mMom deserves it all, of course, but sometimes that “all” can be a bit hard to define. Luckily, you can find something for every exceptional lady in your life, from new moms to grandmothers, right here in Dallas. Happy shopping!
Custom gifts are the best, especially when they end up in your closet. Send mom to get measured, peruse tons of pretty fabrics, and pick a monogram design at Double R in The Plaza at Preston Center, then let their talented team whip her up a custom shirt in just a few short weeks. Starts at $225
Speaking of custom, let mom design her own luxe pair of Miron Crosby boots in the airy Highland Park Village studio, where the owners, two West Texas sisters, will tailor everything to her tastes, from the leathers and exotic materials to a handwritten message sewn into the lining. Price upon request.
Maija Benincasa recently discovered the Holy Grail of shoes — a high heel that’s both stylish and genuinely comfortable. Set mom up with her Italian heels of choice, complete with a custom insole created using 3D imaging. Price ranges from $480 to $530.
Hand Painted Superga Sneakers at Forty Five Ten
Starting Thursday, May 10, until Saturday, May 12, stop by Forty Five Ten and snag mom a super cool pair of Superga kicks (Kate Middleton is a fan), then have them hand painted with her initials (or anything!) by artist Tyler Alexander on-site on Friday (from 1pm to 4pm). Better yet, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Baby2Baby. $155
For the last decade, SMU grad Brittany Merrill’s nonprofit jewelry company has changed lives for the Ugandan and Dallas women it employs. Pick out anything from their recent partnership with Neiman Marcus for the perfect feel-good gift for mom. $150
Bachelor alum Catherine Lowe’s stationery line is as fun as it is chic. Snag mom an “Isn’t She Lovely” embossed card to go with your gift, or pick a plantable “Card That Grows” made of 100 percent cotton and non-invasive wildflower seeds. $5
Paula Minnis’ collection translates “goddess of earth,” which is basically just your mom, right? $110
Thirteen.02, a Dallas-based women’s watch brand, offers affordable watches (all under $100) for the everyday woman, made with high-quality materials and vibrant interchangeable bands. $100 and under.
Fact: pies are tough to travel with. Thankfully, the mother-and-daughters-owned Oak Cliff shop created jarred versions of their beloved baked goods that just so happen to make an excellent gift for mom. $18
Kelly Mitchell’s eponymous Shops at Highland Park store carries new and preowned Cartier, Patek Philippe, and Rolex watches, including this ladies’ Rolex Pearlmaster with a diamond bezel, mother of pearl diamond dial, and specialty diamonds throughout the bracelet. Price upon request.
Maybe booking mom a trip to Paris wasn’t in the cards this year, but these customizable French treats (as tasty as they are beautiful) from the sister duo will suffice for now. Starts at $3 per macaron.
Visit the lifestyle company’s Highland Park Village pop up to snag mom something from Goop’s clean beauty corner (Vintner’s Daughter is always a hit), or an Il Buco sauce from the pantry section. Better yet, she’ll even get a Goop Dallas tote bag commemorating that time Gwyneth Paltrow had a shop in Highland Park Village. Prices vary.
Kyla Donell Diamond Bar Cable Bracelet
The well-traveled Dallas-based geologist turned jewelry designer can hunt down almost any stone for her clients, but Donell also keeps a selection of sophisticated styles that don’t require her to take trip to the French Alps. $980
The vintage-inspired earrings from the Dallas-based jeweler come complete with 25 carats of briolet cut aquamarine and 3.12 carats of pave diamonds. $14,500
Let mom treat herself in the beautifully appointed Dallas spa, which carries exclusively clean, non-toxic brands and features some of the most stunning, craftsman-built pedicure chairs in town (or anywhere). Prices vary..
Mother’s Day is in full bloom at Cooper Spa. Give a $250 Cooper Spa gift card through May 14 and receive $30 for you to use on signature spa services. Unplug…Relax…Enjoy. Give $250, receive $30.
Mom deserves the best, and a glory complexion or perfectly appointed brows at the hands of Czech, who’s worked her magic on famous faces such as Kate Winslet’s, is simply *the best.* $10 – $100
Whether your mom is more of a “Seaside Box,” “Detox Box,” or a “Champagne and Roses” kind of gal, let Liz Vidrine of Loved and Found do the curating and wrapping for you. The presentation will be as gratifying as the goods inside. $58 – $138
Another Dallas-based gifting option that takes the guesswork out of gifting: Just Hit Send. Everything about their thoughtful gift boxes, from the contents to the color scheme, sticks to a theme. Plus, all the interior packaging is recyclable for an extra feel-good factor. $50 – $170
Peacock Alley Waffle Bathrobe
Gifting a robe for Mother’s Day may feel pretty par for the course, but this is a Peacock Alley waffle robe. This is something she needs! $135
Order fresh Florida Stone Crab claws direct from Truluck’s crabbing fleet, for delivery to home or office. Crab claws arrive on ice, pre-cooked, and ready to devour. $26-$52 per pound
Stationery is so personal. Let mom pick her favorite designs out of Bell’INVITO’s luxury assortment box, which includes all 60 letterpress printed or engraved pairs from the Dallas-based brand’s luxury collection. $385
Sure, a blanket may not seem like the most fun gift idea, but when it’s one of The Citizenry’s super soft alpaca blankets, which are all handwoven in Peru, she’ll love it — promise. $135