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Your Dallas Design District Holiday Shopping Guide

Ready or not, December is in full swing. And if you still have a list of people to buy for, forget the craziness of the mall and head, instead, to the Dallas Design District. There’s something for everyone — even that special someone who is impossible to shop for. 

The Fashionable Male

For the man who’s always got it together, stop by Edo Popken of Switzerland. Your guy will love the upscale, unique fashions, including limited-edition dress shirts, club blazers and silk pocket squares. If your man is more into street style, head to Collective Status for its extensive selection of sneakers, hats, and clothing from brands such as D9, Stussy and Dope Couture. 

The Bride to Be

Every bride wants to look perfect for her big day (and night). You may just help her find her new obsession with a gift card from The Barre Code. And then to show off her new barre body, lingerie from Zsofia’s Fine Lingerie will keep the bride blushing. Of course, you can never go wrong with a beautiful handmade piece of high-quality glass art or a vase from LMB Art Glass

The Budding Sommelier

Everyone has that one friend who always knows which wine goes best with what. For them, look no further than Inwood Estates. It’s family-owned and operated, and every wine is handcrafted with 35 years of winemaking experience. There’s really no better place to get a bottle of genuine Texas wine for your vino-loving friend.

The Quirky One

And who doesn’t love that one-of-a-kind friend who loves their one-of-a-kind finds? Check out the gallery at Griffin Trading, where you’ll find everything from contemporary art to 18th-century curiosities. Or pick out a uniquely restored and refurbished vintage piece from Again & Again. Your friend can’t help but be impressed by what you discover there. 

There may only be a few days left to shop for the holidays, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for whatever you can get. Wrap up all your last-minute holiday shopping with the help of the Dallas Design District. 

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