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A Dallas Neighborhood Holiday Gift Guide

We put together a handy neighborhood gifting guide, so nobody has to shop till they drop.
By Caitlin Clark |
Emily Olson
You don’t have to go far to gift well in Dallas. Our city has present-filled shops aplenty, many of which are independently owned and have a distinct point of view that makes anything found there that much cooler. So this year, we put together a handy neighborhood gifting guide, ensuring nobody has to shop till they drop.


From West Lovers Lane’s cottages-turned-boutiques to the jewel box shops of Highland Park Village.


One neighborhood. Two very distinct retail personalities.



Visit McKinney’s cozy, artisinal shops or explore Plano’s gleaming Legacy West.


Hotel and museum gift shops that offer anything but the norm.



From the tony shelves of Stanley Korshak to West Village’s many, many new doors.


A neighborhood as walkable as it is shoppable.


Thoughtful finds, all discovered at home.


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