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Where to shop in Dallas right now: 7 must-hit stores for September

Where to shop in Dallas right now: 7 must-hit stores for September

Jojo Mommy, Kari Schlegel Kloewer
Jojo Mommy is a darling new children's boutique from entrepreneur Kari Schlegel Kloewer. Facebook/Jojo Mommy
jenni kayne airstream
The Jenni Kayne Airstream is stopping at Highland Park Village,  September 22-28.  Photo courtesy of Jenni Kayne
pumpkin bon bon
Pumpkin cheesecake bon bons have arrived at Kate Weiser Chocolate to help Dallas celebrate fall.  Photo courtesy of Kate Weiser Chocolate
Psycho Bunny
Psycho Bunny is now open on level one in NorthPark Center, in the old Tory Sport space.  Photo courtesy of Psycho Bunny
Lands' End Shops at Park Lane
Lands' End is now open at The Shops at Park Lane.   Photo courtesy of Lands' End
Jojo Mommy, Kari Schlegel Kloewer
jenni kayne airstream
pumpkin bon bon
Psycho Bunny
Lands' End Shops at Park Lane

Whether you and the kids are back to work and school or still hanging tight at home, you deserve to treat yourself this season. Offering everything from home decor for a great cause to chocolate creations that will make you feel like fall, these stores and shopping events have you covered the rest of the month.

Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio
After canceling in the spring and pivoting to an online format, this beloved Dallas benefit re-emerged as a fall pop-up through September 26. Thrift Studio showcases luxuriously furnished vignettes designed by North Texas’ top designers, showrooms, and retailers, as well as a curated selection of fine art from prestigious local artists. Everything on display is available for shoppers to purchase at deep discounts, with 100 percent of proceeds benefiting Dwell with Dignity. Thrift Studio is open 10 am-5 pm Monday through Saturday inside The International at the Turtle Creek Design Center.

Eiseman Jewels
The favorite NorthPark Center jeweler is ending summer with a sparkling savings event. Its once-in-a-decade sale has been extended through September 27. The sale includes up to 45 percent off a large selection of diamond, pearl, and color stone jewelry; pre-owned timepieces; fashion designer pieces; and estate pieces from renowned designers such as David Webb, Seaman Schepps, and Baume & Mercier. Customers can shop online or visit Eiseman’s NorthPark salon, 10:30 am-5 pm Monday through Saturday. 

Jenni Kayne
The California-based lifestyle brand is driving through Dallas in its 1956 vintage Airstream and popping up at Highland Park Village, September 22-28. Shoppers can check out the fall collection that includes their the brand's popular fisherman sweater, mules, clogs, and home decor items. The Airstream doors will be open from 10 am to 6 pm daily at 47 Highland Park Village. On September 23, 15 percent of purchases will be donated to Mommies in Need, a nonprofit that supports parents experiencing a health crisis. 

Jojo Mommy
Have littles going back to school? You would be remiss not to check out the most darling new children's shop in Dallas, located at 7801 Inwood Rd. Entrepreneur, Realtor, and style maven Kari Schlegel Kloewer has stocked the store with adorable additions to any child's classic wardrobe. Think jon-jons, bubbles, sweaters, pajamas, holiday wear, and lots of shoes. There are toys and books, too. The boutique is open 10 am-6 pm Monday through Saturday.

Kate Weiser Chocolate
Pumpkin spice lovers are serious about their fall flavors, so they will be delighted to know that Kate Weiser has officially rolled out her pumpkin cheesecake bon bon to welcome the season. Pick up a six-piece box starting at $16 (while supplies last) at all three DFW locations: Trinity Groves, NorthPark Center, and The Shops at Clearfork. 

Lands' End
The brand that exudes Americana has opened its first Dallas standalone store at The Shops at Park Lane. The shop features the apparel and accessories for women, men, and children that its catalog fans love, and fuses a brick-and-mortar boutique with a digital shopping experience to create a "hybrid" shopping outing. This is the premier place to grab swimsuits, dresses, shorts, and a select assortment of school uniforms. Browse the selection in store and view even more of the collection via kiosks set up in a special digital area. It's open now in the former Charming Charlie space at 8190 Park Ln, Ste. 350.

Psycho Bunny
The edgy menswear shop, known best for its knitwear, has opened its first Texas pop-up at NorthPark Center on level one in the old Tory Sport space. Featuring the brand's signature emblem — a crazed rabbit and crossbones that requires 4,000 stitches — pieces are created with an emphasis on quality. Drop in during normal business hours — 10 am-8 pm Monday through Saturday and 12-6 pm Sunday — to stock up on tees, polos, activewear, and other essentials for men and boys. It might just become a permanent addition to the shopping center, NorthPark says.