Get the Look: Uniquely Denton

Published on: Tue, Jul 01, 2014

By Porchia Paxton
Photos by Gloria Chen
Styling by Sarah Nwiba
Denton Live: July-Dec 2014

Let’s face it. Everyone praises their own town or city as being the “best.” But when Denton lays claim to this honor—whether in music, food or LA DI DAfashion—it proudly backs up what it
boasts. Fashionistas (and those just looking for a fresh look) will appreciate the stylish boutiques a savvy shopper will find dotting downtown Denton. Browsing these shops for quirky
finds makes for a fun day full of “Dentoning” and guarantees you’ll experience things, places, people and fashion that is undeniably exclusive to this city. The fashion scene here is one-of-a-kind, where the “local look” is influenced by western wear and Denton’s uniquely independent spirit. Explore these can’t-miss shops and see for yourself!

Sleeping Lizard

A quirky little coin purse may be enough to make you an honorary Dentonite! This, along with many more of the same cutesy crafts, can be found at Sleeping Lizzards.

Circa 77 Vintage Shop
225 W. Oak St.
This vintage store doesn’t disappoint. Whether you’re looking for an outfit that no one else will have or you just want to add some cool vintage pieces to your closet, you’re bound to fall in love with these ‘oldie but goodie’ fashion trends.

la di da/ Shoe Fly
114 N. Locust St.
This boutique sells cute, fashionable attire for all ages and every situation along with colorful, cool jewelry. The ever-casual Toms shoes are sold at the connecting Shoe Fly store. The looks here are always on trend­—but with a Denton twist.

Sleeping Lizzards
424 N. Elm St.
As soon as you step inside the fun-filled jewelry and craft shop you’ll feel like you’ve been teleported into a wonderland of accessories and creative gifts. This store is packed wall-to-wall with crazy-cool finds that make for the best, and most thoughtful presents to give to friends and family.

The DIME Store
510 S. Locust St.
Home to quintessentially Denton handmade goods from more than 40 makers in the surrounding area, local artists share their creations in one place to create a true Denton experience. Don’t miss special events such as the DIME Handmade Harvest in November.

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