Dallas

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When it comes time to bring home a souvenir from your vacation, ShermansTravel experts know just where to go. Whether it’s a high-end leather purse or an authentic, locally made craft, we show you which stores and markets to hit up for all your shopping needs – while highlighting the best steals and bargains in your destination.

Shopping in Dallas

Fair Park

A center of entertainment and culture, and site of the gargantuan State Fair of Texas, Fair Park offers everything from sporting events and concerts to crafts and museums.

1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd., TX, 214-670-8400, www.fairpark.org
Tags: shopping | art | things to do | spectator sport

Flagship Neiman Marcus

Less glossy than its shopping mall counterparts, Neiman Marcus nonetheless maintains its flagship perch, opened in 1914, on Main Street (the very first store, which opened seven years earlier, burned down in a fire in 1913). Although the neighborhood’s glamour has faded since its turn-of-the-20th-century heyday, the downtown location is still worth a visit for nostalgia’s sake – as well as for the sixth-floor bar and restaurant, The Zodiac, which draws a lively post-work crowd.

1618 Main St., TX, 214-741-6911, www.neimanmarcus.com
Tags: shopping | historic | things to do | jewelry | clothing | accessories | shoes | department store

Forty Five Ten

Walk in the footsteps of Laura Bush, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Oprah Winfrey at this mecca of upscale designer wear. Walk out with Mui Mui and Stella McCartney numbers.

4510 McKinney Ave., TX, 214-559-4510, www.fortyfiveten.com
Tags: shopping | smart splurge | boutique | designer

Galleria Dallas

Luxury shops like Gucci and Tiffany combined with favorites like Abercrombie & Fitch and The Gap; cool your shopping fever on the indoor ice rink.

13350 Dallas Pkwy., TX, 972-702-7100, www.galleriadallas.com
Tags: shopping | shopping mall | designer

Highland Park Village

Dallas’s reputation as a retail therapy mecca stems at least partially from Highland Park Village, an outdoor mall that was the country’s first planned, organized shopping center when it was built in 1931. The complex – now designated a National Historic Landmark – consists of Spanish Mission-style buildings housing high-end storefronts like Carolina Herrera, Escada, and Chanel.  

47 Highland Park Village, TX, 214-443-9898, www.hpvillage.com
Tags: shopping | boutique | things to do | history | designer

Mockingbird Station

Visit this distinctive shopping experience with plans to stay all day; an avant-garde cinema, modern boutiques, and innovative dining make it a must-see.

5307 E. Mockingbird Ln., TX, 214-452-7180, www.mockingbirdstation.com
Tags: shopping | boutique | things to do | shopping mall | walking district

North Park Center

Fashion addicts who collect clothes and shoes like artwork should hoof it in their heels to North Park Center, a 2.4-million-square-foot mall that displays museum-quality art installations alongside its Louboutins. Founded by Raymond D. Nasher – who also founded the Nasher Sculpture Center – the collection has rotating works by acclaimed artists like Andy Warhol, Joel Shapiro, and Jonathan Borofsky. Thoughtful mall amenities such as free coat checks and stroller rentals bolster the art-gazing and shopping experience.

8687 North Central Expressway, TX, 214-361-6345, www.northparkcenter.com
Tags: shopping | art | things to do | shopping mall

Shopping Chauffeur

A personalized shopping tour that includes a chauffeured Mercedes Benz, lunch, and an experienced local’s shopping tips.

3225 Turtle Creek Blvd., TX, 214-774-2308, www.shopping-chauffeur.com
Tags: luxury | shopping | smart splurge | tour

Victory Park

Proximity to Dallas’ Uptown, Downtown, Arts District, and Turtle Creek neighborhoods distinguish this $3-billion entertainment development of restaurants, shops, and lounges. Although some residences line the small neighborhood, the complex best serves as a dining destination when performers take the stage at the nearby American Airlines center.

The intersection of Interstate 35, North Dallas Tollway, and the Woodall Rodgers Freeway, TX, www.victorypark.com
Tags: nightlife | shopping | things to do | outdoors | park

West Village

The newest shopping hot spot in Dallas combines small boutique shops with mall staples and great eateries.

3699 McKinney Ave., TX, www.westvil.com
Tags: shopping | boutique | shopping mall | walking district

Wild Bill's Western Store

Hats, boots, belts and buckles fit the bill at this family-run Western emporium.

603 Munger St., TX, 214-954-1050
Tags: shopping | souvenirs

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