Whether shoppers are looking for budget-friendly or family-friendly shopping sprees or luxury brands, there is certainly not a shortage of shops and shopping destinations to choose from. Visitors can get custom-made cowboy boots and hats from Wild Bill’s Western Store, buy luxury brands or just window shop at the Highland Park Village, go more eclectic at the Bishop Street Market, or explore three different levels filled with all sorts of retail stores and dining options at the Galleria Dallas.
1.Forty Five Ten
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Forty Five Ten is a boutique store born in Dallas. Known for merging art and fashion; as well as inciting the inspired, the eclectic, the unconvention, and the new; this brand presents emerging talent in beauty, design, men’s clothing, women’s clothing, and global luxury. The boutique has become an emblem for the urban renaissance in the city with its four-story, 37,0000-square-foot building. Forty Five Ten boasts three levels of retail, a restaurant and lounge on the top floor, and museum-quality artwork on display. The flagship store in downtown Dallas has led the boutique to be an anchor for rising neighborhoods.
1615 Main St, Dallas, TX 75201, Phone: 214-559-4510
2.We Are 1976, Inc.
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We Are 1976 is an Asian-American family-owned shop that was founded in 2008. The gift shop offers beautifully designed paper goods, stationery, home goods, and art prints, as well as other products that delight. The storefront of We Are 1976 shares space with the business’ in-house letterpress and graphic design studio where the family provides an array of luxury printing and custom design services. The business offers wedding suites that celebrate new beginnings, event stationery perfect for announcing exciting news, and design and branding projects for new businesses among others options. The owners take pride in helping clients with their significant moments.
313 N. Bishop Ave, Dallas, TX 75208, Phone: 214-821-1976
3.Dallas Pin Up
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Situated in the Deep Ellum Arts District in the heart of the city, Dallas Pin Up is a go-to shopping destination for all things gorgeous, glam, and glitz. Founded in 2010 by business maven and photographer Shoshana Portnoy, the shop was recognized as the state’s largest all-female co-op during its first year. Since then, the co-op has doubled its size and features more than twenty women-owned businesses, vendors, and artisans under one roof. Along with offering a variety of different clothing, jewelry, cosmetics, and accessories, Dallas Pin Up is also the site of a photo studio, makeup and hair studio, and full-service salon.
2928 Main St, Dallas, TX 75226, Phone: 214-741-4206
4.Highland Park Village
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Highland Park Village is certainly a shopping mecca in the city of Dallas, Texas for high end fashion brands, as well as a National Historic Landmark. The shopping center is recognized worldwide for the significance of its architecture, as well as for being a mix of some of the most famous upscale retailers in the world. Highland Park Village strives to offer unmatched customer service to enhance visitors’ shopping experience, including providing a full-service concierge and personal shopping services. There are also seven full-service restaurants for shoppers to enjoy a delicious meal, and the concierge can help with reservations.
47 Highland Park Village, Dallas, TX 75205, Phone: 214-272-4876
5.Forget Me Not Dallas
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Forget Me Not Dallas is located within the Shops of Highland Park center in Dallas, Texas. The concept of the locally owned and operated shop came into existence when two friends with an entrepreneurial spirit joined forces to combine their businesses that were already established in the area. Amy Mitchell ran an embroidery business for many years, while Betty Collins had her own interior designer business. Forget Me Not is the result of the two creative business owners coming together to operate a shop that offers home decorating consultations, on-site embroidery, home goods, accessories, and gifts.
4266 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219, Phone: 469-513-2038
6.Deep Vellum Books
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Located in Deep Ellum, the most historic and culturally rich neighborhood Dallas, Deep Vellum Books is 900 square feet of space filled with books in a 100-year-old building with exposed brick, miles of bookshelves, and concrete floors. Every nook is packed to the rafters with nothing but independently published books: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, chapbooks, zines, and just about anything else that falls under alternative literature. Authors on their shelves are both local and from all over the world. They focus on small and independent publishers, writers of color, writers from the LGBTQIA community, and writers using feminist perspectives. The store has monthly poetry readings and literary events, art shows, discussions, and more.
3000 Commerce Street, Dallas, TX, 75226, Phone: 972-638-7741
7.Froggie's 5 & 10 Toy Store
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The Froggie’s 5 and 10 Toy Store is a neighborhood shop for toys and gifts in Dallas, Texas. There are many more toys than one may expect to find in the store, as well as gifts geared more towards adults that will give them a laugh. The toy store seems to have captured the very essence of what being young means within its small shop that offers items for people of any age. Items that can be found within Froggie’s 5 and Ten include things like vintage lunch boxes, candy, greeting cards, magic tricks, retro toys, and much more.
