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Where Do Dallas Celebs Like to Shop?

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Sarah Jaffe, musician, says, “When there’s time, I always try to make a stop at Dolly Python. And I’m usually giving in to Good Records if I’m in that area.”

Candice Crawford, TV reporter, fiancée of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, and one of the 10 Most Beautiful Women in Dallas 2010, says, “the Shops at Legacy, NorthPark, and Shops at Willow Bend.”

Victoria Snee, radio personality, says, “There is no question that my absolute favorite store is Neiman Marcus. They have the best selection of clothes, shoes, and accessories. I am a beauty junkie, so I end up spending lots of time in their cosmetics department. I am also a frequent shopper at Barneys. Their cosmetics area features lots of interesting, lesser-known brands that are truly spectacular and worth checking out. Barneys also has the best selection of Christian Louboutin shoes. My wallet wishes I didn’t know that!  Vince recently opened a store in Highland Park Village. I am crazy about their warm, cozy sweaters. There is a great boutique in Frisco called Sussie’s. They have a great selection of clothes from designers like Milly and Ella Moss and fun jewelry. I enjoy working out, and the best workout clothes are available at lululemon at NorthPark Center and Galleria Dallas. Their workout pants are magical! They make your rear look half its size – love that!”

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Mark Cuban, Dallas Mavericks owner, says, “Neiman Marcus, NorthPark Center, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble.”

Casey Thompson, Top Chef contestant and executive chef at Brownstone, says, “Restoration Hardware on Knox and Flirt Boutique.”

Kidd Kraddick, host of nationally-syndicated radio program Kidd Kraddick in the Morning, says, “Fry’s Electronic and Lower Greenville (for clothes).”

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