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Dallas shopping is famous for large department stores and extravagant malls. It’s been said that everything in Texas is big and when it comes to shopping in style that statement is definitely accurate.
Dallas shopping offers antique lovers a great time while searching for that perfect treasure. At Forestwood Antique Mall, you can find more than 200 dealers. These specialize in crystal, oriental rugs, and more. Collectors can browse through 18th and 19th century furnishings. Most of these are English, French and American made.
For more antiques, don’t miss Unlimited Antique Mall. This is one of the first centers built and boasts more than two football fields in length. For those who don’t find antiquing an exhilarating activity there are 150 shops to keep you entertained.
Tip: Antique enthusiasts should visit the “showcase gallery” with 136 cases displaying prized items. Cake and tea is served during the afternoon hours.
Dallas shopping would not be complete without a trip to Highland Park Village. It’s one of the oldest malls in the country. You can find ordinary as well as name-brand shops.
However it’s said that Northpark Center sets the standards for all other shopping centers. It’s been around since 1965. There are over 160 stores as well as major department stores. Neiman Marcus is the most popular of all. It’s the epitome of elegance and style. For less expensive Dallas shopping you have several choices like Dillard’s and Macy’s.
An example of fine Dallas shopping is the Galleria Mall. Its glass vaulted atrium sits atop three levels of elegant boutiques. You’ll find Louis Vuitton, Armani, and Dior to name a few. The magnificent ice rink on the ground level is worth the visit.
An institution of Dallas shopping is the Market Center Complex. It’s a mall of enormous proportions with every type of shop. It’s also the venue of more than 200 trade shows per year.
Dallas Farmers Market is the last of a dying breed. It’s one of the few still remaining in the United States. However it’s still a great place to find fresh produce, flowers and specialty gifts.
Outlets and Specialty Shops
You can still find a bargain while Dallas shopping. At the several outlets throughout the city you can purchase clothing and accessories at discount prices.
Horchow Finale is one of these gems. Here you have the great opportunity of obtaining trendy Horchow and Neiman Marcus fashion, drastically reduced.
Somewhat more down to earth is the Inwood Outlet Center. You can buy everything from shoes to fragrances at great values.
The ladies love MyBag. It’s the place for unique and inexpensive handbags. They carry a very nice selection of evening purses.
Heart of the Home Gallery is a must for travelers who seek specialty gifts from North America. A large collection of Native American pottery and jewelry is a must see.
Don’t conclude your Dallas shopping without exploring Textile Arts. You’ll find original retro and mid-century fabrics. Visit the collection of Native American crafts.
In Dallas everything is grand!
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