Five Dallas Pop-Ups and Sales to Shop This Weekend

So much shopping, and so little time.

Oh you like shopping, do you? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This week, we’re rounding up some of the best Dallas sales to help you plan the your weekend.

 

The Gypsy Wagon’s Johnny Was Trunk Show // Friday-Sunday

Get your wardrobe summer ready with Johnny Was’ lovely laid back looks. Stop by The Gypsy Wagon for the designer’s annual trunk show through Sunday to place your custom order.

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Flea Style // Saturday

The Dallas market’s biggest show to date is happening tomorrow at Fair Park. Click for more details about the show, and discover the vendors you’ll want to keep an eye out for at the Automobile Building tomorrow.

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Market Highland Park’s Sale // Limited Time

If you haven’t made your way to Highland Park Village’s sprawling new lifestyle boutique, this is a solid reason. For a limited time, shoppers can score 70% off Market’s sale merchandise, which ranges from home décor and jewelry to women’s apparel. When you’re done snagging deals, treat yourself to a MiCo Mambo Taxi next door.

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Tom Dixon’s Semi-Annual Event // Through March 15

Who makes great tea? Brits. Who makes great tea accessories? British designer Tom Dixon. Shop his innovative home wares at McKinney Avenue’s Nest while they’re 15% off through March 15.

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Jan Showers’ March Madness Sale // Ends March 31

The Dallas designer’s epic annual sale is back in full swing. Shoppers can save up to 75% off at her Slocum Street showroom knowing that a portion of their purchase will be going to Dwell With Dignity.

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Honorable Mention: Hello Kitty Café Pop-Up // Saturday, 10-8pm

Because cuteness.

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