Wear your Funkytown attire loud and proud. Fort Worth is home to several spots for cool shopping that should definitely be on your radar.
Named Best Gift Shop of 2019 by Fort Worth Magazine's, Fort Worth Locals gear is everywhere. You’ve probably seen shirts, cups or caps from this hot spot without realizing the maker. The Magnolia storefront sells everything Fort Worth while incorporating the city's fond nicknames: Panther City, Funkytown and Cowtown. In Austin they may keep it weird, but in Fort Worth, we keep it funky and you’ll find it here.
Whether you have a green thumb or a black one, plants can change a space, your mood and make for a great gift. Grow wants to help “first-time plant parents” find innovative plants that work for them, and even assist to display them in ways that are representative of one's personality. If parenting a plant isn't your thing, simply stop by to check out renovated 1978 Airstream Sovereign the store operates out of on Magnolia Ave.
Show off your love for The Fort with duds from Morgan Mercantile. Shop the storefront's in-house line, Panther City Provisions, comprised of quality pieces with a vintage flair. Morgan Mercantile also screenprints for area businesses like Grow Plant Shop and Kincaid's Hamburgers to name a few.
Shop Small Fort Worth is a collective of local artists that support and connect small businesses that were once home-based to display, promote and sell their products in upscale space called The Collective. A go-to for gifts, home goods, clothes and jewelry, The Collective also hosts workshops, pop-ups and special events.
When you are doing good for others you know it’s worth the buy! Tribe Alive is a fashion brand and social enterprise that combines business and social justice by empowering women around the world to find financial freedom through safe and meaningful employment at living wages. Women artisans in five countries - Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, India and the United States – create sustainable, toxin-free fashion that is sold directly to consumers, cutting out middlemen and excessive markups, to allow for prompt payment. Visit the storefront on Magnolia Ave.
Looking for something rare? You’ll find it at Wrare (pronounced with a silent W.) Located in University Park Village, shoppers will find home accents, gifts, candles and more in comfortably industrial, urban environment.