As we say goodbye to 2013, shoppers can say hello to some serious savings.
You’ve seen them online, in the movies and on TV. You may even have donned an ugly Christmas sweater or two in your lifetime as a gag or on purpose.
A team of nearly a dozen professional clothing designers worked all year on one very special outfit. Check out what the folks at Dickies had to do for their biggest client.
Students in Keller ISD will have to get used to some changes regarding the dress code.
Retailers are bracing for big crowds this weekend. At the stroke of midnight on Friday, Texas officially kicked off its annual sales tax holiday.
As a mom after a long hot Summer, one of my favorite things is back to school and my second favorite thing is back to school shopping and saving money. That’s exactly what we’re doing on today’s “Steals and Deals.”
A new boutique opened in Allen today and you can find discounts of 70 percent off retail there.
You buy meat by the pound and coffee by the pound, why not clothes by the pound? In an effort to be more environmentally conscious, one North Texas thrift store is now giving you the option.
While there are several chain stores across the Metroplex that provide similar professional wear, there are more than a few standout boutiques that have unique options.
It’s a bi-annual event that no North Texas shopoholic would miss. Tonight kicks off the Fashion Industry Gallery (FIG) Finale sale.
Lansky supplied Presley with the pink and black shirts, pegged pants, two-toned shoes and other flashy duds in the 1950s.
Expect big crowds at malls this weekend across North Texas. The state will not be collecting sales tax on a lot of items Friday through Sunday, as part of the annual tax-free holiday.