Where to shop in Dallas right now: 9 must-see stores for December
It is the happiest and happiest shopping season of all. This month’s Where to Shop column touches the heart of Dallas, the corners of Dallas, and Aspen’s jet sets as well. There are pop-up shops and limited special events, long-awaited new stores, and the return of a beloved favorite. By the way, if you’re looking for a shopping buddy this month, reach out to your friends in this Dallas suburb, where they have the biggest vacation budgets in all of the United States – and maybe the North Pole, too. .
Pop-up Fashion International Group at Galleria Dallas
Fashion Group International of Dallas (FGI Dallas), the local chapter of a global nonprofit professional fashion organization, is hosting a holiday pop-up mega boutique at Galleria Dallas for one weekend only, December 3-4 . The event will not only showcase local luxury designers and brands, but a portion of the proceeds from sales will benefit the organization, which awards scholarships to students of fashion design and fashion merchandising. Featured local boutiques, designers and services include: Kathy Fielder, Martini Consignment, Daniela Bell Lashes, DeadSoxy, Finley Shirts, Harkensback, Augmented Orbit, SEPT with Ferrah, Status, Susan Posnick Cosmetics, Tarliza Schall and Valerie Garmino. Find him on level one near Bachendorf, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on both days.
Happy Market at CityLine
CityLine is making Richardson a hot shopping destination for a special Saturday in December. CityLine and The Boho Market are hosting a pop-up event called Merry Market, from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. on December 4. Over 70 small businesses will include favorite local manufacturers and vendors of night markets featuring handmade and vintage goods, as well as live music, goodies, crafts and more holiday fun under half a price. million twinkling Christmas lights. There’s even a free DIY gift wrapping station. For more information visit the website.
Dr Barbara Sturm at Highland Park Village
The wait is over for fans of this luxury skincare brand. Dallas’ new boutique and spa will serve as a contemporary wellness destination where guests can experience Dr. Sturm’s renowned facials, body treatments and personal care and explore his comprehensive anti-inflammatory approach to wellness and wellness. skin care. (She considers it her global flagship outside of spas in Düsseldorf, Los Angeles, London, and Miami.) Highlights include a supplement bar, skin tea bar, anti-inflammatory wave bed, hair care room, Dr. Sturm’s exoso-metric collection, and much more. Find him at 28 Highland Park Village; the hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday and from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Ring the bell, Tootsies has reopened in time to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Closed since a pipe burst and wreaked havoc on the beloved Preston Center store during winter storm Uri, it has a shiny new look and new features. “Mickey’s Bar”, for example, is a tribute to the late founder of the store Mickey Rosmarin and will offer free “festive and seasonal cocktails” to shoppers throughout the year. Tootsies is open 11:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Saturday at 8300 Preston Rd, Ste 200. A special grand reopening / anniversary party will take place from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Wednesday December 8 and will feature live DJ music. Blake Ward and DJ Sober, bites provided by Yardbird and personalized cocktails by Painted Donkey Tequila.
Sarah Flint pop-up at the NorthPark Center
New York-based luxury shoe designer Sarah Flint has opened a temporary boutique in NorthPark Center on level one, between Aesop and Lacoste. The shoes and accessories are handcrafted in Italy and feature an innovative, comfort-oriented design that counts celebrities like Cindy Crawford and Lady Gaga as fans. The pop-up is modeled after the designer’s own living room, outfitted by female-led vendors with comfy sofas and chairs, beautiful flowers, and special fitting walls, where every size of every shoe style is on display. . “Hope you drop in for a cup of tea and a homemade chocolate chip cookie while trying on shoes and exploring our latest launches in gift categories like table linens and stationery,” said Flint. The store’s opening hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday; open until April 30, 2022.
Something Navy at Highland Park Village
Something Navy, blogger / influencer by Arielle Charnas clothing brand, has opened a pop-up boutique in Highland Park Village for the holidays. Open from December 1 to the end of the year, the boutique occupies the former Balenciaga space next to Dior. Something Navy offers cute, luxurious yet accessible women’s clothing and accessories. The new collection is maternity, A pea in the pod x SN, including maternity jumpsuits, cashmere sweaters, dresses and more – the perfect place to buy a gift for a mom-to-be. The store will be open during normal HPV hours, which vary throughout December. Carry on here.
Mistletoe Shopping Center in Legacy West
Plano’s Legacy West is hosting a month-long pop-up event as part of its special North Pole festivities. Running from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday through December 19, Mistletoe Mall will feature dozens of small businesses including LW Natural Beauty, Creteation, Design by Society, BE So Selfish, Melanated Candle Co. , Soul Stonz, The Artistry of Essential Oils, Cicely’s Jazzy Art, Chandra Tea & Spice, Tinsley Allison Designs, CBY Beauty Inc., Jade Boutique, and more. Find it between Starbucks Reserve and Filson and follow the schedule here.
As part of an expansion to 30 cities in the United States, Interior Define opened its very first studio concept in Texas in the Knox district of Dallas. The new Define Studio has a welcoming design center where clients can meet one-on-one with the qualified team of design experts, who help guide clients through the furniture customization process. Design Experts offer free design assistance, including design expertise, custom mood boards, floor plan advice, and information on all aspects of the design process. Find him at 4529 McKinney Ave. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Miron crosby in Aspen
If your December schedule includes a flight to Aspen (so jealous!), You’ll see a name you might know. Miron Crosby, the Dallas-based bespoke cowboy boot brand founded by sister duo Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means, has grown westward with a new 2,000 square foot studio in the resort town from Colorado. This is the brand’s second point of sale. With a contemporary-chic interior blended with the sisters’ avant-garde Western aesthetic, the studio includes spaces for shopping, creating custom boots, entertaining, and mingling. It is located at 520 East Cooper Ave., in the former Checkers Space. It’s in the heart of Aspen, with other luxury retailers and restaurants within walking distance.