Bree and Carlos Clarke, owners of The Plant Project.

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

The first female- and Black-owned plant shop opens in Uptown, a teenage Dallasite launches a clothing line aimed at his peers, Tootsies' hosts holiday trunk shows, and more.

This Fashion Line Was Created For Teens, By a Teen

On November 11, Dallas-based d.RT launched its first collection. The brand aims to fill a gap in the market–cool, affordable basics for boys aged 10 to 18. The concept is the brainchild of 17-year-old Dylan Thompson, who partnered with his sister and brother-in-law to bring the idea to fruition. You’ll find casual pieces like hoodies and joggers in addition to more polished (but still youthful and fresh) blazers and pants. “d.RT is a concise, buildable wardrobe that can extend seamlessly from casual to dressy, and is built to be worn and re-worn (and re-worn)–just the way you need it to be,” says Thompson on the d.RT site. Shop all pieces here.

Dallas Gets Its First Female- and Black-Owned Plant Shop

You might know Bree Clarke from The Iman Project, which promotes diversity, inclusion, and community-building through creative workshops. Now, Clarke is opening a brick-and-mortar storefront that shares the same mission. With The Plant Project, she’ll introduce the healing power of houseplants to customers of all ethnicities, ages, and walks of life. Last weekend, on Small Business Saturday, the Routh Street shop hosted its soft opening. Its interior is filled with plants galore: Chinese evergreens, palms, and bird’s nest ferns, to name a few. You can also expect home décor, cookbooks, and other wares from local small businesses. Shop available products here or follow @theplantproject_ to learn more.

Shop Rodeo-Chic Finds at a Lucchese Pop-Up in Arlington

Whether you’re an actual fan of rodeos or just a fan of their cowboy boot aesthetic, this pop-up shop is up your alley. Lucchese and Live! by Loews – Arlington will host an outdoor pop-up at Arlington Clover Club, the property’s outdoor cocktail bar. Both rodeogoers and the public can browse a selection of Lucchese’s hand-crafted boots, watch live music performances, and try craft cocktails. The event runs through December 12, and shoppers are welcome between 2 and 11 p.m. Click here to learn more.

Tootsies’ Will Host Three Designer Trunk Shows This December

Tootsie’s, a Dallas retail mainstay on Preston Road, will host a series of high-end jewelry trunk shows this month. First up is Gas Bijoux, a fine jewelry line based in France; stop in today and tomorrow to shop. Then, shoppers can peruse Zofia Day’s dainty pieces from December 10 to 12. Finally, from December 16 to 18, Brazilian designer Claudia Lobao will be in-store to share the history of her jewelry line, which creates sustainable jobs for women living in San Antonio shelters. Follow along for more info at @shoptootsies.

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