So many new boutique openings in DFW, yet so little time. We'll help you narrow down the hit list of shops debuting in Dallas this Fall by sharing a few of our fashionable favorites.
LF. Opening Thursday in Dallas' West Village, this LA import is our favorite among the new boutiques debuting in the metroplex. Known for its fashion forward aesthetic, even LF's online lookbooks are enough to make us want to overhaul our wardrobe. Our Fall picks from LF include the semi-sheer leather trimmed dresses and asymmetrical skirts. 3699 McKinney Avenue.
Stella McCartney. Located in chic Highland Park Village, Stella McCartney holds its grand opening this week with a major bash in collaboration with Christie's Auction House. The gorgeous label will also unveil its Dallas-exclusive version of McCartney's Falabella tote during the opening, and though there's no word on whether or not Paul's famous daughter will attend the event, we're sure it will be fabulous with or without her fashionable presence. We can't wait to check out McCartney's structured suits for Fall. 18 Highland Park Village.
Demerara. Just opened on the north side of the West Village, Demerara is owned by adorable Dallas sisters Cassie and Andrea Ganesh, the shop features contemporary clothing for women and men. We adore the boutique's collection of perfect frocks and leather pieces for Fall date nights. 3699 McKinney Avenue, Suite 405.
Milk & Honey. Opening in October, new boutique Milk & Honey will stock sartorially cool labels in a uniquely designed space on Henderson Avenue. Even better, owner Brittany Thomas specializes in buying pieces that are priced under $100. Her own eclectic taste is reflected throughout the collections she chooses, and we're fairly certain Milk & Honey will be our go-to shop for all things fashionable this Fall. Henderson Avenue.
Amabel Designs. Watters Creek is welcoming jewelry boutique Amabel this Fall. We love shiny, crystal-covered things from the label, and vintage-inspired rings by Amabel are on our list of must-haves this season. The bling boutique also has a budget-friendly price point, with pieces starting around $25. Elsewhere in the Allen, Texas-based shopping center, Anthropoligie, Ann Taylor, and Soma Intimates will be opening stores during the Fall and holiday seasons. 970 Garden Park Drive in Allen.
Trina Turk. Highland Park Village added contemporary label Trina Turk to its selection of polished shops recently, and Dallas girls are already raiding the boutique's home collection for ultra-cool accessories to compliment their abodes. We, of course, are addicted to the colorful and flattering frocks by Trina Turk that are ideal for the dozen of Fall events going on in Dallas during the coming months. Insider's hint - Trina Turk is one of the few places in town where you can find adorable swimwear and beachy coverups year round. 93 Highland Park Village.
Kendra Scott. Haute jeweler will soon open her Dallas-based boutique in the West Village, and though we love her colorful designs, we're most excited about the "Color Bar" that will be installed in store. Shoppers will be able to have custom bling created to coordinate with any dress or accessory; just bring in the garment of your choice and the jewelers at Kendra Scott will make a special piece to compliment your look. The best part - the boutique promises a quick turnaround for the specialized service, with some jewels ready the same day. 3699 McKinney Avenue.