Where to Shop Now
Where to shop in Dallas right now: 8 must-hit stores for September
It’s September and it’s still hot, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get excited about fall by shopping for cool-weather clothing. Whether it’s a pop-up, a new boutique, or an annual celebration of fashion, this month is packed with plenty of shop-till-you-drop options.
AYR Denim at Nordstrom
Remember this clever brand from Bonobos founder Andy Dunn? You know, the great-fitting jeans for women made with high-quality materials? Well, the brand is popping up at NorthPark Center this fall, with AYR Denim to be sold exclusively at Nordstrom. The line ranges from $95-$750 and offers silk blouses, weightless button-downs, and cashmere sweaters. Check it out anytime after September 5.
This luxury, one-stop beauty shop has opened its second Texas location in Southlake Town Center. It offers more than 90 skincare and cosmetics brands like Laura Mercier, Nars, and its signature M-61 brand, along with a laundry list of spa services. This is the best beauty store to hit the ’burbs in a long time.
During the month of September, designer Edo Popken launches his Edo Gives Back WEARhouse event. When you purchase one item at the Design District store, you get one item free, and one is donated to charity.
Fashion X Dallas
The three-day fashion event at F.I.G. is back for its second year and opens with Stars Presented by Bernina, a rare opportunity to view eight prominent and well-known designers. Discover featured collections by the most promising emerging designers from around the country. The Gallery, a pop-up shop featuring more than 40 stunning jewelry and accessories lines, opens pre- and post-show each night.
Lion & Witch
The Shops of Highland Park has an exciting new clothing boutique from Brittany York, owner of Milk & Honey Boutique on Henderson Avenue. Inspired by C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, this magical shop offers elegant togs without budget-busting price tags. Featured lines include Kris Nations Jewelry, Do + Be, Cameo, Style Stalker, Amanda Uprichard, and the private label B. York, York’s newest project.
Local Global Social Pop-Up Shop
This first-time event, happening on September 12 from 9 am to 3 pm at Acme Creation Lab, features North and Central Texas designers, artists, and resellers offerings hundreds of items. Both new and vintage, the goodies include furniture, art, home décor, collectibles, and apparel. Participating vendors are local businesses united by their passion for encouraging positive social, ecological, or global change. Vendors include Paige Morse Creative, GAIA For Women, Set & Co., and more. Prices range from $25 to $2,000.
Mill No. 3
Located in Turtle Creek Village, this new women’s shop offers a curated assortment of simple statement pieces that are as versatile as they are beautiful. The shop also is collaborating with Austin-based boutique The Distillery on a capsule collection of mostly vintage jewelry pieces, available only at Mill No. 3.
This preppy shop, known for its whimsical neckties and smiling pink whale logo, is now open in NorthPark Center. It offers a variety of clothing and accessories for men, women, and children.