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Where to shop in Fort Worth right now: 5 must-hit stores for February

Where to shop in Fort Worth right now: 5 must-hit stores for February

Tucker Brown in Fort Worth
Tucker Brown has brought its laid-back fashion from Lubbock. Tucker Brown/Facebook
King & Co.
King & Co. is housed in a former duplex. Photo courtesy of King & Co.
Image of Winston Ley and Alari Paxson
Winston Parker Ley and Alari Anne Paxson are the founders of Pax & Parker. Photo courtesy of Amanda Marie Lackey
Boots from Keeping Up With The Joneses in Fort Worth
Keeping Up With The Joneses has evolved from pop-up shop to brick-and-mortar store. Keeping Up With The Joneses/Facebook
Woodhouse Spa Fort Worth
Woodhouse Spa is giving you one more place to shop for beauty and skincare. Photo courtesy of Woodhouse Spa
Tucker Brown in Fort Worth
King & Co.
Image of Winston Ley and Alari Paxson
Boots from Keeping Up With The Joneses in Fort Worth
Woodhouse Spa Fort Worth

With spring-like temps arriving early this year, perhaps it's time to get a jump on refreshing your wardrobe and home. From trendy togs to stylish home decor, this is where we're shopping in Fort Worth right now:

Pax & Parker
Located in the new West Bend Development, Pax & Parker, the recently opened upscale boutique from two TCU graduates, offers the latest trends for both men and women. Lines such as Milly, Vince, and Billy Reid complement the shop’s streamlined, modern feel: white walls, wood accents, and concrete floors.

Tucker Brown
The popular Lubbock fashion outpost made a move east with the opening of a Fort Worth location last fall. Owner Tracy Brown — who has spent time working retail in Aspen, Santa Fe, and even a stint at Ralph Lauren’s Manhattan flagship — stocks his shop with an affordable selection of women’s casualwear and accessories. If you don’t see your size, just ask: Brown prefers to display only one size of each item.

King & Co.
Owner and interior designer Frances King offers Westsiders a new shopping destination at her residential duplex-turned-showroom. At first glance, the space appears to be the chic home of a young family; look again and you’ll find that each carefully curated item is for sale. Reupholstered vintage chairs mingle with artisan baskets and antique art prints. Don’t miss the local fabric selections from designer Funky Wright Designs.

Keeping Up With The Joneses
Having amassed a following by hosting pop-up shops last year, Judy Jones Rotzoll and Alice Jones opened a brick-and-mortar location last fall. Their boutique, housed inside Ariasalt Spa in Ridglea’s 6333 center, is filled with clothing from lines like Dizzie Lizzie and Joules, charming accessories by Loren Bell, and fun items for the home.

The Woodhouse Spa
The luxury spa chain has opened its second North Texas location (the first is in Plano) in Fort Worth’s new West Bend district. Besides the menu of more than 70 treatments — ranging from the usual suspects, such as facials, waxing, and mani/pedis, to more elaborate indulgences like Vichy showers and deep tissue massages — there is a well-stocked array of luxurious skin and beauty products.

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