Best Places to Shop in Dallas, TX

Here’s my take on some of the best places to shop in Dallas. Whether you are a local or a tourist I hope this list helps you out. Let us know each store is doing too!

1. Galleria- 13350 Dallas Parkway, Dallas, TX. The Galleria in Dallas, TX is known throughout the area for being the best place to find upscale shopping. Stores include Kate Spade, Tiffany & Co, and Nordstrom, as well as several other well known brands. http://www.dallasgalleria.com

2. Dallas Farmers Market- 1010 S. Pearl St., Dallas, TX. Farmer’s Markets are always a pleasurable experience and a good place to interact with locals in the area— not to mention pick up fresh fruits and veggies. http://www.dallasfarmersmarket.org

3. Snider Plaza Antique Shops- 6929 Snider Plaza, Dallas, TX.Open daily, the Snide Plaza Antique Shops sell a wonderful array of well-preserved merchandise.
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jgarrett Jun 29, 2011
Here are the best places to shop in Dallas:

Archive: Archive offers designer pieces from the 1960’s – 1990’s. Designers spotted here include the likes of Dior, Chanel, Gucci, Halston, Pucci, Chloe, Sant Angelo, Gaultier and Yves Saint Laurent to name a few.

Elements: Located on Dallas' Lovers Lane, Elements carries the latest looks from small European brands like Poleci, Thuy and Sachin + Babu, plus better known labels like Madison Marcus and M Missoni. Make sure to stop into Elle, Elements little sister, located just next door, which carries brands like T-bags and Rachel Pally.

Forty Five Ten: FortyFiveTen serves up a well-edited selection of designer womenswear from the world's most lust-worthy designers. Expect to see lines by Lanvin, Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler, Narciso Rodriguez, Doo.Ri and more. Celebrity fans of the chic boutique include Jessica Simpson, Oprah and Gwyneth Paltrow.

Grange Hall: Grange Hall is truly unique. Adjoined to a florist, this contemporary store carries jewelry, art and home décor items that all have a decidedly dark, gothic appeal. Expect to see skull and claw motifs represented beautifully throughout the store, and jewelry lines such as Pamela Love.

L.bartlett: This West Village boutique has all the latest trends from all the latest brands, like bandage skirts from Pleasure Doing Business, tees from Lauren Moshi and Junk Food, and party frocks by Parker and Cooper by Courtney. Trust us, it's impossible to leave empty-handed.

Melanie Gayle: Melanie Gayle strikes that perfect balance of trendy and feminine, without being over-the-top. The store carries the latest pieces from labels like Parker, Central Park West, Siwy and For Joseph. And don't miss their stellar selection of handbags, jewelry and Tom Ford sunglasses!

Neiman Marcus NorthPark: Neiman Marcus is the ultimate in luxury goods. A Texas institution, this world-class department store carries everything you could want, from Armani to DVF to Zac Posen.

Stanley Korshak: This well-edited department store features only the best of the best from top designers each season. And don't miss The Shak, the younger, more contemporary department.

The Gypsy Wagon: The Gypsy Wagon is just plain fun. You can't help but smile when you walk in the door and see the boho-chic clothing, cowboy boots and reworked vintage housewares and jewelry. They also have a whimsical children's section that'll have you wishing you were a wee one again!

Uncommon Market: Uncommon Market is loaded with home furnishings and accents that are...well…uncommon. The owners travel the world collecting unique furniture, fixtures and accessories that will lend your space that special something extra. Check out their brand new 44,000 square foot space in Dallas' Design District!

Wisteria Outlet: The only physical location of this catalog company is located right here in Texas, and it's an outlet! You can purchase all your global favorites from the pages of the catalog, from furniture to accents to mirrors and lighting, all at discounted prices!

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