Where to shop in Dallas right now: 8 must-hit stores for November

This year is unique in that Dallas shoppers can expect more than holiday sales, Black Friday deals, and other tired attempts to draw you out of your house and into the shops. The holidays are welcoming a fresh crop of stores and opportunities to shop exciting brands. And just like Santa, some shops are here and gone in a flash, so you’d best not delay.

There’s a pop-up shop for the Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Collection at For Home Forty Five Ten. 
Photo by Wade Griffith

This pop-up shop is located on level one near Dillard’s in NorthPark Center and features jewelry from the nonprofit that empowers women in proverty in Uganda and Dallas. One hundred percent of Akola revenue is reinvested in the mission to help these women transform their families and communities. The shop is set to remain open through the holidays.

Balani Custom Clothiers 
This Chicago-based luxury suit experience has opened its second Texas shop at 701 Commerce Street in downtown Dallas. The brand offers custom-tailored business wear, formal wear, casual clothing, and accessories in a highly personalized design process that can happen in your home, office, or at their store. Custom suits begin at $899, and the average production time is six weeks.

Cartier has moved to Highland Park Village. 
Photo by Slyworks Photography

The luxury jeweler recently relocated from NorthPark Center to Highland Park Village to offer its customer a more elevated and advanced shopping experience. The intimate boutique features some of the brand’s highly prized collections, including the Cactus de Cartier and the Tank watch. There is also an impressive collection of classic jewelry and fine timepieces.

Cuyana has a pop-up shop in NorthPark Center now through the holidays.  
Photo courtesy of Cuyana

This pop-up shop, just outside of Neiman Marcus on level one at NorthPark Center, is urging customers to adapt a “fewer, better” philosophy when shopping. The brand’s timeless pieces include bags, clothes, and leather goods, and there is live monogramming on site for in-store purchases of most leather items. The shop is set to remain open through the holidays.

For Home Forty Five Ten
Head to the original Henderson outpost for a pop-up shop for the Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Collection. Knoll and celebrated interior designer and architect David Rockwell collaborated on the collection of improvisational elements, and For Home Forty Five Ten is the only retailer to showcase the line. Think tables, pillows, seating, telly screens, and more. This pop-up lasts through December.

Akola Project has a pop-up shop in NorthPark Center now through the holidays. 
Photo courtesy of Akola Project

Of course a brand chooses Dallas as the location of its first United States pop-up shop. Located on Henderson Avenue next to Buda Juice, this minimalist makeup brand brought the whole collection for the Texas beauty obsessed. Think Cloud Paint, Boy Brow, skin tint, and lip glosses. The shop is set to remain open through Wednesday, November 15.

Don’t miss the newest opening of the NorthPark Center bunch on level one near Neiman Marcus. This serves as the first store in Texas for the luxury travel accessories brand that is equal parts contemporary and functional. You’ll find backpacks, luggage, pet accessories, and more.

Neiman Marcus 
Who can resist cult favorite beauty products? Check out the NorthPark store’s just-opened Trending Beauty section in the cosmetics department. Here you will find fun products that are blowing up the beauty industry, such as Ouai, Sunday Riley, Dr. Barbara Sturm, UMA Oils, and more. The only problem will be deciding which products to buy now and which to come back for after you get your Christmas money from Grandma.


11.14.17 | 1:34 pm

Leave a Reply