Dallas is a great city for shop-aholics of every sort. Elegant malls, vintage districts and high-end streets are filled with hundreds of retailers. Neighborhoods like Knox-Henderson and the West Village are filled with savvy shopping options, ultrachic boutiques and the regular haunts of fashion mavens. Retro-lovers and people who are fans of antiquing can head to the West End Historic District, which features over 80 stores that reside in restored buildings and redbrick warehouses. Greeneville Avenue is filled to the brim with eclectic shops and amazing restaurants where shoppers can stop for a bite between purchases. Numerous clubs and galleries in Deep Ellum, the little New Orleans Dallas, offer ample opportunities for folks to pick up rare art and incredible jewelry.

Highland Park Village

Mockingbird Ln. at Preston Rd., Dallas TX; Tel. 214.559.2740
This Dallas shopping village is as close as any shopper will get to Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive in Dallas. Built in the 1930s, this ultrachic corner of high-end shopping in the midst Dallas' most exclusive neighborhood sports an eclectic mix of fashionable boutiques.

North Park Center

NW Hwy/Loop 12 at I75, Dallas TX; Tel. 214.363.7441
Dallas' most traditional and elegant mall houses more than 160 shops with natural lighting and a beautiful display of Ray Nasher's fabulous sculpture collection of modern masters.

The Galleria

LBJ Freeway and Dallas Pkwy. N, Dallas TX; Tel. 972.702.7100
A huge Dallas mall with a light-filled atrium that attracts Dallas' most sophisticated shoppers with retailers like Nordstrom's, Saks Fifth and Cartier. An ice-skating rink and a host of restaurants also makes this Dallas shopping complex a family favorite.


McKinney Ave. at Knox and Henderson Sts., Dallas TX
Vintage trolley lines allow shoopers to jump off and duck into the many antique shops, art galleries, restaurants and specialty shops. The home decor shopper finds contemporary furniture stores and eclectic interior design shops aplenty at this Dallas shopping vortex.

Both the living and the shopping are large, very large, in Dallas-Fort Worth, where word has it that "if it can't be bought here, it can't be bought."

Dallas, packed with more shopping centers per capita than any other U.S. city, is home stomping grounds for both Neiman Marcus and JCPenney, and also boasts Highland Park Village, America's oldest shopping center. Greater Dallas gets a leg up from the 175-acre Dallas Market Center, the world's largest wholesale trade complex, with $7.5 billion in annual retail sales. Dallas retailers include Macy's, Stanley Korshak, Lord & Taylor, Tiffany & Co., Chanel, Calvin Klein, Polo / Ralph Lauren, Saks Fifth Avenue, Rodier Paris, and Nordstrom. Such names appear alongside many other department stores, specialty shops and restaurants in regional malls such as The Galleria (fashioned after the Vittorio Emanuelle in Milan), NorthPark Center, and Valley View. Shoppers also flock to neighborhood centers such as The Shops and Galleries of the Crescent, Plaza of the Americas, Travis Walk, Inwood Village, and Casa Linda. Native Victor Costa, known for copying designs of Paris couturiers for Dallas socialites, has his fashions up for grabs at several area boutiques. Dallas also lays disparate claim to Todd Oldham, globally hailed for his avant garde designe duds, and to the Haggar Apparel Company, huge in men's slacks manufacturing.

Fort Worth, also a power shopper's dream, has boutiques, upscale shops, flea markets, antique stores, and malls. West side's Chapel Hill features World Market, Borders Books, and Mi Cocina, plus HEB Central Market, for imported foods, hard-to-find items, and chef-prepared meals. Northeast Mall, anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Dillard's and Foley's, has more than 140 specialty shops. Ridgmar Mall, anchored by Tarrant County's only Neiman Marcus, Dillard's and Foley's, offers separate districts for fashion, sports, and kids. Hulen Mall, has Foley's, Dillard's and 120 specialty shops. Sundance Square, spreading out over 20 historic blocks, features specialty boutiques, galleries, and restaurants. Stockyards' Station, big on western apparel stores, touts Cowboy Walking Tours.

In Grapevine, between Dallas and Fort Worth and near DFW International Airport, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World is at Grapevine Mills, the state's first and largest mega-mall, with more than 200 manufacturer and retail outlets, off-price retailers, and specialty stores.


5220 Alpha Rd, Dallas, TX
Legendary service, shoes to die for and fashion-forward merchandise keep shoppers returning.

  • Macy's

    13375 Noel Rd, Dallas, TX
    From a "Miracle on 34th Street" to malls in the 'burbs, this is middle-class America's own department store.

  • Neiman Marcus

    400 Northpark Ctr, Dallas, TX
    Luxury department store combines haute couture and classic elegance.

  • Dillard's

    100 Northpark Ctr, Dallas, TX
    A department store with variety and affordable prices.

  • Stein Mart

    6465 E Mockingbird Ln Ste 322, Dallas, TX
    Discount department store features designer apparel and housewares.

  • Ross Dress for Less

    2405 N Haskell Ave, Dallas, TX
    Deep-discounting chain offers in-season clothing and quality housewares.


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