Want to shop local? A roundup of Fort Worth’s best boutiques


Street sign on Camp Bowie, the location of many local boutiques. (Photo courtesy of TCU360)

By Peyton Collins, Staff Writer

If you’re looking for Fort Worth boutiques to explore on your next shopping spree, these local stores have everything game day fits to special event attire.


THREE is located at 3460 Blue Bonnet Circle. The boutique has a variety of unique and trendy clothing and accessories at an affordable price.

The shop was named by its owner, Kristi Parker, who has three daughters. Parker was inspired by each of her daughter’s unique styles and now offers an assortment of pieces so that every customer can find something they like. 

THREE storefront, located in Blue Bonnet Circle. (Peyton Collins/Staff Writer)

Dear Hannah

Dear Hannah is a bright and vibrant boutique with two locations: Fort Worth and Dallas. 

The Fort Worth location can be found in the West Bend shopping area at 1621 River Run Suite 121.

The shop was founded by Hannah Callier with the intention of offering several brands for customers to browse. 

The shop is a popular destination for TCU students to find their purple pieces for game days.

The vibrant store atmosphere at Dear Hannah’s Fort Worth location. (Peyton Collins/Staff Writer)

Esther Penn

Esther Penn, a women’s fashion boutique with locations in Dallas, San Antonio and Fort Worth was founded by Alyson Johnson and Kacey Cargile.

The Fort Worth location is located at 3328 W. 7th St.

The owners handpick unique items, switching them out based on trends. The merchandise is inspired and sourced from Los Angeles. Every item is heavily considered before being bought for the store, and because items are bought in limited quantities, it is difficult to find these pieces anywhere else.

A look at the Esther Penn Fort Worth location. (Peyton Collins/Staff Writer)


Beehive is a boutique that aims to empower women through good vibes and confidence. The store carries a selection of fun statement pieces, prints, denim, shoes and accessories, as well as basics with a twist.

The Fort Worth location can be found at 480P8 Camp Bowie Blvd. 

Beehive boutique’s statement decor. (Peyton Collins/Staff Writer)

Hale House

Hale House began in 1955 in an airstream trailer. Customers could browse through vintage pieces, home, gifts and jewelry items. 

In 2014, the store moved to its current location at 4900 Camp Bowie Blvd.

The store now offers a variety of items such as apparel, jewelry, accessories and gifts. The brand prides themselves on finding pieces that you won’t find anywhere else. 

Hale House’s Fort Worth location. (Peyton Collins/Staff Writer)

American Threads

American Threads is a women’s boutique with several locations, as well as an online platform. Many of the store locations can be found in Texas, Florida and Georgia. 

Most American Threads locations are near college campuses, making it a fan favorite for college students. The store offers trending pieces at an affordable price.

The Fort Worth location is in University Park Village. 

Student shoppers

When speaking with students about their favorite places to shop in Fort Worth, many mentioned these stores as their go-to spots. 

TCU senior fashion merchandising major Chloe Julian said Esther Penn is her favorite place to shop.

“I like how they have trendy clothes that other stores in Fort Worth don’t have,” Julian said. “They have good quality clothes for a good price. Other than clothes, they also have great accessories that pair very well with the clothing they offer.”

Kendall Lebbin, a senior interior design major, said she loves she shops at Esther Penn too.

“Esther Penn is my favorite boutique because they have so much to choose from — clothes, shoes, bags, accessories — and everything is reasonably priced,” Lebbin said.

Bailey Stepan, a senior economics major, said American Threads is her favorite boutique.

“I feel like they sell the same things as other boutiques around Fort Worth but for so much cheaper,” said Stepan.