Whether you’re looking for that one-of-a-kind boutique carrying the latest in haute couture or a major brand department store, shopping in Irving puts you in the middle of an incredible collection of quaint shops, abundant shopping centers, and beautiful malls. Irving and the Dallas-Fort Worth area take shopping seriously, and you get to reap the rewards.
To kick off your shopping trip, set out for NorthPark Center the epicenter of high fashion and luxury shopping. Ranked among the top five shopping destinations in the country, the mall hosts a global clientele with 26 million shoppers annually and features an internationally acclaimed art and sculpture collection including works by Andy Warhol, Joel Shapiro, and Joel Shapiro. With 235 retailers including Roberto Cavalli, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace, Louis Vuitton, Carolina Herrera, and Gucci, Northpark is one of the best places to empty your wallet.
American Girl, Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Nordstrom, and so much more. The Galleria in Dallas is more than just a mall. It’s a shopper’s paradise. With over 1 million square feet of retail at your disposal, visitors can’t get enough of this renowned shopping center. In between stores, guests can feast on a sumptuous array of dining options, whether you want to grab a burger on the run or slowly enjoy lobster and oysters at a luxurious restaurant.
In downtown Dallas, do yourself a favor and stop in the magnificent Neiman Marcus Flagship Store. Upscale and designer brands of clothing, jewelry and accessories are the linchpin of the stores offerings.
For a little more history and Western flair, visitors delight in exploring the Fort Worth Stockyards, a National Historic District that embodies the history of the famous Texas cattle industry. Stockyards Station is filled with restaurants (some built over old cattle and hog pens), wonderful shopping, group event venues, the Grapevine Vintage Railroad, and the Fort Worth Herd. In addition to taking a fascinating historic walking tour or train ride, shop for authentic cowboy gear, browse vintage record stores, and spend time exploring unique fashion boutiques all in a charming, Western setting.
For a truly unique Irving-area experience, make your way over to the Bishop Arts District, located in the heart of North Oak Cliff in nearby Dallas. Home to dozens of shops, restaurants, art galleries, coffee shops, and bars, it is one of the most unique neighborhoods in Dallas with plenty of shopping to go around. Spend an afternoon strolling the charming streets, perusing over 60 boutiques, and sipping delicious coffee from Cafe Brazil.
Cabela's is a perennial Texas favorite and a must-see. It’s Fort Worth location near Irving offers quality outdoor merchandise, including hunting, camping, and fishing gear. The store also offers demonstrations and lessons in fishing, hunting, cooking, and more. Cabela's can also help visitors find the perfect sports paradises. What’s more, kids love Cabela’s. The massive showroom features décor that includes museum-quality animal displays, huge aquariums and trophy animals. Bring the whole family!
Whether on your way in or out of town, stop by Boot Barn near DFW Airport to stock up on boots, hats, and Western wear. Grabbing a pair of boots is the perfect way to make any trip to Texas memorable. For more Western wear, head over to Wild Bill’s Western Store. The store is located in the historic West End of downtown Dallas in an old red brick building dating back to the 1800's. With original wood beams and tin ceilings, the store has a unique charm that’s impossible not to love.
Shopping in Irving has something for everyone. There’s no reason to leave the area without a great souvenir. Explore some of the exciting options below!