Apparel & Accessories
ABI FERRIN FLAGSHIP BOUTIQUE— The local designer’s flagship boutique in West Village is a stylish haven for fashionistas looking to score seasonal, trendy pieces that both fit and flatter. While parking within this Uptown plaza can be scarce, shoppers will receive free valet with an Abi Ferrin purchase. www.abiferrin.com. 3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 103, 214.565.0055.
ALLIE COOSH— Simple, timeless, original, comfortable designs mark this independently owned women’s clothing shop with associates who care how shoppers look. Quick alterations, fabulous accessories, and mail/phone order services ensure customers can get what they want fast. www.alliecoosh.com. 6726 Snider Plaza, 214.363.8616.
ANN MASHBURN/SID MASHBURN— Clean lines, exquisite tailoring and timeless styles define the aesthetic of Ann Mashburn and Sid Mashburn, two boutiques rolled into one effortlessly stylish package. Find apparel for men and women as well as accessories, which range from handbags to turntables. www.sidmashburn.com, www.annmashburn.com. 3319 Knox St., 214.443.6101.
BELK— This chic department store opened its first store in Monroe, North Carolina, in 1988. It offers shoes, apparel, accessories, jewelry, beauty and home accents for men, women, juniors and kids from a variety of designers in a wide range of price points. Located at Galleria Dallas. www.belk.com. Galleria Dallas, 13350 Dallas Pkwy., 972.383.3170.
CENTRE— Enter Centre: A store focused on trends revolving around the idea of progressive design. Centre draws inspiration from global streetwear trends, carrying local labels and shoes, apparel and accessories that lean toward an urban, street-chic aesthetic. www.gotocentre.com. 5307 E. Mockingbird Lane, Ste. 104, 877.799.0844.
CLOTHES CIRCUIT— Located in University Park, one of Dallas’ most affluent neighborhoods, Clothes Circuit is an upscale resale boutique with barely worn designer clothes and accessories from Tory Burch, Prada, Burberry, Jimmy Choo, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, St. John and more. www.clothescircuit.com. 6105 Sherry Lane, 214.696.8634.
CLOTHESHORSE ANONYMOUS— This high-end resale boutique caters to those who like designer clothing for a portion of the price. Bright, neatly organized and full of luxury labels, this spacious store in Preston Hollow is a worth a trip (or several). www.clotheshorseanonymous.com. 11661 Preston Road, 972.233.7005.
DIANE VON FURSTENBERG— Also known simply as “DVF,” the clothes at Diane von Furstenberg make any girl into a sartorial queen. It’s hard to not try on all the pieces here, especially the coveted wrap dresses and contemporary work-wear. The venue also has classic runway specialties for those looking to take every day fashion to the next level. www. dvf.com. 29 Highland Park Village, 214.269.8868.
DOLLY PYTHON— If you blink, you might pass by this little gold mine on Haskell. Full of antique furniture, quirky accessories and more than a few random goodies, Dolly Python is one you don’t want to miss on your shopping extravaganza. www. dollypythonvintage.com. 1916 N. Haskell Ave., 214.887.3434.
DRAPER JAMES— Created to honor her Southern heritage, Reese Witherspoon’s lifestyle label Draper James reflects the “special breed of charm and grace that’s signature to the South.” Following the success of the brand’s Nashville flagship store, Draper James opened its first boutique outside of Tennessee in Dallas’ prestigious Highland Park
Village shopping center. www.draperjames.com. 6 Highland Park Village, 214.780.0960.
ELEMENTS— A veteran amongst hip boutiques, Elements boasts luxury labels and some edgier fashions. Designs from M Missoni lead the pack, and the denim selection includes Hudson and Notify. We love the beckoning, wrap-around window displays that dare you to come inside for a closer look. www.elementsclothing.com. 4400 Lovers Ln., 214.987.0837.
FLIRT BOUTIQUE— Flirt stocks a variety of shoes, apparel and accessories for women wanting looks that are chic, feminine and fun. Find on-trend as well as affordable designs at this DFW-based boutique. www.flirtboutique.com. 22952 Crockett St., Fort Worth, 817.744.7520.
FORTY FIVE TEN— Known for its on-trend, meticulously edited inventory of the most coveted designers in fashion, Forty Five Ten is all grown up. The term “boutique” will no longer suffice for its new downtown flagship store across from the Joule, comprising four floors and nearly 40,000 square feet. There’s a lust-worthy footwear boutique, not to mention a coffee and Champagne bar, on the first floor—butthat’s only the beginning: Assouline coffee table books, Hermès tablescapes, a fine jewelry salon and more. The shop’s original location reopens as For Home Forty Five Ten, the brand’s curated home furnishings concept. www.fortyfiveten.com.1615 Main St., 214.559.4510.
