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As vacation season approaches, we'll be rolling out guides to the best shopping in ten Racked cities. Up next: Racked Dallas' can't-miss stores.

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Forget what you hear about Dallas shopping—it's more than just Neiman Marcus. (Well, at least add nine more stores.) We're kidding, of course: Besides the mothership/flagship that is Neiman's and its very first location in downtown, a bevy of other beautiful wares await, from baubles at Ylang 23 to brogues at The Office of Angela Scott. In between the ogling and window-shopping at TenOverSix and Highland Park Village, you can find real deals at NorthPark Center and the best shoes evah at Last Call by—oops, there we go again—Neiman Marcus.


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TenOverSix

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This L.A. import debuted last year at the revamped, artsy Joule Hotel in downtown. Part hotel gift store, part Rachel Comey and Apiece Apart wonderland, the store offers exclusives (hello, Cartier estate jewelry!) and just plain exclusively gorgeous merchandise.

Forty Five Ten

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Brian Bolke's landmark Uptown boutique masquerades as a high-end showroom, featuring the best-of in fashion, plus jewelry and home-accents too.

Stanley Korshak

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Just down McKinney Avenue from Forty Five Ten, you'll find the iconic Crescent and inside‒Dallas' equally iconic Stanley Korshak. Known for its bridal boutique, lower-priced Shak and an affinity for Lanvin and lace, this independent retailer is a must-visit.

The Office of Angela Scott

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Three-year-old upstart The Office of Angela Scott is helmed by Scott, a self-proclaimed California tomboy at heart. Her goodyear-welted shoes are lovingly handmade and enjoyably, thoroughly unique, if not expensive, creations.

Nicole Kwon Concept Store

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Launched in 2012, Nicole Kwon's West Village store mixes an edgy sensibility with a love for classics and basics. Kwon's own line, NKWON, is sold here, as are upstart lines like Rachel Comey, A.P.C. and Clare Vivier.

Neiman Marcus

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The flagship (mothership?) location, this downtown gem houses floor upon floor of clothes, accessories and beauty products. Take special note of the ground-floor shoe department, stocked with swoon-able styles, not to mention exceedingly nice salespeople.

Highland Park Village

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The toniest outdoor shopping center around (and the first self-contained shopping center in the U.S.!), Highland Park Village sports Dior, Balenciaga, Tom Ford, Lela Rose, Rag & Bone, James Perse and more, all bathed in lush landscaping. A must-see for window-shopping and/or a Mambo Taxi cocktail at celebrity-favorite Mi Cocina.

NorthPark Center

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Part-art gallery, part-luxe shopping mecca, NorthPark offers a slew of high-end stores mixed with your regular mall rats. Children's programming, great restaurants and a movie theater add up to entertainment for virtually everyone.

Ylang 23

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The Internet-heavy presence of Ylang 23 alone should tell you that this Dallas boutique is worth seeking out. Its recent move from the Galleria to the Plaza at Preston Center ups the allure of the jewels (think Jennifer Meyer, Jennifer Fisher, Megan Thorne) even more.

Grapevine Mills

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This outlet mall, located west of Dallas in Grapevine, showcases a full slate of appealing brands. Worth a visit, alone, is Last Call by Neiman Marcus, home to an amazing selection of high-end shoes, apparel and home goods.

TenOverSix

This L.A. import debuted last year at the revamped, artsy Joule Hotel in downtown. Part hotel gift store, part Rachel Comey and Apiece Apart wonderland, the store offers exclusives (hello, Cartier estate jewelry!) and just plain exclusively gorgeous merchandise.

Forty Five Ten

Brian Bolke's landmark Uptown boutique masquerades as a high-end showroom, featuring the best-of in fashion, plus jewelry and home-accents too.

Stanley Korshak

Just down McKinney Avenue from Forty Five Ten, you'll find the iconic Crescent and inside‒Dallas' equally iconic Stanley Korshak. Known for its bridal boutique, lower-priced Shak and an affinity for Lanvin and lace, this independent retailer is a must-visit.

The Office of Angela Scott

Three-year-old upstart The Office of Angela Scott is helmed by Scott, a self-proclaimed California tomboy at heart. Her goodyear-welted shoes are lovingly handmade and enjoyably, thoroughly unique, if not expensive, creations.

Nicole Kwon Concept Store

Launched in 2012, Nicole Kwon's West Village store mixes an edgy sensibility with a love for classics and basics. Kwon's own line, NKWON, is sold here, as are upstart lines like Rachel Comey, A.P.C. and Clare Vivier.

Neiman Marcus

The flagship (mothership?) location, this downtown gem houses floor upon floor of clothes, accessories and beauty products. Take special note of the ground-floor shoe department, stocked with swoon-able styles, not to mention exceedingly nice salespeople.

Highland Park Village

The toniest outdoor shopping center around (and the first self-contained shopping center in the U.S.!), Highland Park Village sports Dior, Balenciaga, Tom Ford, Lela Rose, Rag & Bone, James Perse and more, all bathed in lush landscaping. A must-see for window-shopping and/or a Mambo Taxi cocktail at celebrity-favorite Mi Cocina.

NorthPark Center

Part-art gallery, part-luxe shopping mecca, NorthPark offers a slew of high-end stores mixed with your regular mall rats. Children's programming, great restaurants and a movie theater add up to entertainment for virtually everyone.

Ylang 23

The Internet-heavy presence of Ylang 23 alone should tell you that this Dallas boutique is worth seeking out. Its recent move from the Galleria to the Plaza at Preston Center ups the allure of the jewels (think Jennifer Meyer, Jennifer Fisher, Megan Thorne) even more.

Grapevine Mills

This outlet mall, located west of Dallas in Grapevine, showcases a full slate of appealing brands. Worth a visit, alone, is Last Call by Neiman Marcus, home to an amazing selection of high-end shoes, apparel and home goods.