What are the best clothing boutiques in Dallas?

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Dana Damato

Dallas is a much more fashionable city than you may think. Don’t let the Southern style fool you — the Dallas fashionistas know what they’re doing when it comes to clothes and trends. When you’re looking for the best-of-the-best boutiques and stores, Dallas has several different options to choose from in different areas. But the very best may be Highland Park Village, an affluent area in Dallas. It boasts a great selection of designer stores and boutiques for getting your hands on some of the latest fashion trends. Enjoy stores such as Jimmy Choo, Chanel, Christian Louboutin, Dior and Diane von Furstenberg, among many others. Highland Park is also home to some of the best boutiques you’ll find in Dallas. Each boutique offers personal service to make sure you leave with everything you went in for! You won’t leave empty handed.

Quia Querisma

The boutique scene in Dallas often reflects the vibe of the neighborhood in which they’ve set up shop. Suburbs like Allen, Frisco and Plano have robust shopping and entertainment areas with indie shops mixed among chain stores. The merchandise often caters to stylish moms and mature women who have a sense of flair. There’s a big emphasis on jewelry, accessories and gifts. Check out Willa, Altar’d State, Blinc and Firefly Trend.

When it comes to upscale shopping, Inwood Village, Snider Plaza and the Plaza at Preston Center offer the best selection of boutiques owned and managed by Dallas residents. A quick chat with the staff will reveal that operators often criss cross the globe and bring their finds back to the city, catering to the refined tastes of cosmopolitan women and men. Visit Mel Crews, Calypso St. Barth and St. Bernard Sports.

If you’re searching for edgy and fashion-forward style, take a stroll down the Miracle Mile on Lovers Lane, or explore the Knox-Henderson and Uptown areas. The majority of the boutiques in these areas have their finger of the pulse of the latest trends, straight from the pages of fashion magazines. Don’t miss Haven, Hemline, DEMARRA and Lilli London.

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