Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Shop Southlake for Back to School Styles: New Retailers Now Open + Tax-Free Weekend August 9-11

From fabulous first day outfits to back to school basics, help the kids get classroom-ready to tackle a new school year. Shop more than 260 retailers (including two new clothing brands) and stock up on certain items without paying sales tax this weekend during the Texas Sales Tax Holiday from Friday, August 9 through Sunday, August 11.

To start off your fashion frenzy, bohemian styles (popular with teenage girls or anyone who likes boho-chic), Johnny Was at 330 Grand Avenue West in Southlake Town Square is the place to go. The retailer has a 30-year history of offering artisan-inspired stitch work with luxe fabrics, signature embroideries, unique details and vibrant colors. With several locations across the country, find a variety of clothing items (tops, bottoms, dresses, outerwear, loungewear, swimwear) and accessories, as well as items for the home.

Inspired from all aspects of SoCal culture and lifestyle, TravisMathew offers premier men’s apparel for work and play – a great combination for active teenage boys. The brand has roots in golf apparel, but has evolved from the course to daily life with styles that look good on or off the green. Find men’s polos, t-shirts, button-ups, outerwear, pants, shorts, boardshorts, accessories and footwear, many of which are made with innovative materials for busy lifestyles. TravisMathew is now open at 402 State Street in Southlake Town Square.

The fun of back to school doesn’t stop there, be sure to visit Town Square favorites such as Tyler’s, Vineyard Vines and Janie & Jack. Send the kids back to school in style and stock up on certain items without paying sales tax this weekend only. For a full listing of businesses including the many retailers located in Southlake, check out the Southlake Shopping Guide.