Retro Cowboy is a playground for the person who has everything. This boutique offers unique gifts and souvenirs that don't exist anywhere else in Fort Worth, let alone in all of Texas or perhaps even all of the Southwest. This shop in Sundance Square offers plenty of Texas-specific gifts such as cowboy boots and John Wayne lunchboxes, but it also features things a little more unusual. Visitors rave about the Dublin Dr. Pepper, sweetened with pure cane sugar rather than the sticky high fructose corn syrup that most of today's soda's contain.
Earth Bones has been providing unique gifts to the Fort Worth area for more than 20 years. This is the kind of store you go into with no preconceived notions of what you're looking for; rather, spend your time sorting through a collection of possible gifts - ranging from cute to just plain out there - and let the right gift find you. Find here a mix of assorted items ranging from jewelry and clothing to incense and candles. You're pretty much guaranteed to find the perfect something for your friends or loved ones here at Earth Bones.
Located a short distance from downtown, this fine shopping center has specialty shops and restaurants to fit different budgets. You can dine at Blue Mesa Grill, Chili's Grill & Bar, Water or La Piazza. University Park Village has 17 unique specialty stores, including Bath & Body Works, Wolfe Camera, Omaha Steaks and Hallmark Showcase. In addition, there are nine ladies' apparel shops(including Banana Republic Women, Harold's and Victoria's Secret), three men's clothing shops (including John L. Ashe and the Gap), four children's wear shops(including GapKids, Beyond Conception and the Limited Too) and shoe stores such as Nine West, Ann Taylor and Stride Rite.
If a couple thousand families and novelty shops got together to hold the world's largest garage sale, it might look like Trader's Village Flea Market. More than 1,800 booths sprawl over 106 acres, selling everything: antiques, pottery, dolls, comic books, collectibles of all types, crafts, jewelry and, of course, a little assorted junk. Some booths do accept credit cards, but it is wise to have cash on hand; an ATM is also available. In addition to the shopping, there are rides and arcade games for children. Many weekends feature some kind of special event, such as a chili cookout, a boxing tournament or a tractor show. Call the park or check out the Web site for the annual calendar of events.
This elegant two-level mall is just minutes away from Downtown Fort Worth. Anchor stores include Nordstrom's, Neiman Marcus, Dillard's, Foley's and JCPenney. The food court houses 13 different eateries and seats approximately 500 patrons. There are clothing, jewelry, shoes, sporting goods stores for women, men and children as well as numerous specialty stores. In addition, there are two full-service restaurants. Strollers can be rented near Sears and Foley's on the upper and lower levels.
Located in the Northwood Plaza Shopping Center, this antique mall offers you the opportunity to step back in time, or a short while though. Revel in the selection of antique christening dresses, fringed lampshades, carnival glass, older lamps, Brio toys and early 1900s jewelry, among many other items. You can stop in for lunch at the Ivy Gardens Tea Room.
Ann Taylor Loft is a celebrated and well established name in the world of fashion. Rather than following the latest trends, it always creates and sets fashion fundas of its own. It constantly innovates the clothing line and apparel to incorporate the ever changing needs of the global customers. It offers complete solutions with a wide range of ever expanding merchandise. Designs and patterns always capture the mood of the season and infuse freshness in the colors and fabrics offered. The adorable range of maternity suits and dresses, lets the would-be-mothers ride the fashion wave. Elegant shoes and cool bags, perfect for all events await you. Check-out the shopping galore located in the Hulen Mall.
Strategically located near Texas Christian University amidst a host of office centers and towers, Hulen Mall is one of the most frequently visited malls in the area. It features more than 120 specialty shops and two anchor stores, Dillard's and Foley's. There are multiple clothing shops for men, women and children; you will also find shoes, sporting goods, home furnishings, jewelry, music and home entertainment. The food court holds 12 small eateries, with a huge shared dining area in the middle. Fashion shows and children's productions are also regular events here.
Ernest Tubb Record Store, founded by the legendary Ernest Tubb himself, has been a favorite among country music fans for over 65 years in the Fort Worth Stockyards district. The records are painstakingly organized, making it easy for music browsers to find exactly what they seek in this revered store. In some ways, this record store is as much a museum as it is a shop, with records dating back decades for you to find and add to your own personal collection.
Pinkies Uncommon Treasures is a unique boutique that offers a number of one-of-a-kind gifts and accessories. The shop's cowgirl roots show through in every piece, from its hand-crafted Texas-inspired jewelry to Western-style clothing. Pinkies Uncommon Treasures also carries a selection of furniture to ensure that your space matches the aesthetic of your cowgirl-fab wardrobe.
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