Where to Shop Now
Although the first day of summer doesn't hit until June 21, Dallas has been serving up serious seasonal looks for months now. In fact, we are looking for alternative options for summer when it is just too hot to function. Think tennis, golf, and even Major League Baseball. Which of your signature summer looks are you upgrading this month? Find inspiration at these eight shops - along with a Father's Day gift or two.
Michael Malik’s sophisticated new collection blends tech fabrics and total comfort seen in bra tops, leggings, shorts, jackets, and body suits. All items are sized small to large and range in price from $52 to $108. The line is made in both the United States and Peru. Sound familiar? Active Milano sponsored the 2022 Miss USA and Miss Teen USA competitions, outfitting contestants in activewear on stage; shop the luxe-athleisure brand online.
Boho Market at The Village
The Boho Market, a popular Texas pop-up that supports small and local businesses, will set up shop at The Village, 10 am-2 pm Saturday, June 24. Visitors can shop for clothing, jewelry, accessories, candles and home décor from 30 vendor booths. Food and beverages will be available from The Village's eateries, including Anise, Buzz & Bustle, Doughregarde's, Over Under, and more. Admission is free; find the market at 5605 Village Glen Dr., Dallas.
Sisters Allison and Anna Williams, who hail from Mississippi, recently opened this Southern-chic clothing and accessories boutique on Dallas' Lower Greenville Avenue. The shop is filled with on-trend styles in perky prints, comfy knits, and breezy fabrics appropriate for hot summers.They stock about 40 different contemporary brands, including sundresses, skirts, and tops by Reset by Jane; denim from Hidden; and separates and dresses from Fate and Olivaceous. And they prioritize affordability: most pieces are under $75. Read more about it here.
Gucci x MLB
The Texas Rangers are the hottest team in the AL West, and Gucci is here to cheer them on (along with other MLB teams). First unveiled at the Gucci Fall/Winter 2018 fashion show, this newly refreshed capsule collection features ready-to-wear clothes, shoes, and accessories emblazoned team logos. Think caps, patches, denim sets, colorful t-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, and even loafers. The collection is now available online. Go Rangers!
Who would have thought that Dallas' go-to flip flop company would release a women's summer staple short that is totally necessary, as well? Called the Ladies BantamKnit Short, they're made with a custom cotton blend for extreme comfort. The performance fabric offers increased breathability with four way stretch. Read more here and get yourself a pair for $68 online only.
King Ranch Saddle Shop
A new outpost for the luxe cowboy brand debuted at The Star in Frisco on June 3, but don't be fooled by the name "saddle shop." The store carries Western-inspired menswear and womenswear, outdoor accessories, furniture, and more. The Frisco store is the sixth King Ranch location across the state and second in North Texas, following the first one in Fort Worth.
Mizzen + Main
This Dallas-based menswear brand now has a new boutique in Southlake Town Square. The opening marks the brand’s seventh retail location, following stores in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin. The 2,066-square-foot space was created in collaboration with Bergmeyer architecture firm to engage with guests in a more experiential way than ever before.
Since launching his eponymous label in 2011, Todd Snyder has redefined how modern American men can present themselves to the world in stylish, unexpected ways. Think dress shirts, polos, pants, suiting, and even shoes. The new boutique is now open on level one between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom in Dallas' NorthPark Center.