Dallas has plenty of shopping for both the trendy and the thrifty. Galleria Dallas is a great place to stock up on labels from designers, including Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Brahmin. Open-air Highland Park Village is home to Christian Louboutin, Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen. On the City's ever-so-trendy McKinney Avenue, Forty Five Ten is the height of chic. Two blocks west sits Grange Hall, a renowned home décor shop, with an exterior as classy as the unique treasures found inside. Take home unusual home accents, offbeat jewellery and luxurious apothecary items. The Knox/Henderson area, east of the Central Expressway, is known for its one-of-a-kind boutiques and excellent dining. Looking for designer names at a bargain? At Allen Premium Outlets and The Shops at Park Lane, Savvy shoppers will save big on their favourite brands. Read more about 5 Great American Shopping Cities
If you have exhausted the boutique of Paris and got your Gaudi fix in Barcelona. Why not try Zürich this summer, and add it to your list of shopping destinations? Fashion-forward and cosmopolitan, the Swiss city offers world-class art, upscale bars and haute cuisine in one beautiful lakeside location. Read more about Take a Weekend Shopping Break in Zürich
Germany may be dotted with traditional Christmas markets but one of the capital’s hippest retail enclaves, contained in the 1950s Bikinihaus, has reinvented festive shopping with a contemporary Christmas market. Read more about Six Places to do your Christmas Shopping This Year
While some ski resorts in the Alps have to wait for the peak of the winter season to offer the good white stuff others are already in full swing. So if you want to take an early ski break this winter, why wait when you can be on the pistes before the madness of the height of the season. We have found five resorts located above 2000m that have what you want for an early ski break. Read more about 5 Alpine Ski Resorts for Guarantee Early Snow
Many of us might have saved all year to buy our love ones that special gift for Christmas or we want to treat ourselves for the hard work we have doing all year. This year why not treat yourself and fill those stockings from the shopping mecca of Milan. I am sure those gifts will not find themselves in the charity shops or being passed on as gift the following year.
Milan might not have the charm of Florence or Venice but it is famous as a destination for designer shopping, it is also a treasure trove of quirky boutiques, tucked away down bohemian side streets. Whether they are selling fashion, food or furniture they are mouth wateringly chic. A trip to this austere Lombardy city for your Christmas shopping is worth every penny spent on a plate of pasta, designer handbag or clothes or even just taking in the atmosphere of the city. Read more about Christmas Shopping in Milan