Lubbock is a shopping destination for much of West Texas and Eastern New Mexico.

Major shopping choices include:

South Plains Mall which has the anchors of Dillard's, JC Penney, Sears, and Beall's and a variety of mall stores, such as The Gap, FootLocker, Victoria Secret, etc. The focal point of the mall is the new two-story, complete with escalator, Barnes and Noble. On Slide Road across from The Mall, you find brands such as Old Navy, Toys R Us and Bed Bath and Beyond. 

Boutique Shopping such as Talbott's, Coldwater Creek, Banana Republic, and Chico's is found at Kingsgate at 82nd and Quaker.

Suburban shopping is centered at Canyon West at 6060 Marsha Sharp Freeway in the fast growing southwest corner of the county. There, you'll find World Market, Burlington Coat Factory, David's Bridal, Ulta, and fairly new brands to the market, and the city's only Cracker Barrel.

Vintage shopping can be a challenge in Lubbock, but if you are looking for funky or well-maintained vintage clothing, head over to Deja Vu Clothing locagted at 3302 Quaker Avenue. This store features an eclectic mix of modern hipster clothing and selected vintage pieces.They also carry interesting handbags, sunglasses, jewelry, and body care products. Another store close by to check out is the Vintage Rose, located at 3424 34th Street. This store can seem overwhelming at first because it is literally stuffed with antique jewelry, clothes, costumes, and everything else. You'll need plenty of time to fully explore this store and their hours can be erratic, so call ahead (806) 793-7673 and check to make sure you'll have time to take in all the treasures. 

Specialty Shops - One unique store is Pocket Full of Stitches, a very large needlework store. It is the largest store of its kind between here and Dallas and many people from the surrounding area make the trek to Lubbock just to visit this store.