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Where to Shop in Dallas This Weekend

I thought we’d let you get started early on your weekend shopping.

Heroes & Handbags Tomorrow: This year marks the seventh year for Heroes for Children’s annual handbag auction. Registration is still open so you can still grab a seat at the philanthropic society brunch/designer handbag auction at the Hilton Anatole. A good cause and good bags… life is good. Reserve your spot here.

Shopaholic Alert: Barneys Purple Card: Happening now online and in stores, when you spend $250 at Barneys (perhaps on these shoes?), you’ll receive a $25 gift card. Spend another $250, get another $25 gift card.

Dior at Dillard’s: Head to NorthPark Center’s Dillard’s and make a beeline for the Dior beauty counter on Saturday. From 10 am to 7 pm, beauty and fashion shows will be presented along with Dior beauty makeovers.

How-To at Movida: The affordable Mockingbird Station boutique is showing shoppers how to wear the spring and summer trends. Shop the looks without spending a fortune and take advantage of the in-store makeup, hair, and fashion stylists’ free advice. Plus, your purchase will be 20 percent off.

Bloomingdales, the outlet opens: Everyone keeps shouting, “We’re getting a Bloomies!” Well, yes, sort of. It’s the outlet in Park Lane. I think it will be a wonderful addition to the discount shopping over there, and, as Liz discovered, there’s a $25 for $50 coupon waiting for you to print out on Bloomingdale’s site.

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5 comments on “Where to Shop in Dallas This Weekend

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  2. Not hatin’ here, but I just finished my copy of D that I’d been missing and found an article on Dallas’ best Boutiques. While I agree that all the choices were excellent, I was curious how LA Connection on Lovers Lane was left out?

    Family members have been shopping at the Lovers Lane fixture, run by Leslie Vassallo, for almost 29 years. Leslie, forever one of Dallas’ best tennis players, has great active wear, reasonably priced, and everyone in the Park Cities has a few outfits from her. La Connection should’a been mentioned. You missed this great boutique.

    As the store readies for 3 decades on Lovers Lane, next door to Deno’s shoe repair, her success has been in spite of other great store closures in and around her. LA Connection has propped up the Miracle Mile for years. Show her some love…

    Jimbo

  3. Don’t be hatin’ or snobby that it’s an “outlet.” I was there and saw a lot of my favorite brands… Kate Spade, Rebecca Minkoff (beautiful red clutch), Zac Posen (his purses and wallets), Armani, Dolce & Gabana, D&G, Free People, French Connection and I got some Greylin. I forgot a bunch… JBrand, too! Oh! And LK Bennet! I got some good stuff, but didn’t get nearly everything I wanted. Too much!

  4. @Jimbo, good to know. The feature highlighted 10 under-the-radar shops we love, but it’s not to say those are the only shops we love.

    @re: Bloomie’s. No hate. There’s just been some confusion over whether the new location is a Bloomingdale’s storefront or outlet shop, and I was clarifying. I love a good designer steal.