Shopping in Fort Worth, TX

By Jessica Walker on April 25, 2011 at 4:59 pm EST

Whether you're looking for an upscale boutique, a large mall or a bustling shopping center, Fort Worth has you covered. Just don't forget your wallet – or your walking shoes. Camp Bowie District Near downtown Fort Worth, the Camp Bowie District features more than 30 blocks of shops. This district covers nine miles, includes more than 800 businesses and is divided into three segments: On the Bricks, Ridglea and Camp Bowie West.This district also comprises The Village at Camp Bowie, which includes a variety of retailers, such as Lane Knight, The Market @ Home and Babies on the BoulevardChapel Hill Shopping Center Located on the west side of the city, Chapel Hill Shopping Center offers an assortment of shops, such as World Market and James Avery Craftsman. This area is also home to HEB Central Market, which offers imported foods and fresh produce. Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District Featuring a variety of authentic western wear retailers, as well as women's boutiques and gift shops, Fort Worth Stockyards is a popular desination for the city's tourists and residents alike. Stop by Maverick Fine Western Wear or M.L. Leddy's Boots & Saddlery to pick up some new cowboy boots, or visit Sassy Pantz to stock up on the latest fashions and accessories for women. Hulen Mall If you're interested in one-stop-shopping, head to Hulen Mall and enjoy an array of stores conveniently located under one roof. Anchored by Dillard's, Macy's and Sears, this mall is home to more than 100 specialty shops, such as American Eagle Outfitters, Eddie Bauer and Gymboree. Ridgmar Mall Offering an upscale shopping experience, Ridgmar Mall is anchored by Neiman Marcus, Dillard's, Sears, Macy's, and JCPenney. The mall is also home to a variety of additional retailers, including Ann Taylor, Finish Line and Hallmark. Sundance Square Entertainment and Shopping District Sundance Square Entertainment and Shopping District spans 35 blocks and is known for its unique, eclectic stores, such as Barse Sterling Silver, Earth Bones, Retro Cowboy and Pappagallo ClassiquesUniversity Park Village University Park Village offers more than 30 retailers specializing in the latest fashions and home furnishings. Home to stores such as Pottery Barn, Francesca's Collections and Nine West, this upscale, open-air lifestyle center has something for everyone. Listings: Camp Bowie Districtstretches from University Dr. to Loop 820On the Bricks: University Dr. to I-30Ridglea: I-30 to Alta MereCamp Bowie West: Alta Mere to 820, including the traffic circleThe Village at Camp Bowie: Camp Bowie Blvd. between Bryant Irvin Rd. and Ridglea Ave., about .5 mile south of I-30 Chapel Hill Shopping Center4651 West Fwy Fort Worth StockyardsMaverick Fine Western Wear: 100 East Exchange Ave.M.L. Leddy's Boots & Saddlery: 2455 North Main St.Sassy Pantz: 140 E Exchange Ave #112 Hulen Mall4800 S Hulen St. Ridgmar Mall1888 Green Oaks Rd. Sundance Square Entertainment and Shopping DistrictBarse Sterling Silver: 501 Main St.Earth Bones: 308 Main St.Retro Cowboy: 406 Houston St.Pappagallo Classiques: 408 Houston St. University Park Village1612 South University Dr. Read about more places to visit in Fort Worth, TX.

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