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Dallas Retail Roundup: A Sale at Neighborhood Goods, a Party at Go Easy, and More

The shopping news you need to know this week, from store openings to major sales.
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Nearly Everything at Neighborhood Goods Is Going on Sale

To bid adieu to summer 2021, Neighborhood Goods is hosting a huge end-of-season sale. The modern department store has partnered with its bestselling brands to slash prices up to 25 percent for Labor Day weekend. Almost everything in the store will be marked down, including glasses from Le Specs, women’s apparel from Emory Bee, beauty products from R+Co, beachwear from Onia, and home essentials from Public Goods. The event kicks off on September 2 and runs through September 6. Shop online or at the Legacy West location: 7300 Windrose Ave, Suite A130.

Allie + Bess Launches Game Day Accessories

Allie + Bess, a North Texas jewelry brand owned by two Dallas moms, just launched a new collection created with fall tailgating in mind.

The Texas A&M stack.

Founders Allie Wardlaw and Bess Callarman have always had trouble finding accessories to complement their game day styles, so this year, they designed their own. The Game Day Collection kicked off with 22 curated stacks that match major southern schools’ colors, from the University of Texas to Texas Christian University. Shoppers can also design their own stack to complement their team. “This back-to-school season–and specifically this tailgating season–is particularly special this year as we all celebrate the return of in-person events like tailgating and cheering on our favorite teams,” says Callarman. “We wanted to launch a Collection that fans could wear from brunch to the tailgating tent to the game and beyond.” Shop the collection here.

The Shops at Park Lane Brings Back Fall Markets

The Shops at Park Lane just announced the return of its Fall Market series. In addition to local artisans selling their handmade goods, the events include live music and giveaways. The market is free, as is parking. Stop by on the first Saturday of each month, starting with September 4, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Learn more here.

Kittenish Opens a North Texas Storefront

Jessie James Decker at Kittenish’s opening.

Jessie James Decker, a Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and reality star, just opened her second-ever brick-and-mortar location for her fashion line Kittenish. Decker’s feminine collection of apparel, accessories, and swimwear now has a home in West Village in addition to its Tennessee flagship. The pink-washed boutique was designed to be Instagram-worthy; there’s even a blush-colored bull for photo opps. Shop Kittenish at 3699 McKinney Avenue, Suite 315, on Mondays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays from 12 to 6 p.m.

Go Easy Celebrates One Year

Last August, Molly Mathias–founder of eclectic gift shop Magic Hour–launched a new concept, Go Easy. The colorful shop is stocked with self-care products from dozens of indie brands: CDB-infused skincare, candles, supplements, journals, and other wellness-focused goods. On Friday night, Go Easy is celebrating its first anniversary with a special shopping event from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Expect drinks, snacks, and pop-up booths from local vendors like The Butter Fairy (baked goods), Esti The Esthetician (custom skin consults and face masks), and @shesintothiswoowoostuff (astro and tarot readings). Find Go Easy in the Bishop Arts District at 250 North Bishop Avenue, Suite 150.

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