3211 Knox St, Dallas, TX 75205, Phone: 214-522-5867
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Galleria Dallas has been recognizes as “One of the Top 10 Places to Spend It All” by USA Today, and is one of northern Texas’ most dynamic places to shop. The three-story shopping center consists of a collection of international retail stores and boutique shops, setting a standard for world-class shopping within the city of Dallas. The mall is anchored by stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, and Macy’s. It is also the only home in North Texas of the American Girl Boutique and Bistro and Thomas Pink. Luxury brands are also present, including Juicy Couture, Tiffany & Co., and Louis Vuitton.
13350 Dallas Parkway, Dallas, TX 75240, Phone: 972-702-7100
9.Gratitude Vintage Clothing
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Gratitude Vintage Clothing offers vintage women’s clothing and men’s clothing to the greater Dallas area inside of its boutique shop. The shop also carries a broad array of accessories, jewelry, collectibles, and costumes. Offering a bit of just about everything is what helps make the clothing shop as popular as it is. Gratitude Vintage Clothing aims to carry vintage trending clothing styles that help customers showcase their style and personality. The store strives to find and carry all kinds of vintage and unique products with the aim of being one of the leading local boutiques in the city.
3613 Fairmount St, Dallas, TX 75219, Phone: 214-522-2921
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The BoxLunch store can be found inside of the three-level Galleria Dallas. If visitors, or locals too, are looking for a store that sells some great products, as well as gives back to the local community, BoxLunch may be just the answer. The unique store in Dallas, Texas, along with other locations throughout the country, provides a meal to someone in need for every ten dollars spent on its pop-culture themed accessories and clothing. There is a variety of Disney merchandise, science gear, childhood television show nostalgia, and much more. Shoppers can also find the popular Funko Pop! collectibles.
13350 Dallas Pkwy, Dallas, TX, 75240, Phone: 972-361-0025
11.Jade & Clover
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Jade and Clover in Dallas is an innovative and carefully curated specialty retail shop that offers eco-conscious, handmade lifestyle merchandise ranging from home decor to accessories and clothing. The store strives to promote a healthy lifestyle while incorporating more natural products, as well as providing an excellent in-store experience. Jade and Clover offers workshops and classes to help educate the local community, along with creating art. The shop also provides a unique and thoughtful event space for corporate events, showers, receptions, parties, and other special events and occasions in the city’s historic Deep Ellum district.
2633 Main St, Dallas, TX 75226, Phone: 469-730-2264
12.Life of Riley
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Life of Riley calls itself a “general store with a new flair.” It is a lifestyle brand that offers jewelry, greeting cards, personal care, candles, a variety of gift items, and many more types of merchandise. The store in the historic Deep Ellum neighborhood was founded by Billy Milner. Along with the assortment of candles, private-label bath and food items, and greeting cards, Life of Riley carries an array of home accessories and furniture, some vintage, some original, and all with the owner’s signature “polished industrial” touch. The store sells quite a variety within its 2,500 square feet of space.
2814 Main St, Dallas, TX 75226, Phone: 214-749-0509
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The NorthPark Center in the city of Dallas can be described as an ultimate shopping, entertainment, and dining destination of the southwestern region of the United States. The shopping centers boasts one of the finest collection of stores around, featuring over 235 retail shops, as well as trendsetting and luxury designer boutiques. Brands presents at NorthPark Center include CH Carolina Herrera, Tory Burch, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Versace, Bottega Veneta, Valentino, Bulgari, and Gucci. AMC Theaters, Dillard’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Neiman Marcus anchor the shopping center. NorthPark also features great restaurants, events, award-winning architecture, and a collection of world-class art.
8687 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, TX 75225, Phone: 214-363-7441
Nuvo has become a mainstay in the Oak Lawn area of Dallas, Texas. The sleek shop carries a wide variety of both eclectic and sophisticated merchandise, including a slew of greeting cards, upscale home decor, barware, bath products, and jewelry. The store has become of the leading shops to find great greeting cards, as well as jewelry brands like Dana Kellin and Lisa Jenks. Nuvo also features Lampe Berger, candles, frames, and sophisticated gifts. The shop also still offers one of the country’s largest assortment of Acme Studio merchandise, including money clips, wallets, pens, and much more.
