Dallas Market Center, located on 175 acres just minutes northeast of Downtown Dallas, includes Market Hall, the World Trade Center, the Dallas Trade Center, the International Menswear Mart and the Apparel Mart. While most of the buildings are generally not open to the public, Market Hall is privately owned and hosts numerous arts-and-craft shows, antique shows, boat shows and various other events throughout the year. The Infomart, also considered part of this huge complex, is known as the world's largest high-tech information resource center. Some offices, trade shows, computer classes and exhibits are open to the public. The timings of public shows vary.
Those who love to collect and wear retro rags from the 50's and the 60's will enjoy this quaint little shop. Named after the store-owner's grandmother, who was quite a spunky lady in her prime, the store boasts of everything vintage, from halter and cocktail numbers to tiny mini-skirts and long, matronly dresses. Coats and furs abound here, as do scarves, purses, ties and an assortment of delicate and intricately designed jewelry. Shop in the company of a pleasant store attendant, and satisfy all your cravings for classic fashion!
A lot of home shopping can be done at Fete. If you have a new home or looking for a gift for somebody's housewarming, this is your stop. From rugs, bedsheets and towels to lamp shades and curtains, the list is endless. If you are lucky you may benefit from the many discounts on offer. So hurry!
Largest source for Continental European antiques in the USA, Inessa Stewart's Antiques boasts of a huge collection of collectibles in three showrooms in two states. The store is home to an amazing collection of antiques and art from all over the continent which are perfect for decorating and furnishing your home and office. The Inessa Stewart Collection is a brilliant assemblage of new items designed to complement the classic European look, with over 400 paintings, and hundreds of other decorative items. All items are hand-selected by Inessa and lovingly restored by their expert in-house staff. Shop from over 4,500 items on their comprehensive website which is updated daily. Check website for more details.
Antique shopping is met with a twist as this store focuses on manly stuff, truly a rare find in cliche vintage shops. Cigar boxes, war memorabilia, sports accessories, pinball machines, you name it and you're gonna find it at DFW M'Antiques. If, by some improbable logic, the prized possessions can't win you over, the friendly atmosphere and the beer in the fridge surely will. Let the women, for once, complain about shopping!
This clothing store, at the end of the Bishops Art District has more childrens clothes (girls 0-14) (boys 0-7) per square inch than can be contained. They even put racks out on the porch of this reused home. However, clothing and a few items that may belong in a diaper bag are the specialty so don't expect an array of children's items. The clothing is a wide variety and definitely tips the cuteness factor. If a baby shower is in the future, stopping here might just be what is needed.
Located in the Bishops Art District, this unique gift shop is a blast to visit. It is most commonly visited for the handmade soaps and bath items from natural products around the work. However, it should be noted for the amazing candles and unique gift items. The prices are very reasonable, which can be difficult around this shopping center. A stop here will be one of fun and complete relaxation after smelling the different products that will surely put you in a natural state of mind.
Bishop Street Market is less of a traditional market and more of a unique artistic gift shop with one-of-a-kind items ranging from sculptures to soaps to the most creative gift cards in the city. If individual is your style then you will meet your match here. Voted "Best Gift Store" by such notable sources as "D" Magazine, The Dallas Morning News, and Texas Monthly, how can you pass by without a stop?
401 Wynnewood Village Shopping Centre Dallas, TX 75224
This is a shopping center with a bit of history behind it. Located in Wynnewood, it was established in 1954 to the small shopping area in the locality, while it was being developed into a residential community. At the time, it housed several departmental stores as well as the building for the Wynnewood post office. Today, the Wynnewood Village Shopping Center is a necessary stopover for any tourist visiting the area. It houses the best of brands and continues to hold its own among new retail mega stores.
2955 South State Highway 360 Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Dance teachers and square dance callers swear by Forever Young-if you've heard it or danced to it, chances are good that they will have it. With a huge selection of vinyl records as well as plentiful newer formats like CDs and cassettes, Forever Young can meet almost any musical need. Being family owned, Forever Young has a "warm fuzzy" atmosphere. There's a friendly staff that are always willing to go the extra mile to get you what you want.
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