Visitors needing retail therapy will find plenty of options here, from authentic western wear to home furnishings to custom jewelry. M.L. Leddy’s, an 85-year-old legend, is best known for its handmade boots, belts, and saddles. Other Stockyards favorites include Maverick Fine Western Wear, Rios Interiors, The Spice & Tea Exchange, Stockyards Treasures, and the Cowtown Winery. For a custom western hat, there’s Peters Bros. Hats, open since 1911.

Sundance Square is lined with specialty boutiques like Earth Bones, Retro Cowboy, and Barse Jewelry that mingle among big retailers H&M and JoS. A. Bank. A few minutes west of downtown, the Camp Bowie District boasts more than 30 blocks of shops, including The Camp Bowie Mercantile. And, for a local secret and treasure, stop by the Justin Boot Outlet to score amazing deals on these iconic boots.

Fort Worth Area Shopping Centers:

Alliance Town Center
9550 Sage Meadow Trail
alliancetowncenter.com

Crockett Row at West 7th
North University Drive and West 7th
crockettrow.com

Hulen Mall
4800 South Hulen Street
hulenmall.com

Ridgmar Mall
1888 Green Oaks Road
ridgmar.com

Northeast Mall
1101 Melbourne Road
simon.com/mall/north-east-mall

The Shops at Clearfork
5143 Apache Plume
simon.com/mall/the-shops-at-clearfork

Sundance Square
420 Main Street
sundancesquare.com

University Park Village
1612 South University Drive
simon.com/mall/university-park-village

Waterside
3720 Convair Drive
watersidefw.com

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