3311 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219, Phone: 214-522-6886
15.Old Town Shopping Center
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The Old Town Shopping Center is one of the most recognizable shopping centers in the city of Dallas. Anchored by Cost Plus World Market, Michael’s, LA Fitness, and Tom Thumb, the retail center boasts around thirty different shops, services, and dining options. Nestled amongst the Lake Highlands, Lakewood, and The Park Cities neighborhoods, the shopping destination offers an ideal shopping and dining experience. Within the Old Town Shopping Center, shoppers will find regional favorites and national chain clothing stores, as well as a variety of local shops, including ones selling local wares and crafts that visitors won’t find anywhere else.
5500 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206, Phone: 214-346-0030
16.Talulah & HESS
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The white, sweet looking chandeliers that hang from the ceiling inside of the girly Talulah and HESS boutique often draw shoppers in, but its the selection of merchandise that keep them shopping. At the front of this cute boutique is a paradise of fragrance. Customers may discover candles from Lafco, Votivo, and Tyler, as well as body products that are stunningly packaged from Lollia and others in just about every color in the rainbow. Talulah and HESS also carries a variety of gift ideas perfect for showers, locally designed bracelets, ballet flats, blouses, dresses, pet products, serveware, and more.
5810 Live Oak St, Dallas, TX 75214, Phone: 214-821-1927
17.TenOverSix at The Joule
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TenOverSix at The Joule is a high-concept, original store located inside of the Joule Hotel that interplays disciplines and loves to present an inspired and shopping experience for all customers both online and in-store. The various products for sale at the shop are showcased to shoppers in a setting similar to a gallery, using mostly white display fixtures and plinths beneath bright lights, along with a handful of unexpected moments. The one-of-a-kind merchandise offered by TenOverSix are designed and made with a great amount of care by a high level of talent across art, printed matter, design, and fashion.
1511 Commerce St Dallas, TX 75201, Phone: 214-261-4535
18.The Good Pagoda
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The Good Pagoda, for the most part, is a local gift shop in Dallas, Texas, according to co-owner Chris Penn. It is named in honor of Kumar Pallana, a late friend of the shop’s team. Pallana was owner of the local Cosmic Cafe and Dallas-based performer who portrayed the character Pagoda in The Royal Tenenbaums by Wes Anderson. The unique shop carries a bit of everything on the building’s first floor, such as knick knacks, decorative art, microphones, shirts, books, and much more. Upstairs, guests will find the yoga studio known as Super Yoga Palace, operated by Jessica Jordan.
9026 Garland Rd, Dallas, TX 75218, Phone: 469-930-9901
19.The Plaza At Preston Center
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Along with being a great place to shop, The Plaza at Preston Center is also a place to stroll about, gather with others, and simply have fun with family and friends. Located in the heart of Dallas’ University Park, the shopping center is comprised of around forty different specialty retail shops, services, and eateries that cater to a wide range of tastes. The biggest draws of The Plaza at Preston Center are its location in the city, easy access to and from the Central Expressway and the toll road, plenty of close parking, and its restaurants, services, and retail store.
8300 Preston Rd, Dallas, TX 75225, Phone: 469-232-0000
20.The Shops at Park Lane
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The Shops at Park Lane is a shopping center spanning over thirty acres and is one of the most shopped intersections in the city of Dallas, Texas. Located at the southeastern corner of Park Lane and US 75, the shopping destination is an excellent example of a rather new category of retail: the urban mixed-use hybrid. There is a mix of traditional and designer-value retail stores, along with premium shops, several restaurants, and the largest Whole Foods store in northern Texas. The Shops at Park Lane also boasts several boutique fitness options. High-end residential and offices are also located at the center.
8080 Park Ln, Dallas, TX 75231, Phone: 214-365-0222
21.The Shops of Highland Park
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The Shops of Highland Park are the home of some of the most enchanting shops and amazing restaurants in North Texas. They also happen to be situated within one of the region’s most exclusive neighborhoods. Visitors will find great national retailers, as well as unique local boutique shops that have helped make the Shops of Highland Park a landmark and tradition of the city of Dallas since the year 1944. Eateries include Asian Mint, Celebrity Cafe, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Sachet, and TJ’s Seafood. Stores shoppers will find at Highland Park include Jos. A. Bank, Forget Me Not, Layette, and more.
4200 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219, Phone: 214-220-3423
22.The Store in Lake Highlands
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The Store in Lake Highlands is a unique boutique shopping destination in East Dallas that caters to shoppers’ gift, fashion accessory, and clothing needs. The store provides personal shopping assistants to provide customers with excellent customer service. Clothing offerings include lines from Jon Hart Design, By Mom, JAG Jeans, Multiples, Sympli, Lisette, Boho Chic, Foxcroft, and Escapada. As for jewelry, The Store in Lake Highlands carries Ronaldo bracelets among other brands. The store also offers candles from Tyler Candle, Aspen Bay, and Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines, as well as gift ideas for children and babies, and entertaining ideas.
