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Partners Card Picks — Fort Worth Stores and Restaurants to Hit During the Shopping Bonanza

20 Percent Off Everywhere is Within Reach

BY // 10.28.19

With the holiday season quickly approaching, the race for finding those perfect gifts or holiday experiences has officially begun. It may seem early now, but December is closer than you think. So why not save yourself the stress and start your holiday shopping early?

The Family Place has launched its citywide shopping and fundraising event, Partners Card. Since 1993, Partners Card has raised millions of dollars to help break the cycle of family violence throughout the North Texas community. Every dollar of your $70 Partners Card purchase goes to supporting victims of family violence.

And it doesn’t end there. When you shop with your Partners Card, you’ll also score incredible deals at stores and restaurants across the region. But with more than 750 participating locations, where to begin?

To save you some time, PaperCity has put together a list of top Partners Card picks in Fort Worth – where to get that holiday makeover, where to find some new holiday outfits, and where to grab a bite with some family and friends.

But you better get your Partners Card fast – the shopping bonanza ends Sunday, November 3.

Samantha Olguin, PaperCity Fort Worth Associate Publisher

P.S The Letter is the perfect place for those little holiday treats. Whether it’s a candle for a co-worker, a Jon Hart bag for my nephew, a MacKenzie Childs tea kettle to add to my Mom’s set or some new stationery for me they have something for everyone on your gifting list. Even if it is yourself.

Inside P.S. The Letter
Inside P.S. The Letter

Climate – With the ski season upon us I am starting to plan my winter excursions and I have a weak spot for new ski gear year after year. Of course, I always go to Climate to make my Sorel and Patagonia dreams come true.

Tumi – I have had my eye on some new luggage as of late and Partners Card 20 percent off is the perfect excuse to pull the plug and get the set. Now I have to start planning my winter travel.

Villa Nail Salon – I love this place, they always do a top notch job and it’s a nice atmosphere to stop in get a quick mani and even do some work while I am there. During this busy fall, I try to always have my nails intact.

Carolyn Osborn, Co-owner of Lola and Lina

Fall is typically the busiest time of the year for me with work events and friends and family gatherings. With that being said, I want to feel my best at all times since the odds are high that I will constantly be out and about. Nothing perks me up more than a blow out at Dry Bar. This really is the best gift you can give someone who is constantly on the go. Every stylist is well trained and you’re guaranteed to walk out feeling your best.

Let’s be honest, fall may be busy in general, but I spend a lot of my time dining out. Ever since Rise opened in Clearfork, I am a frequent diner. I have a routine order here —start with the best bread and butter (add a pinch of salt on top), followed by marshmallow soup (trust me, you want to try this) and a Rise salad. Then if I can convince my husband (it’s not hard to do) we will get two dessert soufflés. The seasonal pumpkin soufflé or bananas foster hits the spot.

A soufflé at Rise
A soufflé at Rise

If I am not shopping for myself, I am shopping for family and friends. PS the Letter has something for everyone. Whether it’s your grandmother, in-laws or best friend, you will find a fabulous gift in this store. Ranging from cups, food, candles to china and silver, you are bound to find something for someone.

Babies on the Boulevard – This store is a must when shopping for the little ones in my family. They have the most beautiful assortment of clothing. When my mother comes in town this is the one store she must swing by. Their clothes are classic, traditional and just beautiful.

Although I definitely enjoy a blow out and a delicious meal, I always treat myself to Luke’s Locker for special athletic gear.  Sweater weather puts me in the mood to spend time outdoors and new shoes and clothes make exercising for me way more fun and exciting.

Regan Landreth, PaperCity Fort Worth Contributing Editor

A Brackish tie for my husband and monogrammed cocktail napkins for me from P.S. The Letter.

Matching Lulu & Me Christmas outfits for my three kids at Babies on the Boulevard.

I love the unusual Christmas ornaments at Wrare, I got my Anglophile mother a Big Ben ornament there that was a big hit.

All the cool tween accessories for my niece and nephew from Covey House.

The chicest baby gifts and monogrammed gear for my youngest from Baby By Design.

Patagonia is always a hit for the guys in my family. I’ll stock up at Climate.

For more information on Partners Card and how to get yours, click here.

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