Openings — most of them long-anticipated — drive this collection of stores you should swing by this month. Whether you're looking to get back in touch with nature or nurture your more sophisticated side, these boutiques, markets, and shops have you covered.
Services at Fort Worth’s newest blow-out salon include up-dos, scalp massages, and reparative treatments, but don’t miss the selection of Drybar products. Styling potions, curling irons, hair dryers, brushes, and flat irons — all in that signature lemon hue — make this your hair's happy place.
Farmers Market at Thurber Mingus
With a rotating lineup that brings in vendors ranging from botanical design houses to pottery, Thurber Mingus’ new farmers market is putting the restaurant on the map for more than just burgers. The market is open Saturdays from 9:30 am-2 pm, weather permitting.
On May 13, REI opens in Fort Worth’s new Waterside shopping district. The massive, 24,500-square-foot store will feature all your favorite brands for an active, outdoor lifestyle, plus a cycle shop.
Its catalogs depict a Western lifestyle, but Sundance is accessible for all Texas women, whether they're cowgirls or not. A brick-and-mortar store of the Robert Redford-founded brand has opened in Southlake Town Square, offering a carefully curated selection of rustic apparel, accessories, furniture, home decor, and gifts.
Contemporary furniture and decor outpost Z Gallerie has opened its first Tarrant County location, also at Southlake Town Square. Customers can expect 8,000 square feet of retail space, packed with everything you need to create a clean, modern aesthetic.
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