Shopping on your brain? Need some new parts for a summer road trip or (gasp!) Get on a plane in search of sun and white sand? Whatever your shopping needs, there is a store for you to safely explore. Stores all around Dallas have emerged from their coronavirus-related closures and are using many new health and social distancing measures to ensure safe experiences for customers. Here are seven hot places to visit this month. Enjoy being back and don’t forget to wear your mask.
Jane and Coco
This beautiful backyard boutique reinvents the way luxury shoppers source their goods. Founded by Dallas interior designer Janet Rice, the glamorous resort-wear boutique is inspired by her love and life experiences in the West Indies. Brands include Lolita Jaca from Saint-Barth (of which she is the exclusive retailer), as well as TAJ, Pirette, Sunday Saint Tropez and Rosewater House. Think dresses, light blouses, perfumes and more. Jane and Coco can be purchased by private appointment only and interested buyers can contact Janet Rice directly at 214-563-1935 to make an appointment.
Kathy Fielder Shop
The popular boutique on Greenville Avenue offers private shopping parties for 10 people to facilitate the return of interested shoppers. Shopping for affordable yet chic clothes and lifestyle items while sipping champagne with your besties? Sign us up. Those who are not quite ready to return to retail stores just yet can purchase the well-edited collection. online.
The Conservatory on two
Beautiful and minimalist. That sums up the awe-inspiring 4,000-square-foot space that houses Brian Bolke’s latest stroke of genius. Located on the second floor of Highland Park Village (enter by elevator between Chanel and Starbucks), the store features over 40 new and / or exclusive brands in the Dallas area and ranging from everything from men’s and women’s clothing to fine -being and even household items. Learn more in this story.
End of lands
The Preston Ridge Center in Frisco will host the brand’s final brick and mortar store on June 18. Several health precautions have been implemented to ensure safety, in particular markings on the ground to encourage social distancing and barriers installed at the cash desk to avoid contact with people. The store showcases the brand’s staples for men and women, and includes swimwear, dresses, shorts and school uniforms.
Legacy West store debuts “The cities, “which helps brands get back on their feet by offering free shelf space. The top 12 brands include Yourlixir, Soko, Field and Blow Balloons. The store also offers curbside pickup and delivery on same day.And as always, you can buy them online.
Many people have used quarantine both for reading and to support small businesses. And what better way to do both than to visit this independent bookstore, which recently moved to Lovers Lane just a hop, hop, and Eatzi jump. Not only are the staff extremely knowledgeable about the books they stock, but it’s nearly impossible not to be inspired to learn something new from someone new.
Caffeinated Beauty Bar
After COVID-related delays, Bishop Arts’ new store, Caffeinated Beauty Bar, is officially open. Co-founded by Brooke Allen, a Dallas entrepreneur with a passion for retail, Caffeinated offers women’s clothing, jewelry, accessories and skin care, like the CBD-infused Fitish line. They offer a range of transitional styles that are fun, flirty, and appeal to the fabulous twenties. Learn more in this story.