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5 Dallas Shops to Hunt for the Perfect Easter Dress

What constitutes a really great Easter dress? A breezy print or a pretty pastel is a must. Something flowy is always nice as well as a fun, girly structure. But ultimately, it has to be a dress that you’d feel comfortable wearing to tea with your grandmother. That’s a tall order for you, Easter dress, but we know you’re out there somewhere. In fact, we even scouted a few that we’ve collected right here. Happy hunting!

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Kira Plastinina Shares Her 5 Favorite Dallas Stores

This past Wednesday, we caught up with Kira to learn more about her most recent collaboration with Tinker Tailor, a website that lets shoppers customize exclusive pieces from top designers, and to get a little insight into where the fashion designer likes to shop when she’s in town. Click here to browse (and customize!) Kira’s Pre-Fall ’15 collection on Tinker Tailor, and see below for her top five favorite stores to hit while she’s in Dallas.

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Gwyneth Paltrow Visits Highland Park Village

It’s been a big year for Gwyneth Paltrow. From coining the term “conscious uncoupling” to opening a new pop-up shop in Dallas, the mother of two has a résumé filled with titles like “actress,” “singer,” and “lifestyle guru.” The Highland Park Village Goop store opened on Monday, but it wasn’t until Thursday night that Dallas’ style stars […]

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Double R Makes the Perfect White Shirt

Every girl has her own version of comfort-zone chic, but more often than not it goes something like this: a simple white button down, some killer denim, and great pair of pumps. We’ve already taken the guesswork out of finding the perfect pair of jeans, and new store Double R makes sure you have the shirt to match. The owners of the 600-square-foot Plaza at Preston Center shop, Jen and Ravi Ratan, don’t think that one-size-fits-all. Rather, each shirt, tunic, dress, and jacket at their store is completely custom made.

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The Silver Soul Jewelry Airstream Trailer is On the Move

Local jewelry designer Molly Sharp lives a rock-and-roll lifestyle. From her long-tressed musician husband and polished-yet-bohemian home in East Dallas to her effortless free-spirited sense of style—everything has a so-cool-you’ll-be-jealous vibe about it. And her new jewelry shop, The Silver Soul, is no different. Shoppers will find the 1966 Safari Airstream Trailer filled with rings inspired by […]

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The Akola Project Lays Roots in Deep Ellum

The Akola Project’s flagship store is now open and ready for business in Deep Ellum. The non-profit jewelry company offers four different collections: paper beads, horn, metals, and glass. The pieces are accessibly priced, ranging from $25 to $250, with most falling below $100. The best part? All of the proceeds from these handcrafted pieces benefit the Ugandan women who created them. The jewelry is just as beautiful and vibrant as the story behind it. Color me impressed.

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Check Out Elements’ Remodeled Space (Then Shop It This Weekend)

You need a bachelorette party/first date/black tie wedding/every day outfit, stat. Instead of wasting your time (and gas) roving all over Dallas for the perfect ensemble, stop by one of the city’s worst kept shopping secrets, Elements. Connie Sigel, the boutique’s owner, recently remodeled and merchandized her shop with new lines, many of which are exclusive to the store. Stevie Moore, the Elements’ ultra-cool shopgirl, gave us the full tour, starting with Edit by Elements, which replaced Elle.

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