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He Loves Me Not, 11-year-old Susan Boyd was assembling them into floral bouquets for her grandmother’s, a national flower-show judge. Gifted with years of experience and a knack for eye-pleasing designs, Susan started lining her walls with a variety of awards for her arrangements, ranking as a top floral designer in the United States and winning the FTD America’s Cup Design competition twice. She opened Poseys 'N' Partys Florist in 1978, and she continues to stock the shop’s shelves with her signature lush, freshly cut floral designs alongside exotic plants and gift baskets. She also arranges custom arrangements for myriad special events, including weddings, communions, and public apologies for accidentally disabling your entire block’s cable service.
910 S Cockrell Hill Rd
Duncanville,
TX
US
It was 1974. Jim Atkinson and Wick Allison had recently graduated from the University of Texas and were inspired to communicate with Dallas via an independent city magazine. They worked late into the evening as Allison attended graduate school, developing story ideas and reaching out to local businesspeople for financial backing. After they connected with Stanley Marcus of Neiman Marcus fame, the retailer recommended D magazine to his 200,000 cardholders. Demand shot up instantly, and they hadn't even printed the first issue. As the candid editorial content and assertive tone of D magazine gained attention, it also attracted heavy criticism. Atkinson and Allison relied on honest journalistic methods to inspire and provoke their readers. And though the editorial team's commitment to addressing controversial issues soon drove away less-than-stalwart sponsors, the magazine continued to gain support from its readers. After relocating to New York and founding Art & Antiques?the world's largest circulated art and antiques magazine thanks to its subscriber base and the 72-point font text used in every article?Allison returned to D magazine in 1995 to continue delving into the rich culture of Dallas and Fort Worth.
750 N Saint Paul St
Dallas,
TX
US
Blue Smoke of Dallas sparks full-bodied flavor with a panoply of premium rolled cigars. A three-month membership to the cigar connoisseur club supplies smoke-smitten folk with assortments of six to seven banded wrappers per month, guaranteed not to explode like products purchased from cartoon-bunny competitors. A premium Cohiba Lonsdale is included in every package, delivering flavorful puffs as balanced as a teeter-totter occupied by twins. Although access incurs an additional fee, Blue Smoke of Dallas' back lounge features four HDTVs and a Vegas-style poker table to supply a relaxing escape for stressed-out smoke rings.
4560 W Mockingbird Ln
Dallas,
TX
US
SampleHouse & CandleShop’s shabby-chic interiors house a full bouquet of ornamental and scented candles, as well as an array of stylish and practical products such as handbags, ornaments, and soaps. Wide-eyed votive candles ($2.25–$3.75) tag along after sophisticated, glass- and metal-rimmed older siblings ($10–$55). Add flair to underground lairs with wax sticks from Trapp, Votivo, Archipelago, Orleans, Voluspa, and other brands, available in a variety of colors, shapes, and fragrances. Or opt for eye-catching jewelry ($5.95+) or initialed hand towels ($6.95+) to finally differentiate your towel from the family ghoul's.
10720 Preston Rd
Dallas,
TX
US
T. Hee Greetings & Gifts' ever-changing selection of candles, party supplies, and custom-printed greeting cards brims from kaleidoscopic shelves, enriching special occasions and everyday experiences alike. The store's bevy of gifts and stationery supplies rotates regularly, bringing in a constant influx of new, distinctive products such as custom stamps ($30), custom iPhone skins ($29.95), and personalized scarves ($24). Note cards emblazoned with a name or initial, such as Crane hand-engraved initial correspondence cards, lend a personalized touch to correspondence—from lengthy love letters to passive-aggressive notes on a roommate's unwashed dishes or unfinished Frankenstein creatures. Mom agendas ($39.95–$42.95) keep parental reminders effortlessly organized, while cross-themed notepads ($7.95) spritz grocery lists with vibrant color. Party supplies and thoughtful gifts lavish guests of honor at any age, with decorative verbena bamboo candles ($27.95) ideal for grownups and Klutz face-painting books ($24.95) ideal for children and undercover CIA agents.
6465 East Mockingbird Lane
Dallas,
TX
US
Nest's comfy coffers are stocked with the latest in designer home furnishings for beds, baths, and beyonds, offering home décor, furniture, seating, and children's furnishings from vendors based in Italy and New York. Build up your soap's sagging self-esteem by giving him a home in a lavish oyster soap dish ($35), dress color-starved desktops with a Mondrian stationery box ($145), or keep track of auctioneering appointments in textured croc-style personal pocket journals ($38). Nest can also help elegantly illuminate alleyways with slender stick lighters ($33) and python iPad sleeves stylishly hold computer tablets so bowlers can speed-read Weight Training for Bowling in between rolls ($125).
4524 McKinney Ave
Dallas,
TX
US
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