Upon the arrival of a new year, cialis pills it’s now time to gather our post-holiday thoughts and map out pre-spring shopping. With that in mind, a recent trip to Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District revealed both new and under-the-radar boutiques.
Whether you’re in the market for affordable threads, fresh home décor, or treasures and trinkets, a new door awaits your visit.
Pebble + Pine
Open as of September at 408 N. Bishop Avenue, this new golf lifestyle-focused addition to the District greets guests with the scent of sandalwood candles upon entering. Opening the door to luxury synonymous with the sport, Pebble + Pine offers golf sportswear, leather accessories, and more. Notable is the fact that all inventory is USA made – a challenge well worth the effort to store owner and PGA member Nick Griffin. To DFW Style Daily, Griffin also revealed plans for a coming Pebble + Pine private label, arriving in April.
Prior to its Bishop Arts District debut last summer, also in the strip at 408 N. Bishop Avenue, Austin-based retailer Strut made a name in Dallas with a location on Lovers Lane. Our visit to the new outpost of the women’s clothing store revealed a wide range of contemporary looks, as well as unique jewelry. Reasonable prices add to the appeal, enticing early spring shopping.
The Laughing Willow
Next up, a new addition at 405 N. Bishop Avenue, The Laughing Willow pairs trend with affordability. Contemporary clothing and of-the-moment items are displayed in an inviting atmosphere, and pricing leans toward guilt-free. What’s more, some spring looks have already made appearances.
Boomers on Bishop
This unique mini-bazaar certainly turned our head. Open as of last fall at 504 N. Bishop Avenue, Boomers on Bishop is a flea market-style shop with an array of local vendors. Look for everything from music to cigars to handcrafted accessories. There’s even a full deli inside. No doubt, this interesting store model
will make for many exciting return trips for those of us who
enjoy a fun treasure hunt.
Finally, Neighborhood debuted last fall at 411 N. Bishop Avenue. This new home décor and accessories store drew our attention
with an exciting mod-inspired window. Inside, mid-century modern products, unique decorative pieces, and contemporary art made for even more eye candy. This shop is definitely worth a visit both pre- and post-spring cleaning.
(Lead image via Facebook.com. Inset images, credit DFW Style Daily.)