The Knot Standard showroom customizes suits and shirts for men.
Outdoor Voices is a one-stop shop for all things athleisure.
Reformation is an eco-friendly women's clothing store on Henderson.
The hype is real at Neighborhood Goods. Serena Williams made an appearance to promote her new brand last month.
DLM Supply Co. offers a plethora of stylish menswear and accessories.
Neighborhood Goods is the next era of shopping.
We all know that feeling when we step into our closet, take a look around, and completely just despise all of our clothes. Not because we don’t like them anymore, but because we’ve worn the same shirts, sweaters, pants and shoes so many times, we’re fashionably burnt out.
There just does not seem to be a better option than to go shopping and buy something new. Thankfully, Dallas has plenty of shops to revamp your wardrobe and help you become who you want to be this new year.
Here are five Dallas clothing stores to refresh your closet and mind.
1902 N. Henderson Avenue
This luxury custom menswear brand features shirts, chinos, suits and travel jackets. Every aspect of each garment is customizable from the actual fabric and colorway to the lining, buttons and stitching.
The Dallas showroom has been custom fitting gentlemen for the perfect look since 2015 and there are two other Texas Knot Standards in Houston and Austin.
8687 N. Central Expressway
Athleisure is all the rage these days and for good reason. Who doesn’t want to be comfortable and cute? Outdoor Voices recently opened up in NorthPark Center and is a one-stop shop for men’s and women’s athletic wear.
Whether your thing is running, yoga, swimming, spinning, or even traveling, Outdoor Voices has got you covered.
837 W. Davis Street
This Oak Cliff men’s clothing store has everything. From knits, trousers and denim to belts, underwear and footwear, you’re sure to find something new and fun at this local shop. Brands such as Rhone, Rodd & Gunn and Secrid are carried in store.
They also carry grooming accessories, such as pomade, soaps and beard oil.
2815 N. Henderson Avenue
All created in a sustainable factory in Los Angeles, Reformation‘s eco-friendly brand makes and sells dresses, jeans, outerwear and more for women. The factory allows them to develop, manufacture, and ship all under the same roof.
Reformation expanded out of New York and California into Dallas in 2017, bringing its collaboration of brick and mortar store experience with online retail browsing.
7300 Windrose Avenue
Although a bit of a drive up Dallas North Tollway at Plano’s red-hot Legacy West, this department store is something else. Brand new to the area, Neighborhood Goods has already been visited by tennis star Serena Williams to promote her new brand.
The hype is real. The store carries men’s, women’s, kid’s and lifestyle collections. Brands range from Hubble to MeUndies to Draper James.
Who knows? Maybe Reese Witherspoon will make an appearance next.