Dallas is back in business after a hot summer break. The stores are bustling and people are shopping. Here are nine boutiques you need to stop by — in person or virtually — this month to escape lingering hot temperatures while beefing up your fall wardrobe.
Mary Voss has opened the latest and greatest boutique for women which is the perfect blend of contemporary and stylish. This very selective shop offers brands such as Acacia, AGolde, American Vintage, Koch, Place Nationale and S/W/F. If you can’t make it to the store, call or text them to buy something that caught your eye on the store’s busy Instagram account.
Live with Dignity Thrift Studio
Want to shop home for swoon-worthy items that are already endorsed by some of the hottest designers in town? Shop at the Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio Charity Studio through September 24. The store is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the Dallas Design District, 1506 Market Center Blvd. This year’s designer lineup includes Javier Burkle, The Loveliest Home, Todd Fiscus, and more, and inventory is replenished regularly. Learn more about Thrift Studio’s mission here.
The West Village in Dallas recently hosted a new watch boutique featuring a full-size watch bar where the owners will walk you through the entire collection and provide you with a personalized watch fitting experience. Whatever your budget or style preference, this brand has something that will have you telling the time in sophisticated style.
Luxury Lab Pop-Up at Galleria Dallas
Join one of Dallas’ favorite shopping destinations, North Dallas, for a pop-up showcasing more than a dozen of Mexico’s top designers and artisans. The event is scheduled for September 22-25 on level one across from Gucci. LuxuryLab Global, considered by many to be one of Latin America’s most important travel peaks, pops up in time to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and will be marked with a special VIP event on Thursday. Meet the designers and shop from Friday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Hartley Lynn, a Highland Park native and TCU graduate, launched SABAL, a new swimwear brand for women with smaller busts, on August 22. Designed for cup sizes AA to C, SABAL swimsuits are specially designed to retain their shape and feel in and out of the water. . The line currently includes two bikini top styles and two bikini bottom styles, plus a one-piece style. Learn more about the designer and the brand here.
After a serious success at a pop-up in Dallas last year, this fashionable shoe brand has opened a permanent store on level two of the NorthPark Center, between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom. The Dallas location marks Sarah Flint’s second permanent storefront opening behind her Nashville store. This brand is booming in Dallas because it doesn’t make women choose between style and comfort. The best of both worlds? Yes, we will take two.
Dallas-born (and Highland Park High School graduate) designer Monica Millington has created a new loungewear brand that she hopes will offer an ethical alternative to fast fashion while playing on the nostalgia of the millennium. It is a line of durable, unisex loungewear that officially launched online on August 27. Millington was inspired by the popular Juicy Couture sweatpants and tracksuits of the early 2000s, which have made a comeback. Learn more about the designer and the brand here.
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It’s finally time to shop at the Dallas-based sportswear destination offering a refreshing selection of athletic ensembles. Co-founders Jodi Pratt and Melissa Pastora believe the clothes people wear impact how they feel. They saw the need for a space that offered fashionable, flattering and functional styles that instantly boosted confidence. Shop the collection here and visit their West Village pop-up store at 4438 McKinney St. #200, September 15-25.
This brand founded on the art of executing simple, elegant and versatile knit dresses has opened a beautiful new boutique on level one of the NorthPark Center between Neiman Marcus and Dillard’s. The shop offers dresses, suits, mismatched, evenings and even accessories. This is St. John’s only location in North Texas.