Where to Shop Now
Where to shop in Dallas right now: 6 must-hit stores for September
Fall is here and ready to take over until the holidays. Here are the month's most notable store openings and offerings to help ease you into the season via a little retail therapy.
Just in time for football season, Draper James has scored a touchdown with its tailgate collection. Whether it's burnt orange or crimson you covet, these darling looks are perfect for gameday. We are totally smitten with this Spirit Cloister Top ($150) because we just aren't quite ready to let go of our gingham obsession.
Everything is bigger in Texas. And that definitely is the case for this home decor brand that recently opened a 22,000-square-foot flagship store at Plano's Legacy West. This home decor happy place features furniture, artwork, and accessories. They are grouped around different home areas: bedroom, bathroom, dining, living, and a seasonal section that is promised to be bursting with the brand's signature Christmas decorations very soon.
Men are in for a treat with this trendy NorthPark boutique featuring a mix of tailored clothing and sportswear. The accessory obsessed will delight in its selection of footwear, belts, eyewear, and limited edition watches. It sits between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom and is the brand's only boutique in Dallas.
It's about time an eco-conscious clothing brand with serious style hit the Dallas shopping scene. Expect breezy silhouettes and feminine dresses perfect for surviving Dallas' endless heat. Pieces are made from materials sourced from deadstock fabrics and vintage clothing. Final products then are manufactured, photographed, and shipped out of the Los Angeles headquarters.
NorthPark Center just opened the most beautiful outpost of this beauty wonderland that you must check out immediately. It's on level two between Nordstrom and Macy's and is brighter, bigger, and better than its previous location (as you'd expect).
There is plenty happening at this Knox-Henderson hot spot that is dubbed a modern day general store. It sells everything from clothes, accessories and apothecary to vintage furniture and modern art. Whiskey Wednesday, the monthly happy hour, is taking its effort up a notch on September 20 by collecting donations for Hurricane Harvey. Also, on September 30, swing by the store for a cookout featuring cold beer and a whiskey tasting. You can kick off tailgating season while shopping the store that will be fully stocked for fall.