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

LoveShackFancy debuts in Highland Park Village, a Dallas blogger launches a home decor line at Walmart, and more.
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LoveShackFancy Opens in Highland Park Village

Stephen Karlisch

LoveShackFancy, an apparel line known for its feminine shapes and floral-forward patterns, has finally made its debut in Dallas. The brand’s first North Texas storefront opened its doors last week in Highland Park Village, and the space is just as pretty as we’d anticipated. Flowers adorn everything from the vintage-inspired curtains to the wallpapered ceiling, with LoveShackFancy’s signature printed dresses and skirts sprinkled throughout. In addition to womenswear, this location carries children’s pieces, home decor, and accessories. Stop by at 29 Highland Park Village from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday or 12 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

Foxtrot Market Spotlights Women-Owned Brands

Foxtrot Market is celebrating Women’s History Month with programming that highlights the women-owned businesses on its shelves.

The gourmet grocer has partnered with former editor-in-chief of Food & Wine, Dana Cowin, to spotlight a selection of women-owned brands like Jeni’s Ice Cream, Pineapple Collaborative Olive Oil, and The Crispery. Throughout March, a portion of the proceeds from these products will be donated to Hot Bread Kitchen, a nonprofit that creates career opportunities in the culinary industry.

Two new gift boxes are also available through the end of the month. The first contains a curation of women-owned wellness products from brands like Partake Cookies and The Brooklyn Candle Company. Another, ‘The Italian Dinner’ box, is ideal for an at-home date night and includes gnocchetti, wine, and other Italian treats from women-owned brands.

Shop all Women’s History Month products here.

Prosper Design Blogger Launches Home Decor Line at Walmart

Prosper native Erin Vogelpohl left her job as a fourth-grade teacher a few years ago to focus on her passion for home design. She started a blog, My Texas House, to showcase her home’s pink and cream color palette and farmhouse aesthetic, and it didn’t take long for her to amass an Instagram following just shy of 600,000. Now, Vogelpohl’s followers can fully emulate the My Texas House look by shopping her new home decor line at Walmart. The collection includes affordable throw pillows, rugs, wall art, window treatments, and bedding. Shop the full collection here.

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