THE FRYE COMPANY— The East Coast-based brand of built-to-last boots, bags, shoes and accessories has outfitted countless clients throughout American history, from General Patton and John Lennon to to Jackie O. Its NorthPark Center boutique includes timeless designs for men and women, plus edgier styles and accessories that are equal parts classic and cool. www.thefryecompany.com. 8687 N. Central Expwy., Ste. N1-1212, 214.363.3793.
THE GYPSY WAGON— This delightful boutique is brimming with one-of-a-kind finds for any occasion. Owner Carley Seale—with her Boston Terrier puppy in-tow—is always willing to offer suggestions and give the back story about the antiques, knick knacks, tchotchkes and decorative rubber gloves in the shop. There’s everything from baby clothes to pet accessories, jewelry to shoes. Besides the warm aura of the boutique, the best part of visiting is uncovering tiny treasures that the person beside you may have missed with the blink of an eye. www.the-gypsy-wagon.com. 5211 Bonita Ave., 214.370.8010.
KID BIZ— Kids and tweens can stay fashion forward and paparazzi-prepared with designs from 7 For All Mankind, Free People, Ella Moss and Splendid, as well as fun accessories and gifts. www.kidbizusa.com. 8408 Preston Center Plaza, 214.692.5437.
KIT AND ACE— The Canadian “technical cashmere” company’s first Texas location has landed in trendy Knox-Henderson, where its collection of men’s and women’s apparel is classic, simple and made to last. Kit and Ace’s proprietary fabric blend is is luxurious, impossibly soft and machine washable. www.kitandace.com. 1802 McMillan Ave., 844.548.6223.
PLANET BLUE— This West Coast-based boutique’s breezy, bohemian aesthetic is a must-visit for trendy shoppers looking to maintain an effortless, laid-back look year-round. With labels like One Teaspoon, Wildfox, Somedays Lovin’ and For Love and Lemons, Planet Blue’s first Texas store features a collection of swimwear, designer denim, festival fashion and everyday accessories that go from sand to city in no time. www.shopplanetblue.com/. 3010 N. Henderson Ave., 972.925.0304.
PEEPER’S— Peeper’s is one of the fabulous retailers of Highland Park Village. This upscale optical shop stocks the absolute latest in frames, combined with efficient and professional service. www.peepersdallas.com. 64 Highland Park Village, 214.522.0352.
ROBERT GRAHAM— Find eclectic men’s shirts, pants, dress shirts, jackets, belts, shorts cufflinks, swimwear, loungewear and more at the NorthPark Center outpost of Robert Graham, the label known for men’s fashion that’s not for the faint of heart. www.robertgraham.us. 8687 N. Central Expwy., Ste. B2-217, 469.2329967.
SAINT BERNARD— Known as Dallas’ one-stop ski shop, Saint Bernard offers fashions for the whole family. Find lines from Oakley, Patagonia, Spyder and The North Face alongside water sports equipment, ski clothes and travel accessories. Score some steals at the Saint Bernard outlet, located at the Shops at Park Lane.www.stbernardsports.com. 5570 West Lovers Lane, Ste. 388, 214.357.9700; 8044 Park Lane, Ste. D140, 214.758.0429.
TO BE CONTINUED...— With its variety of vintage and nearly-new designer fashions, To Be Continued... is an upscale consignment boutique with an inventory of labels like Chanel, Christian Louboutin, Balenciaga, Hermes and more. Shop handbags, heels, dresses, outerwear and more and enjoy a tidy, rummage-free shopping experience at this boutique, located in Park Cities Pavillion on Lovers Lane. www.tbcconsignment.com. 5600 W. Lovers Lane, Ste. 130, 214.431.4301.
TORY BURCH— Embodying a blend of globally-inspired patterns, bohemian chic cuts and sophisticated flair, Tory Burch is a go-to designer for classic, effortless style. www.toryburch.com. 17 Highland Park Village, 214.559.2400.
TRINA TURK— This courtyard-inspired shop houses swimwear, jewelry, handbags and pieces from the label’s latest collection. Inspired by designer Trina Turk’s passion for vintage apparel, colorful prints and mid-century modern architecture, the Highland Park Village boutique reflects the designer’s eclectic, California aesthetic. www.trinaturk.com. 47 Highland Park Village, Ste. 93, 972.201.3330.
VINEYARD VINES— Best known for its whimsical whale logo, this East Coast brand began in 1998 near Martha’s Vineyard. Visit the Massachusettsbased retailer for preppy garb and accessories for men, women and children. Multiple locations. www.vineyardvines.com. 6121 W. Park Blvd., Ste. A222, Plano, 469.366.0118.; 8687 North Central Expwy., 214.363.0006.; 251 Grand Ave., Southlake, 817.442.9332.
ZSOFIA’S FINE LINGERIE— A recent addition to the Dallas Design District, this European-style boutique offers a personal shopping experience and an exclusive inventory of delicate intimates and luxury lingerie. www.zsofias.com. 1130 Dragon St., Ste. 160, 214.770.7696.