August 30, 2017

This post is sponsored by Sundance Square, but all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Running in Heels Possible.

A couple weekends ago, I drove to Fort Worth with Nataly to spend the day shopping in Sundance Square. I haven’t spent much time in Fort Worth since moving to Texas, so I was thrilled when they invited me to go shop! Sundance Square has tons of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options, so you can really spend a whole day without needing to leave! In this post I’m going to walk you through my day!

First stop was Coyote, an urban boutique, with just the right amount of sparkle and chic. Coyote is a fun little store with gorgeous handmade jewelry and local art on the walls. The prices are very reasonable and they carry a great mix of brands! How gorgeous is the sequined dress I tried on? I just need a place to wear it, or I totally would have bought it!

It was a really hot day, so after a couple of stores we stopped at Starbucks for some air conditioning and iced tea. After a much needed break (shopping is hard) we went to Parts Unknown. This was definitely a western style store, and so perfect for Fort Worth! If you are visiting the area, stop in to get a taste of western style! By the way, if you didn’t know, I’m a midwestern girl who has never owned cowboy boots and never plans to, however, they did have some really cute pieces and sold Kendra Scott!

For another necessary break, we stopped in the square for popsicles from Steel City Pops! Can we talk about a more perfectly placed food cart? That popsicle hit the spot and then melted down my arm in 3.2 seconds. Finally, we stopped in Francesca’s who was having a huge sale, which is still going on.

Last but not least, we needed sustenance before heading home. So, we stopped at Cantina Laredo for dinner. There were so many options in Sundance Square such as Taco Diner, Reata and del Frisco’s Grille, but we really made our decision based on proximity to the car. Even with not being familiar with the city, Sundance Square was simple to find and navigate. Parking was free with validation, and everyone was so friendly!