It's somehow August. You know, that month where you are being told to think about "the fall" even though it is 100 degrees through September? While we might not be wearing our turtleneck dresses and knee-high boots any time soon, being prepared to dominate the socially distanced fall season in Dallas isn't the worst idea, right? Here are eight stores and shopping events to hit this month.
The boutique at Highland Park Village got a beautiful upgrade and is now back in its original location with business as usual (plus masks). Shop the space for gorgeous shoes, bags, and something for all the fashionable women and men in your life. Open 11 am-4 pm Monday through Saturday. More exciting details and photos coming in next month's Where to Shop.
Do not miss your opportunity to shop the Summer Market Series happening each Friday in August at The Star in Frisco. This event features five or more vendors selling handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind goods from 10 am to 4 pm.
This Italian brand's dedication to intimately understand, complement, and empower the female form started back in 1954 when Ada Masotti started the company in her Bologna laboratory. This new Highland Park Village store is located in between Loro Piana and St. John and features lingerie, sleepwear, and swimwear.
The time is now to place your pre-sale orders of the Noelle Christmas boots in both red and green if you would you like a pair to enjoy over the holidays. Think jingling metallic gold bells, white poinsettias, and sprigs of holly matched with the attention to detail that can only truly be found in a Miron Crosby boot. For questions or to place your order, email email@example.com.
Shoppers everywhere have marked their calendars for this favorite annual sale that allows the Nordstrom faithful to stock up on all of their beloved brands at a bargain. The sale opened to select cardmembers on August 4. All cardmembers get in on August 13, and it opens to the public on August 19.
Head to the Trinity Groves showroom to shop some of the most exciting luxury brands on the market. The August exhibition features collections by Gunas New York, Lahive, Nine Muses, Jonathan Hayden, Kokoro Organics, Pala Eyewear, Elizabeth Hooper Studios, Ferrah, and Henry's Daughter. Read more about SEPT here.
New at this highly selective Highland Park Village boutique is SITA NYC, featuring lined leggings made of "SITAtech" — a do-it-all fabric that neutralizes odors, wicks away moisture, and withstands the wear and tear of washing machines. The concept arose when Aljohara Almodaimigh, who founded the first chain of all-women workout facilities in Saudi Arabia, needed a wardrobe that could take her from her Pilates classes to her business meetings. Add them to a core wardrobe that is both timeless and chic.
The brand's first Texas store has opened in Dallas, at NorthPark Center. Relaxed femininity is the vibe of this luxury Australian line, and it couldn't come at a better time. Incredible art and sculpture from Australian artists like Sally Ross, Tom Polo, and Peter Cooley set this already stunning store apart from the rest. This beautiful boutique is located on level one between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom.