This is a short and sweet list for a short and sweet month. And whether you are shopping for your sweetie or hoping your sweetie will shop for you, these stores house goodies that everyone will love.
Lots of people have heard about this Mockingbird Station sneaker shop frequented by its famous friends (think Ezekiel Elliot, Drake, and Teyana Taylor). What people might not know is that it also specializes in unique streetwear from creative director Lauren Rutherford. Past collections include Dallas designs, campy themes, defunct companies, floral Inso, and more. Stop in today to see what she is creating.
Two years in the making, Hari Mari’s first collection of men’s shoes is here. In late January, the beloved Dallas brand launched three different styles — chukkas, boots, and runners — incorporating the company's tenets of color and comfort. As with all Hari Mari styles, one percent from each pair sold goes to those battling pediatric cancer. Shop the full line online or at the Hari Mari storefront, tucked inside the company headquarters in East Dallas.
The Austin-based designer is paying homage to the brand's home state of Texas with an exclusive collection that launches on February 8. The collection includes updated versions of three classic styles including the Danielle Earrings ($85), Reid Pendant Necklace ($85), and Elle Earrings ($75).
Talk about a sensory playground. This 1,400-square-foot shop at Southlake Town Center is now open and ready to bless your bathtubs. The store features an abundant supply of the brand's vegetarian, handmade products, and shoppers can get personalized consultations about the perfect products for their health and beauty routines.
Perfect for Valentine's gifting, The Elaine boot, handmade in Texas, is sprinkled with light pink hearts, hot pink lips, and X's and O's. Fans of the boots may also save 14 percent now through Valentine's Day on stock pairs of the popular Jenny boot. Use code VDAY14 online or call the store to have them save you a pair.
Vancouver-based Spence Diamonds recently arrived to Dallas-Fort Worth, bringing North Texans an ethically responsible, sustainably sourced alternative to standard diamonds. The first two North Texas shops are in Dallas' West Village and Plano's Legacy West shopping centers. Founded 40 years ago, Spence Diamonds prides itself on providing socially conscious customers with affordable, lab-created diamonds and earth-mined stones free of conflict.
This iconic Dallas designer shop finally took the plunge and joined the party on Instagram. Between now and March 8, shoppers can receive a $25 gift card to use in store simply by donating to the Salvation Army clothing drive happening there. A merger of fashion and philanthropy is a beautiful thing.