Here at Shop Across Texas, we consider ourselves shopping experts. We’ve consulted with our editors and put together the best of the best editor’s picks of the 2018 Shop Across Texas Best Stores.
Simple Things is one of those stores that you just have to visit to understand. Featuring home décor, art and furniture, Simple Things is a hidden gem. The beauty of each refurbished item is incredible and the sheer creativity of the designers is unmatched.
Forty Five Ten is new to Dallas, but local fashionistas already love this spot. Walking into the store is like walking into a NYC boutique. Warning: it’s expensive, but the sale racks are well worth it. Bring your style (and some extra cash) for an ultimate style experience.
Tres Mariposas is El Paso’s go-to boutique for luxury clothing and accessories. Featuring high end designers, Tres Mariposas carries jewelry, bags, shoes and more.
For clean, classic and modern style, visit Schreiner Goods in Kerrville. The unique collection of stunning designer pieces is unlike anything else in Texas.
San Bernardo Avenue is Laredo’s signature 40-block area of Mexican import vendors. You’ll find everything here—handmade jewelry, clothing, home furnishing, gifts and more.
My Favorite Room specializes in gorgeous vintage furniture, bedding, art and home accessories. Anf is loved by interior decorators, fashionistas and style gurus all around the state. Owner Kathy McCabe carefully curates each piece to match her glamorous and timeless style.
Classy clothing with Texas flair is the style motto of Chrome in Lubbock. Chrome is a must-see when you’re traveling to West Texas, and the carefully curated clothing and accessories are enough for any woman to upgrade her wardrobe.
Laverty’s is a mystery and a treasure hunt rolled into one incredible warehouse. The store hours are as unpredictable as the inventory, so follow the Laverty’s Facebook page to keep up with the always-changing hours.
On any given Saturday, most people are probably waiting in line at Magnolia Market in Waco. However, just around the corner sits an even better store with no line—The Findery.