Here are some of the best spots to browse if you are in the area:
With more than 200 stores over 4 levels you will need to put aside some serious browsing time. You will be rewarded with some of America's best known names such as Nordstrom, Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue.
As well as a mega shopping area of 2,000,000 square feet, there is also a stunning art collection with pieces from the likes of Andy Warhol and Joel Shapiro, as well as a theatre. Ranks among top 5 best spots for shopping in the country!
This store has a long history as it was established in 1914 and has 5 floors of goodies such as designer labels for the whole family as well as gifts and home furnishings.
Highland Park Village
To see how the other half live, you may want to wander around iconic shopping centre, which is set amongst grand mansions and comprises of a series of designer shops on tree-lined streets.
Allen Premium Outlets
For designer labels but without the hefty price tag try this outlet where branded items can be bagged for between 25% to 65% off retail prices.
Forty Five Ten Downtown Dallas
Another boutique experience with plenty of luxury items can be found here over four levels, and with a host of names such as Thom Browne and Mark Jacob as well as many accessories.
Anteks Home Furnishings
If furniture and decor is more your thing you may want to try this emporium with everything from American Indian styled Navajo rugs to Pendleton blankets and cowhide chairs.
First Monday Trade Days
One of the best spots for rummaging, this flea market is known for miles around as one of the oldest and biggest in the country. There are stalls with everything you could imagine including collectibles, crafts and jewellery.
La Mariposa Imports
For a Mexican styled shopping experience try this colourful stop-off. Here you will find goods reminiscent of Central and South America such as embroidered dresses and ponchos as well as pottery and textiles.
Froggie's 5 and 10
Last but not least, you really must try this quirky toy shop with it's massive array of goods from robots and kites to dolls and drones, and it appeals to children and adults alike!
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