by Natasha Wolff | October 8, 2014 8:56 am
4609 West Lovers Lane
Owner Merry Vose stocks labels like Peter Pilotto, Frame Denim and Preen that are favorites with her loyal shoppers. But, she says, the pieces are rare enough to ensure a client won’t “run into herself at the next event.”
4400 Lovers Lane
A laid-back, chic boutique where customers are provided with friendly assistance and expertise as they find the perfect outfit from Element’s repertoire of staple luxury brands like Missoni and Alexander McQueen to lesser known European designers.
Forty Five Ten
4510 McKinney Avenue
This trendy apparel, home-goods and accessories boutique has an elite clientele list that includes Gwyneth Paltrow, Oprah Winfrey and Laura Bush. Thanks to its success, the company is opening a new flagship store, so make sure to take a shopping break at the delicious T Room restaurant.
Shops at Highland Park
47 Highland Park Village
Dallas’s “premiere shopping experience,” Highland Park Village, was the first self-contained shopping center in America, and declared a National Historic Landmark in 2000. The shops include the most tried and true luxury brands— Christian Dior, Carolina Herrera, Diane Von Furstenberg, Saint Laurent and many others—so it’s as much a museum as a mall, and there’s just never enough time to see it all.
500 Crescent Court
A Dallas mainstay of luxury that recently underwent a $2 million, 5,000-square-foot expansion. New offerings include Suitsupply’s first ever shop-in-shop concept in the men’s courtyard as well as an expanded bridal salon complete with a Vera Wang salon.
1604 Main Street
The edgy West Coast boutique reopened its Dallas women’s store at the Joule hotel, carrying Carbon & Hyde jewelry and one-of-a-kind dresses by Cesar Arellanes and Drifter.
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