We’ve rounded up the best gifts for every fashion girl in your life. The best part? They’re all available right here in DFW. Read on for our favs from brand new shops along with tried-and-true favorites. Happy shopping, readers!
Handcrafted by local artist Natalie Cross in her Dallas studio, these teeny catch-all bowls are perfect for storing rings, jewelry or loose change. Or, use them during your holiday dinner for a stylish way to present salt and pepper or spices. Grab a few for a friend at the brand new corner shop in Bishop Arts, Harkensback. With Folksie designer and Pin Show mastermind Julie McCullough at the helm, the shop’s attention to detail and homey, local finds are just two reasons to visit.
Lock in your look and stay flawless with affordable beauty mecca Riley Roe’s setting spray by Slay All Day. It lasts for hours because of its cooling, oil control mist. The perfect gift for the beauty maven in your life. Riley Rose opens at Stonebriar Centre in Frisco tomorrow.
Vivian’s Boutique Spa on Greenville is a cozy, hip new place on Lower Greenville that popped up this summer. Our fav pick from a long list of cleverly-named holiday packages is this one, boasting a 60-minute Swedish massage, agave nectar warm oil scalp massage and Glacial Facial.
This too-cute cactus vase comes in not one, but two adorable sizes. Buy one for your bestie or someone who has a black thumb. They can’t overwater this guy! Gypsy Wagon on Knox-Henderson is chock full of great gift ideas.
Jumpsuits are pretty much amazing. Why, you ask? Because they’re the ultimate lazy girl outfit. Look fly in fall’s hottest fabric, velvet. Pair this onesie from Reformation with a white tee underneath for daytime or a furry jacket for evening.
Nicole Kwon’s West Village shop is swimming with some of the most beautiful jewelry we’ve ever seen. Made by Annika in NYC, these lookers are made out of brass, dalmatian jasper and baby pink rhodonite.
We discovered local artist Katie Craig at FleaStyle and fell in love with her approachable art. Fit for any spot on your wall, her art is inspired by nature and the swirling motion of the wind or pale colors of a winter sunset.
This full-length velvet kimono-style robe from Beehive in Fort Worth could pass as vintage. With sequin detailing and waist tie, it would make a great gift for any fashion girl.
Ideal for the creative type or someone who just loves flowers is local artist Alli K’s kit. It comes with a signed copy of her book “How to Draw Modern Florals 101,” an artsy tote bag, two-micron pens, and a custom Alli K notepad for all of her sketches.
With two stores in Fort Worth and Dallas, the gals at Esther Penn have nailed the art of comfy cute dressing. We love this olive-colored turtleneck because of its chunky knit and ripped detail.
Walking into Citizenry is like finding Instagram gold. Made in Mexico by Herrera Marble Workshop, these coasters will impress any hostess. Hand-carved and minimal, they can be snatched up at local home decor shop The Citizenry.
The perfect holiday party look for any gal in your life, this top from Planet Blue is surprisingly flattering on any body type. Pair it with some on-trend wide-leg jeans or a midi-length high-waisted skirt.
Image 1 courtesy of Brit & Co. All other images courtesy of individual retailers.