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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.

Composed of thirty-five blocks of brick-paved streets, 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 thirty 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:

West 7th
North University Drive and West 7th
west-7th.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/the-shopsat-clearfork-openingspring-2017

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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