This Month's Top Shops
Where to shop in Dallas right now: 8 must-hit stores for November
How it got to be November already, we will never know. That means, sigh, the holidays are fast approaching. This month we're revisiting a few stores that have relocated in the hopes of finding some presents to stash away, as well as a couple of home stores for gifting, well, ourselves.
This is our list for where to shop in November.
One of the top Dallas furniture stores also happens to be the first and only shop that specializes in luxury low-profile mattresses for contemporary bedrooms. And lord knows we all need a good night's rest this time of year. Shop the in-store Sleep Studio for a mattress suited to your taste and lifestyle, from private labels and designer brands to the exclusive, made-to-order Vi-Spring, coveted by royalty across the world for its use of the finest natural materials, including hand-teased, long-stranded horsetail hair, cashmere, mohair, Shetland fleece wool and cotton.
Beloved Italian shopkeeper Carla Martinengo has expanded her eponymous luxury boutique in the super-hot Plaza at Preston Center. Martinengo is known for her carefully curated selection of the world's top designer lines, including Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Jean Paul Gaultier and Christian Lacroix. Now there is just more to covet.
The renowned French furniture and lifestyle brand has a new 4,500-square-foot shop in the Dallas Design District, featuring items from the company’s extensive catalog, including Nomade 2 by Didier Gomez, Uzume by Eric Jourdan, Exclusif by Didier Gomez, and Togo by Michel Ducaroy. Open to both trade and retail customers, the exclusive showroom also offers free design services.
Dallas jeweler Matthew Trent has moved his exquisite handmade pieces back into his old space at the Plaza at Preston Center after undergoing a serious makeover. To complement Trent's unique jewelry, the recently renovated boutique boasts sleek display cases, modern paneling and plenty of space for perusing. We will happily send the address to your husband.
Pockets Menswear has moved from Highland Park Village to the Plaza at Preston Center (we told you it was hot), in a slightly smaller, yet equally inviting space. New owner Andy Weil intends to carry on the same exceptional service and quality products, but to change things up a bit, he has expanded the made-to-measure business with custom belts and new designers. Check out new in-store lines such as Pt01, Aether, Oxxford Clothes and Eidos.
We already gave you five reasons to shop this philanthropic pop-up shop that benefits Dwell With Dignity. Here's another one: It's only open through November 9. Shop for gently used and deeply discounted home furnishings and accessories, including an assortment of holiday decor. New shipments arrive frequently, so you are guaranteed to find a new treasure for your abode.
Monogramming never looked chicer thanks to Valentino's sleek new line of My Own Code leather handbags. Available in a variety of fall colors with an adjustable handle, the calf-skin clutches can be personalized with embossed initials. To shop for yourself or a friend, visit the boutique at NorthPark Center for one of these highly coveted accessories.
Visit Anne Daniel and Pamela Cotter's latest addition to the shops at Inwood Village. As a nod to New York City's Soho neighborhood, "West On Lovers Lane" boasts an eclectic assortment of womenswear and accessories, catering to fashion-minded women ages 30 to 70.