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Where to shop in Dallas right now: 9 must-have stores for April

It’s a busy month and flowers aren’t the only ones to grow in April. There are pop-ups, shopping rides and grand openings galore. It’s one of those months when if you can’t find something to buy, it might be time to clean out your closet to make room for new additions to your closet.

Anna Sheffield
Shop for fine jewelry at this luxury brand’s pop-up April 22-24 in the Crescent Court Hotel’s Loft Suite. Whether you’re looking for one of the brand’s nesting and stacking bracelets, engagement rings or other fine jewelry, the gang will present the best in bling. The pop-up takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Interested buyers should RSVP to Shannon@annasheffield.com.

apricot street
A new owner and a refreshed product line bring this temporarily closed brand back to Galleria Dallas. Reopening on level two next to Macy’s, this independent boutique offers fashion finds that the brand says reflect the North Texas region. Quantities are limited to avoid popular styles being everywhere and worn by everyone – we appreciate this attempt to encourage a bit of individuality in a world where everyone seems to want to look and dress the same .

Bella Bra Shop
Nicolle Silva, Oregon firefighter turned Texas bra fitter, just opened this size-inclusive lingerie boutique at 4885 Alpha Rd., Ste. 125 (near Galleria Dallas). The store caters to women of all shapes and sizes offering, they say, the widest selection of sizes available in the greater DFW area, including band widths from 28 to 56 inches and AO cup sizes. They also sell nursing bras, bridal underwear, mastectomies, support swimsuits, and solution pieces for underwear needs, in addition to sleepwear ranging in size XS. to 3XL.

Center x La Joule
In honor of Dallas Art Month, the Center opened Center Court at the Joule. It is now open and will remain at 1604 Main Str. for the next three months. Think of the golden age of tennis colliding with modern streetwear. From sweatbands to limited-edition windbreakers and even vintage Rolex watches and sunglasses, there’s something for everyone who can appreciate a bold, handsome pop-up.

at Gregory’s
The brand is opening its third location, at Galleria Dallas, following outposts at NorthPark Center in Dallas and also on Melrose in Los Angeles; it’s on level one across from the Apple Store. Gregory’s has been a go-to for fashionable women for 30 years looking for the latest clothes and accessories from the hottest designers. The store caters to women and men with clothing and footwear, and also offers handbags, accessories and jewelry. It claims to be one of the last independent “mom and pop shops” still in operation.

The Crucible
The French cookware brand known for its beautiful colors and looks is holding one of its infrequent in-person sales, for the first time since 2020. Le Creuset, whose colorful Dutch ovens are a favorite among bakers and restaurants in the know, will host its “Factory to Table Sale,” a four-day shopping event at the Dallas Market Center from April 21-24. While VIP tickets have sold out, tickets are still available for the big shopping event on April 22 through April 24. Learn more about it in this story.

Market
There are two jewelry trunk watches to mark on your cal. On Saturday April 23, stop by for Sig Ward’s Trunk Show and her personal appearance, followed by Hannah Ferguson and her Trunk Show on Friday April 28. Last but not least, J. Logan Home of Palm Beach is now transported to the store. It is the first store other than The Webster in Miami to house the brand.

Reformation
Highland Park Village welcomes Reformation’s second presence in Dallas with an exciting pop-up store. Available collections include Ref Shoes 2.0, linen and various denim styles, in addition to the brand’s signature dresses, perfect for beating the Texas heat. Don’t forget that customers can also recycle their old Reformation products to receive credit towards future purchases. Customers can also see if their item has been upcycled, recycled or downcycled here. (Talk about a company that doesn’t just talk, but walks the walk. Respect.)

Weir’s
It’s been three years, but the family-owned furniture store is finally back in its shiny new Knox Street digs. It’s bigger and better, but one thing is the same is the brand’s commitment to customer service and high-quality furniture for families. Keep an eye out for reopening coupons and a certificate for a free bag of candy at the general store.