Bishop Arts News
Dallas shop centered entirely on what a girl wants debuts in Bishop Arts
Dallas' Bishop Arts District will soon be home to a one-of-a-kind shop that's focused on women.
Called Go Easy, it'll have various feelgood items including lotions, CBD oil balm, skin care, smoking accessories, and more. According to a release, it'll open on November 13 at 250 N. Bishop Ave., #150, in the space previously occupied by Jeremiah Jo, a candle store.
Go Easy is from Molly Mathias, owner of Magic Hour, a shop selling artists' handmade goods that's also in Bishop Arts. The release says she wanted to create a shop for women with all the things that alleviate anxiety.
"We are all extra stressed, and I even found myself re-evaluating my self-care routine," Mathias says. "I thought, 'Why don't we have a whole store dedicated to just that?'"
She calls Go Easy a one-stop self-care shop. In addition to the usual bath-body-face-hair stuff, it'll have sexual wellness products like vibrators and organic lube, plus pipes, postpartum products, books, energy supplements, and candles.
The other benefit to a brick-and-mortar is that customers get a place to consult in person.
Mathias says there is particularly great curiosity about CBD and its use in maladies such as multiple sclerosis.
The shop will be open Monday-Friday 11 am-6 pm, and Saturday, 11 am-7 pm.