With the large Hispanic population and cultural influence in Dallas, many Texans celebrate Dia de los Muertos ("Day of the Dead") during the Halloween season.
If you're looking to find unique decorations to commemorate this popular holiday, then there's no better place to find them than at Fete-ish. This popular boutique features some of the most unique holiday decor in all of Dallas, including the always-fun sugar skulls.
No matter if you're in the market for traditional Halloween decorations – like jack-o'-lanterns, black cats and ghosts – or you want to put a Day of the Dead touch on your home, Fete-ish has it all!
Sugar skull at Fete-ish — Photo courtesy of Denise Brandenberg
One of the best things about Fete-ish is its changing outdoor decor to go along with the seasons. In October, shoppers will be greeted with flowers and sugar skulls when they arrive.
Along with a wide variety of colorful, hand-painted sugar skulls, some of the great finds in October for the Day of the Dead include sugar skull micro-purses perfect for a fun night out on the town, throw pillows, tree ornaments and Day of the Dead bride and groom sets.
Shoppers who love to decorate the whole home on holidays will love the wall art that features different Mexican Loteria cards, as well as hanging butterfly sugar skulls.
Year-round, there's always a wonderful selection of Talavera animals that combine Texan and Mexican culture, like Talavera armadillos, longhorn skulls, pickup trucks and chihuahuas.
If you enjoy scaring your trick-or-treaters, then you can choose from skull door knockers, masks and quirky treat bowls. Stock up on Halloween candles and other party fare, like martini glasses and quirky cocktail napkins.
Situated in the hip Bishop Arts District, Fete-ish is often a stop on the popular wine walks, and it's always more fun to shop there on Friday nights, as they offer complimentary adult beverages.
Fete-ish goes all out for every holiday, so come back for great Christmas and Valentine's Day decorations, as well. It's no wonder the shop bills itself as the store that has "unique gifts for quirky folks."
Be sure to see it for yourself the next time you're in Dallas.