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This high-end store fills its 9,000 square feet (836 square meters) of space with designer clothes, jewelry, accessories, cosmetics, candles, fragrances, and home decor items. If you're lucky, you could find yourself rubbing elbows with celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey. It's tough to get tired of shopping at Forty Five Ten, but when you do, have your lunch at the pretty café inside.
This boutique carries a range of clothing and household goods for the entire family. Vintage boots, jewelry, and antique furniture are some of the most popular items sold here. Adding to the store's charm is the adorable collection of hand-made knick-knacks including pillows, decorative accents, as well as children's clothes.
All of the clothes here are designed and made on the premises by owner Paulette Martsolf and her staff. Cut along simple, elegant lines, the designs are mostly coordinated pantsuits and other separates in classic natural transitional fabrics that know no season. This is perfect for not only Dallas' temperate climate but also the varied climates encountered by travelers. There are wools for those who go to colder places and the softest micro fiber for the trendy. Everything on display, from handcrafted scarves to jewelry, are the works of artisans all over the world. Buy from the floor or choose a favorite fabric and design and have your clothes designed just for you.
With an extreme selection of designer dresses, accessories and shoes, Tootsie's is a one stop shop for all those women who are on a hunt for style. The store has a wide collection of creations from the best of designers from all over Europe and America. Tootsie's at Dallas is a part of the chain of Tootsie stores located in various cities across US. You are sure to find the perfect gown or the finest cocktail dress here. The store takes care that it has something to suit every personality. The in-house bar helps you keep comfortable while shopping here. It serves a host of beverages to keep you chilled as you shop.
Brainchild of two housewives, Jan Kennedy and Nancy Ungerman, Clotheshorse anonymous began in 70s with the unique and new concept of “resale”. Having “anonymous” consignees in the earlier times, today they have over 25,000 of them worldwide. With an ever-changing fashionable collection that is in-tune with the latest trends and styles, the store is popular with independent, savvy and fashion-conscious women.