10233 E. Northwest Hwy, Dallas, TX 75238-4432, Phone: 214-553-8850
23.Favor The Kind
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Favor The Kind, formerly known as The Gypsy Wagon, offers an eclectic variety of items, such as vintage cowboy boots, country-chic clothes, worldly home decor, gifts crafted from recycled materials, and handmade jewelry. Shoppers may find embroidered pillows, leather bracelets, silver cuffs, recycled glass tumblers, lace and crocheted fabrics, tribal prints, kimonos, several items lined with fringe, flowing maxi dresses, and even monster shirts for toddlers. The store is the vision of Carley Seale, owner of Favor The Kind, as well as partners Molly McBride and Johnny Seale. It is now a treasure trove of eclectic items.
2928 N Henderson Ave, Dallas, TX 75206, Phone: 214-370-8010
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West Village in Dallas is often referred to as Uptown’s Downtown, and is the most vibrant walkable dining and shopping district in the city. The truly in-town neighborhood features highly differentiated retail stores, as well as carefully selected assortment of boutique shops. In addition to the dynamic shopping experience, there is a restaurant lineup at West Village of national significance, boasting chef-driven, local concepts and nineteen full-service restaurants. West Village is now one of the top Landmark destinations in the city of Dallas, and provides access to the Katy Trail, the McKinney Avenue Trolley, and the DART Rail.
3699 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204, Phone: 214-219-1144
25.Wild Bill's Western Store
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Wild Bill’s Western Store has been a legend in the state of Texas for more than forty years, carrying Texas gifts, Western clothing, jewelry, buckles, belts, hats, and of course, boots available for purchase. The store is just a few blocks away from the Convention Center in the city’s Historic West End District. Visitors can relax in an authentic Western saddle and drink a cold free beer as experienced staff custom shape a cowboy hat for them. Wild Bill’s is a Texas-sized, fun-filled, and definitely unique shopping experience where shoppers can experience the friendly spirit of Texas firsthand.
311 N Market St, Dallas, TX 75202, Phone: 214-954-1050
25 Best Dallas Malls and Shopping Spots
- Forty Five Ten, Photo: Forty Five Ten
- We Are 1976, Inc., Photo: We Are 1976, Inc.
- Dallas Pin Up, Photo: Dallas Pin Up
- Highland Park Village, Photo: Highland Park Village
- Forget Me Not Dallas, Photo: Forget Me Not Dallas
- Deep Vellum Books, Photo: Tsyb Oleh - Fotolia.com
- Froggie's 5 & 10 Toy Store, Photo: Froggie's 5 & 10 Toy Store
- Galleria Dallas, Photo: Courtesy of Stan Nelsen - Fotolia.com
- Gratitude Vintage Clothing, Photo: Gratitude Vintage Clothing
- BoxLunch, Photo: Courtesy of bnenin - Fotolia.com
- Jade & Clover, Photo: Jade & Clover
- Life of Riley, Photo: Life of Riley
- NorthPark Center, Photo: NorthPark Center
- Nuvo, Photo: Nuvo
- Old Town Shopping Center, Photo: Courtesy of Mediteraneo - Fotolia.com
- Talulah & HESS, Photo: Talulah & HESS
- TenOverSix at The Joule, Photo: TenOverSix at The Joule
- The Good Pagoda, Photo: The Good Pagoda
- The Plaza At Preston Center, Photo: Courtesy of www.karrastock.com - Fotolia.com
- The Shops at Park Lane, Photo: The Shops at Park Lane
- The Shops of Highland Park, Photo: The Shops of Highland Park
- The Store in Lake Highlands, Photo: Courtesy of goodluz - Fotolia.com
- Favor The Kind, Photo: Favor The Kind
- West Village, Photo: West Village
- Wild Bill's Western Store, Photo: Wild Bill's Western Store
- Cover Photo: Courtesy of BillionPhotos.com - Fotolia.com
Bishop Street Market
The Bishop Street Market is an imaginative and unique gift shop that offers a variety of funky artwork, candles, one-of-a-kind household items, edgy greeting cards and more. It has been one of the go-to stores in the Bishop Arts District for gift buying for more than twenty years. The shop stocks an assortment of eclectic items, ranging from unique greet cards and private art to private label clothing and handmade jewelry to great smelling candles and bath products. It can be worth a visit just to do some window shopping and explore the store for a bit of time.
419 N Bishop Ave, Dallas, TX 75208, Phone: 972-850-9837