Now’s the time to get your holiday shopping done before the craziness of the festive season sets in. If you happen to be in Dallas/Fort Worth, here’s where to shop until you drop.


NorthPark Center- One of the top Dallas malls, NorthPark brings together art and high fashion. Works by renowned artists mingle with luxury brands like Bottega Veneta, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton, as well as beloved American labels. Located in the elegant University Park neighborhood, NorthPark also has four anchor stores: Nordstrom, Macy’s, Dillard’s, and Neiman Marcus.

Galleria Dallas – Galleria Dallas offers a mix of high-end apparel and accessories labels (think Gucci and Louis Vuitton) and established brands like Banana Republic or Lucky Brand Jeans. Pottery Barn and Le Creuset offer all kinds of things for the home as well. If you’re traveling more than 50 miles, get your VIP Privilege Card with your photo ID.

Highland Park Village – Highland Park Village, north of downtown Dallas, was built in the 1930s in the Spanish Mediterranean style with a central plaza surrounded by stores. Browse through fashion-forward brands like Chanel, Fendi, Valentino, and Celine while enjoying the stylish architecture.


Allen Premium Outlets – The city of Allen, less than 30 miles north of downtown Dallas, is a leading shopping and entertainment destination. Allen Premium Outlets recently underwent a big expansion and now houses well over 100 stores. Favorite premium brands, like 7 For All Mankind, Coach, Elie Tahari, Fossil, and ASICS offer up to 65% savings and great deals.


Shops at Legacy – Ensconced in the heart of Plano, The Shops at Legacy offer boutique shopping and dining with a neighborhood feel. Shop for unique gifts at independent boutiques like Lily Rain, Kendra Scott, and Ella Bleu, or scour D’Hierro or Oil & Vinegar for specialty items.

The Shops at Willow Bend – The Shops at Willow Bend recently underwent a multi-million-dollar renovation and there are now more than 120 stores and three department stores. Finding the perfect gift is easy with retailers like Ann Taylor, Brooks Brothers, Crate & Barrel, H&M, Talbots and Skechers, to name a few. Dining options include Knife Steakhouse and Whistle Britches.


Stonebriar Centre – Frisco, a fast-growing city north of Dallas, is a vibrant shopping, dining, and entertaining destination. Stonebriar Centre has six department stores, a 24-screen AMC movie theater, 200 individual stores, a food court, and restaurants. With brands like Banana Republic, Michael Kors, Athleta, and The Body Shop, you’ll find a gift for everyone.


Grapevine Mills- Grapevine Mills‘ location, two miles from Dallas/Fort Worth airport, makes it ideal for a last-minute shopping spree before your flight. Its 180 stores include Ann Taylor Factory Store, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Coach Factory, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH and Nike Factory Store.


North East Mall – North East Mall is a regional mall with two separate units: North East Mall and The Shops at North East Mall, an open-air mall nearby. Brands include Gap, Hollister California, James Avery, and Michael Kors, as well as department stores like Macy’s and JCPenney. It’s also a few minutes away from Six Flags and AT&T Stadium.

Fort Worth

Hulen Mall – Hulen Mall is a few miles away from Sundance Square in southwest Fort Worth. Its 127 stores include well-known brands like Charlotte Russe, H&M, Forever 21, Express, Kay Jewelers, and Oakley, as well as department stores like Dillard’s and Macy’s. You can also combine your shopping with a touch of the Wild West with a visit to the nearby Stockyards.

Crockett Row at West 7th – Crockett Row at West 7th comprises five city blocks of retail and dining in the Cultural District with a village-like feel. Listen to live music by local bands while you shop at Yves Delorme Paris, West Elm, and Flirt Boutique. Then, grab a bite at Fireside Pies, Mash’d, or Kona Grill.

While you’re in town, you’ll be able to find a Hilton near all of these shopping options.

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