Shop the latest trends and designers at these Dallas-based stores and boutiques.
The flagship Neiman Marcus in Downtown Dallas has set the standard for fashion and elegance since its grand opening in the early 1900s. Considered a historic landmark, it is the last of the original department stores still serving the Downtown area and is the official headquarters of the luxury retailer. The nine-story store includes the Zodiac, an elegant lunch spot on the sixth floor known for decadent seasonal entrées and their famous Mandarin Orange Soufflé.
The largest independent department store in the nation, Stanley Korshak is a high-end shop selling men's and women's clothing and home goods located at the Hotel Crescent Court in Uptown. The Dallas-exclusive retail center caters to the avant-garde and luxury appeals of trendy Dallasites. Collections by renowned designers like Roberto Cavalli, Valentino, and Kiton make this spot a must visit for fashion-forward visitors.
Dallas-based Mizzen+Main is one-of-a-kind for its modern, simple and brilliant concept of revolutionizing the classical dress shirt. The company proudly boasts its “American-made” motto, and continues to delve deeper into the mainstream fashion scene.
Located across the street for the Joule Hotel, Forty Five Ten brings high-end fashion to downtown. This boutique shop sells emerging and top designers clothing for both men and women, as well as home décor, jewelry and specialty gifts, on three levels, with the fourth floor of the luxury retailer dedicated to Mirador, a rooftop restaurants and lounge.
Bullzerk is a unique local gift store specializing in custom Dallas T-shirts, apparel, accessories and more. Visit their location on Greenville Avenue or shop their stand in the Dallas Farmers Market.
Located in the historic West End of downtown Dallas in a 100-year-old red brick building with tin ceilings, hardwood floors and a massive turn-of-the-century bar complete with saddles as barstools, is Wild Bill’s. Get the latest boots, hats, apparel, and maybe even a story or two from Bill himself!
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