Where to Shop Now
Where to shop in Dallas right now: 10 must-hit spots for October
No, it's not raining. Those are just tears from Texans that the temperatures are finally in the 70s. And while Dallasites have never needed an excuse to shop, the fantastic feel of fall is a great reason to stroll the shops and decide on a staple item or two to add to your already wonderful wardrobe. From Balmain to Noel Pittman and everything in between, there really is something for everyone in this month's roundup of where to shop in Dallas.
This French fashion house has a new home at Highland Park Village offering both men’s and women’s fashions. Known for its quilted leather and embroidery, the brand draws on its rich Parisian history to produce pieces with am impeccable level of intricacy and attention to detail.
Boll & Branch
Knox Street is the lucky district in Dallas welcoming this luxury linens company to its lineup on October 19. Inspired by the idea that there is a better way to do bedding, husband and wife duo Missy and Scott Tannen are excited to bring the softest bedding in the game to the people of Dallas in its very own storefront (3213 Knox St.). The store will feature the signature sheets, duvets, bath towels, and more.
If a feather bow tie can make it anywhere, its Dallas, and this men's and women's accessories company is ready to give it a whirl with its own shop set up on McKinney Avenue in Uptown. With each piece being designed and handcrafted in Charleston, Dallas' Southern gentleman will appreciate the product that honors the beauty of nature through its use of local, sustainability sourced materials.
City View Antique Mall
One of Dallas’ best-stocked antique centers is having a huge sale October 18- 22. This is your chance to score major discounts on antiques that range from art to furniture and everything in between. The key to finding treasures at these places is to be patient and work your way through one stall at a time so grab some friends and make an afternoon out of it.
This cult jewelry label has taken residency at The Conservatory in Highland Park Village. The brand is a favorite of celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Olivia Wilde, Kelly Ripa, and more. Don’t delay in heading into the shop, where you can to create your very own modern heirloom.
The Hamberg-based brand has a new boutique at NorthPark Center. The clothes are modern, sophisticated, and made with innovative fabrics featuring refined cuts. Shoppers feel chicer just stepping into this store full of pieces that feel like staples in any woman's wardrobe. This is the brand's first location in Texas, and is located on level one between Neiman Marcus and Dillard's.
For those who like to flirt with the unexpected, this funky and rebellious boutique is the official hot spot for fall shopping in Dallas. Grab the perfect piece for any and every fall outing, whether you need a belt, bag, or shoe. The brand has set up shop in NorthPark Center in the iconic level one location between Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus.
West Village marketplace-style clothing and gift boutique has opened a second location at 2000 Greenville Ave., in the former Kathy Fielder boutique. The spinoff has a slightly different mix of vendors, featuring some but not all of the brands from West Village, including an exclusive permanent jewelry stand by Seis, from Thursdays-Sundays by appointment only.
This darling design shop is now open on West Lovers Lane and features all that you need to complete a room in your home. You can expect custom throw pillows, upholstery, artwork, antiques, and more. Noel Pittman Design is a full-service interior design firm based in Dallas. Pittman obtained a master's degree in interior architecture from Pratt Institute and has worked in both New York and Los Angeles.
Trunk Curated by KSW
Dallas' design darling Kimberly Whitman is back on the scene with her latest and greatest venture, in hopes of helping you create perfect spaces. This digital marketplace is full of high-quality home goods and features everything from her favorite brands to exclusive pieces. Whitman also plans to host special invite-only trunk shows by brands that are hard to get your hands on.