning service, are available.

Draper James
Reese Witherspoon’s Southern-inspired fashion and lifestyle brand opened the doors to its Highland Park Village store earlier this month. The 1,800-square-foot boutique features ready-to-wear, accessories, and home products in a variety of seasonal prints. The Dallas store marks the second brick-and-mortar location for the brand.

Kendra Scott
Your favorite Texas-based jewelry designer wants to decorate your nails too. The Kendra Scott Nail Lacquer collection is now in stores and features 23 shades, including a top coat and base coat. Bold signature hues like the popular Pink Agate are priced at $16, and drusy-inspired shades are $18.

Neiman Marcus
Dallas-based jewelry company Akola is launching a new luxury line available at Neiman Marcus, and 100 percent of sales will be socially reinvested to help women in poverty around the world. Akola was launched by Dallasite Brittany Merrill Underwood as the first full-impact jewelry brand in the luxury space. All jewelry is created and produced entirely by impoverished women in Uganda and Dallas

Pockets
Shop this traditional men’s boutique — for a new suit or everyday wear — as it celebrates a grand reopening post flood damage. While at the Plaza at Preston Center, check out the recently unveiled installation by Houston-based artist Michelle O’Michael, which sits in the heart of the center, in the circle drive.

REI
Dallas-based brand Hari Mari is now offering its signature flip-flop at Texas REI stores, where they will be stocked year-round. This launch is followed by a spring 2017 rollout of Hari Mari across 32 REI locations nationally. One percent of the brand’s sales benefits Flops Fighting Cancer.

Suitsupply
Just in time for fall, men can now browse the highly anticipated Rocket Man collection at this West Village clothier. The collection includes suits, jackets, coats, knitwear, shirts, trousers, and shoes.

Tory Sport
Tory Burch recently debuted a boutique in NorthPark Center dedicated to its activewear brand, Tory Sport. It’s the first store of its kind to open outside of New York. Located on the first floor between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, shoppers can expect clothing, bags, shoes, and accessories ranging in price from $65-$575.

TTH Forty Five Ten
Forty Five Ten’s latest concept has opened in Highland Park Village, replacing Five & Ten. Forty Five Ten’s vice president and creative/fashion director Taylor Tomasi Hill curates her namesake store that is set to sell clothes, jewelry, shoes, handbags and gifts. Lines include Harvey Faircloth, Alexander Wang, Faith Connexion, Kule, Rosie Assoulin, Jacquemus, and Fallon.

Tuesday Morning
Several of these Dallas-based discount stores are sporting a new look. The Plano store represents the company’s latest prototype, with new fixtures, flooring, improved lighting, and a redesigned store layout. The Preston Center branch got a makeover with new fixtures, flooring, and improved lighting; the sales floor was nearly doubled. The company is also expanding its inventory of upscale and brand-name home goods.