Dallas-Fort Worth, United States
Shopping in Dallas Texas, USA: Handcrafts, Souvenirs & Malls
If you love to go shopping, Dallas is a paradise for shoppers since it features a great variety of shopping malls and outlets, offering all sorts of specialty stores which offer clothing, shoes, household appliances, furniture, electronics and lots more. Dallas is renowned for its prestigious boutiques and shopping malls like the first Neiman Marcus department store which has its headquarters in the city. Highland Park Village is another famous shopping mall as well as the first shopping mall in the United States.
In the surrounding areas in Dallas, you can also find excellent shopping malls where you can buy all kinds of brand items. Have a pleasant day visiting various shopping malls, which offer different entertainment options for the whole family. If you are looking for a traditional souvenir from Dallas, there are also many stores offering all kinds of western items such as the famous Wild Bill's Western Store and Pink's Western Wear. In Dallas, you can have an unforgettable shopping experience in any neighborhood because you can find a great variety of stores and shopping centers.
Highland Park Village
This was the first shopping center in United States and was declared a National Historic Landmark. Highland Park Village is an excellent option to go shopping while on vacations in Dallas. It features a variety of stores and boutiques besides prestigious designer stores like Escada, Banana Republic, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, and many other brands. There are jewelry stores, bookstores, shoe stores and all sorts of merchandise for the best shopping.
Allen Premium Outlets
More than 100 outlet stores like Kenneth Cole, Michael Kors, Neiman Marcus, Guess, Fossil, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic and more are located in this fabulous mall. All year round, you will find impressive savings on clothing for the whole family and on all kinds of home furnishings.
Have a great shopping and entertainment experience at this shopping mall. Galleria Dallas features an ice skating center and more than 200 stores like Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany, Louis Vuitton, Banana Republic, Abercrombie and many others. After shopping, you can enjoy a delicious meal in some of the restaurants located here.
Dallas Market Center
Dallas Market Center is a four building complex and the world's largest wholesale merchandise mart. More than 400,000 visitors including more than 200,000 retailers and buyers from all over the United States and 84 countries come to this complete wholesale marketplace. You can find home furnishings, decorative accents and more than 12,000 brand accessories and apparel.
This luxury shopping mall features prestigious stores like Barneys New York, Bottega, Swarovski, Louis Vuitton, Herve Leger, Kenneth Cole, L'Occitane, MaxMara, Montblanc, Movado, Michael Kors and more. The shopping mall also has art exhibitions by Raymond Nasher and his wife, important sculptors who contributed to the promotion of art and culture in the city of Dallas. Northpark Center holds fashion shows and other interesting events.
This is a modern district in Dallas where you will find many options to go shopping and enjoy at the same time the variety of restaurants, bars, coffee shops and movie theaters. Retail stores such as Ann Taylor, Assembly, Allen Edmons, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Adikt, Gap, Trousseau and more are waiting for you in this contemporary mall.
This shopping mall is named after the Mockingbird Rail Station in Dallas. Mockingbird Station features lofts, movie theaters and retail stores like Victoria's Secret, Gap, Oscar Fierro, American Apparel, Urban Outfitters and similar type stores which offer all kinds of clothing, jewelry, and electronic items at affordable prices.
This shopping mall is located in downtown Dallas, in the Oak Lawn District and offers a great variety of shops, restaurants and boutiques like Duncan Quinn, G-Star and V.O.D. Victory Park is a residential and commercial area and is another option for shopping in Dallas.
Valley View Center
The shopping mall offers a play area for kids and entertainment for the whole family. It has a lot of boutiques and national chain stores like JC Penney, Sears, Dillard's as well as stores like Victoria's Secret. There are all kinds of restaurants offering American, Asian or Italian cuisine where you can enjoy a delicious meal after your shopping spree.
The Shops at Willow Bend
Banana Republic, Aveda, Dillard's, Lacoste, L'Occitane, Neiman Marcus, Macy's, Nine West, Saks Fifth Avenue and Puma are just some of the exclusive stores where you can go shopping and spend a fabulous day at this modern shopping mall.
Apart from spending a great day in stores like Nordstrom, Dillard's, Sears, Banana Republic, JC Penney, Abercrombie, Clinique, Gap, Soho and more, you can also enjoy a movie or enjoy a meal in the restaurants located in this shopping center.
This mall features more than 180 stores and various restaurants. Grapevine Mills has renowned brand stores like Abercrombie and Fitch, Old Navy, Oakley Vault, Victoria's Secret, Ann Taylor and more where you will find everything for your shopping needs.
Southlake Town Square
This modern outdoor shopping mall in Southlake features approximately 90 prestigious stores like American Eagle Outfitters, Ann Taylor, Apple Computer Store, Gap, New York and Company and Nine West. It also offers various entertainment activities and a variety of restaurants.
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