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Dallas Retail Roundup: The Openings, Closings, and Sales You Need to Know

Flea Style launches a DIY concept, Market by Macy's opens a Fort Worth outpost, and Go Easy hosts a vision board workshop.
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Go Easy Hosts a 2021 Vision Board Workshop

If your 2021 feels rudderless, allow Go Easy and Brie Milam to help. Tonight at 7 p.m., the wellness shop and Dallas-based artist will co-host a vision board workshop. Participants will create a physical manifestation of their hopes, dreams, and goals for the year ahead. The virtual session also includes a guided meditation, journaling prompts, and other mindfulness exercises to spark creativity. Tickets start at $5; get yours now at eventbrite.com.

The Bar by Flea Style Debuts Inside the Shop’s Frisco Location

This Friday, Flea Style’s Frisco location will stay open late to introduce The Bar. This new concept invites shoppers to customize hats, bandanas, and other wares DIY-style. Just choose from a selection of handmade and vintage accents like feathers or beads, then pull up a chair and start decorating. Stop by tomorrow from 4 to 6 p.m. to enjoy a free glass of bubbly while you explore. Come spring, The Bar will also open inside Flea Style’s Deep Ellum location.

Market by Macy’s Opens in Fort Worth

Photo by Steve Wrubel

Market by Macy’s, a concept shop that made its first appearance in Southlake last spring, is putting down roots in Fort Worth’s WestBend district. Market by Macy’s is almost the antithesis of a traditional department store, with a succinct, curated, and constantly changing inventory that emphasizes local brands. The original Southlake storefront is open and airy, with unexpected departments like a plant bar and an apothecary-style beauty counter. There’s also an in-store café and an extensive calendar of community events like yoga and cooking classes. The Fort Worth location officially opens tomorrow; head to 1751 River Run, Suite 101 to shop.

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