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Goop Lives On, Indochino Opens, and More Dallas Shopping News

Including save the dates for a plant party and boozy snow cones.  

It’s hot in Dallas. Here, we’ve rounded up a few excuses to shop in lovely, air conditioned spaces. 

Goop’s Highland Park Residency Extended

After quietly mourning what we thought would be the last margarita Monday, the Goop powers that be decided to gift us with more margs and more access to Gwyneth Paltrow-approved apparel, and fancy, non-toxic cookware, and (yes) pelvic floor trainers and jade eggs. (Don’t say you’re not intrigued!) In fact, the Highland Park Village pop-up, which was originally scheduled to close on June 3, will extend its stay all the way through the year.

 

Indochino Opens Shop

Are you a person who likes suits?  A person who likes custom suits? And finally, do you like those custom suits to be on the affordable side? If you answered yes to all of the above, add Indochino to your must-shop list. The brand-new Knox Street store, which comes with an in-house tailor, is the Canadian company’s first foray into Dallas, offering customization on everything from the collar and button color to what you want monogrammed inside your jacket.

Boozy Snow Cones at Sabah House

This Sunday, June 10, do things with Outdoor Voices and Camp Gladiator at Griggs Park, then drink things with Snowies snow cones (booze optional) in Sabah House’s charming Turkish shoe-filled Uptown shop. It’s all free and it’s all good.

Mickey Ashmore photographed by Elizabeth Lavin

Oasis’ Plant Party

Have you ever been to a plant party? Yeah, neither have we. But it sounds fun, especially when it’s with the duo behind Oasis Plant Shop, Bishop Arts’ newest and highly Instagrammable store. The botanical-filled party, which includes drinks and live music, goes down on June 15.

photographed by Elizabeth Lavin

Reformation’s Summer Stock  

The high-tech boutique focusing on eco-friendly fast fashion (say that three times quickly) is constantly refreshing their airy Henderson Avenue space by season. But the celeb-loved brand’s affinity for flowery prints and casual dresses translates beautifully to summer. The best part: the store is currently carrying Reformation’s sustainably-made and (relatively speaking) affordable swimwear.

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