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3 Excellent Dallas Shopping Events to Hit This Holiday Season

From millennial-minded sales to classic candlelit events, visit these locally-owned businesses for some truly special finds.

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

 

Candlelight Walk on Henderson Avenue | November 30, 6-9pm

What’s better than shopping Henderson Avenue’s bevy of independently-owned stores? When those independently-owned stores offer discounts. What could top even that? Shopping those discounted, independently-owned stores, including Bella & Chloe, Planet Blue, Esther Penn, Milk & Honey, and The Gypsy Wagon, on a crisp December night by candlelight. Click here for more stores and details.

 

Blue Print Instagram Sale | December 5

You’re probably wondering what an Instagram sale actually looks like. Well, we’re not entirely sure, but when it’s hosted by the design-minded friends behind Uptown’s charming Blue Print store, we’re more than willing to venture into the unknown.

Here’s what we do know. Beginning Monday, December 5, at 10am, Blue Print will be posting old and new items, including these green and white pagoda chairs, to a special Instagram account, @blueprintstoresale. The first person to comment “sold” along with their email address will be sent an invoice for the item. How easy is that?

 

Set & Co. Holiday Market| December 10 & 11 (Hours TBD)

Save the date for Oak Cliff’s chicest kitchenwares shop’s second annual holiday market located in the old “church” space behind their W. Davis Street address. The vendor list has yet to be announced, but if the lineup is anything like last year’s, it’s sure to be a must-shop event.

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