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The Fashionista’s Guide to Dallas

Guest Post By Melody Smith

When someone thinks of fashion off the top of their head they would probably mention Paris, London or Milan as the cities to go to if you are a fashionista. For the US, many would say that it has to be New York.

But there are many places in the USA that can cater to a fashionista. It is one of the most popular cities in the state and is known for housing some of the greatest sports teams in their respective leagues, such as the Dallas Mavericks and the Dallas Cowboys. If you’re living in one of the other popular cities in the state, such as Houston or Austin, a trip from Houston to Dallas or Austin to Dallas will roughly take a little more than 3 hours.

If you are a fashionista and you want to see what Dallas has to offer, here’s another fashionista’s guide to what to see and enjoy in Dallas.

The Fashionista’s Guide to Dallas

1. Neiman Marcus – every fashionista knows what Neiman Marcus is. This famous luxury department store, known for its Christmas catalogs, is found all over the country. But you probably don’t know that it’s flagship store is actually located in Dallas. Make sure to visit the store located in Downtown Dallas to enjoy a day of shopping. You can find luxury goods and designer clothing. If you’re looking for the perfect gift to buy for a loved one, whether it’s for their birthday or another special occasion, you’ll surely find whatever you need in this place.

2. Dallas Fashion Week – yes Fashion Week is not just for cities like New York or Milan, Dallas also has its version of Fashion Week. Make sure to catch is so you can see some selected fashion designers from the city who will showcase their designs and creativity. They also stage some amazing collaborations with designers not just from Dallas but also from other parts of the world. You’ll surely get some inspiration from not just local designers but from the creativity of artists from places like India and Pakistan. You might even see them collaborating side by side and you’ll see how different cultures can be combined to create unique designs.

3. rewardStyle – if you are a fashion blogger or influencer, you have probably heard of RewardStyle. To put it simply, RewardStyle serves as a middleman between the bloggers and the retailers. If you are using Rewardstyle, you’ll be happy to know that their headquarters is actually found in Dallas. While in the city, you can visit the office to have a talk about your account. Sometimes, they also have special events that you can attend. And another good thing is that you can actually meet other bloggers. In the world of fashion blogging, being able to connect with other influencers can add more to your account, so take advantage of that and make sure to visit the RewardStyle headquarters.

Thank you for this guest post, Melody! I have to get back to Dallas one day! And I’m curious, did any of my readers know that Dallas had these fun fashion-centered places to visit? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. I live in Dallas and can say that if you want to sratch your fashion itch you can probably do it here. From NorthPark to Neiman-Marcus’s flagship store, there’s something for everyone.

  2. I love this so much! I was born and raised in Dallas and totally agree with her. Neimans is my #1 way. I didn’t realize you could visit the Reward Style office. I will have to do that.

    1. I never realized that either. I want to go back to Dallas just for that reason, now. 🙂

  3. I have relatives who lives in Texas and by the looks of it they are fashion lovers. I’m from California.

  4. Oh how cool! I’ve never thought to add Dallas to my travel list but maybe I will have to. I would be so curious to check out the Reward Style office.

    Chloe xx
    SC Sister

  5. Do you know we’ve never been to Dallas? And yet it sounds like a fabulous place…especially for fashion lovers!!

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