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Where to Shop in Dallas This Weekend

Where to Shop in Dallas This Weekend

By Jessica Mitzner |

Trunk Show at Number One: This Friday and Saturday, head to Highland Park Village to check out new styles from Urban Zen, the philanthropic fashion line from Donna Karen that works to empower local economies around the globe. Ten percent of purchases this weekend will benefit the Family Place and Urban Zen foundation.

New Markdowns at Bloom: Through April 8, take an additional 40 percent off already discounted merchandise. For online purchases, use the code “finalsale.”

Trunk Show at Stanley Korshak: The store is hosting a new collection of Mark Davis bangles on Friday and Saturday–think bright colors, semi-precious stones, and tribal-inspired patterns. In other words, perfect for spring.

Storewide Discount at Panacea: This boutique is offering 35 percent off the entire store through April 7.

ARTsPARK at NorthPark: Okay, so it’s not exactly shopping, but this Saturday is the perfect chance to get a little cultured. Starting at noon, local arts organizations will be in the mall, with live music, performances, and information about how to get involved in the community.

Jessica Mitzner is a ShopTalk intern.

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