The Dolly Python is a local thrift store in Dallas that has a beautiful collection of vintage clothing, strange objects and interesting one of a kind hand made art and jewelry. Overall even if you don’t find anything you want to buy, you will go back for the experience.
This store is a very interesting spot for people of all ages that like oddities, antiques, and one of a kind statement pieces. This shop has a beautiful collection which is all around the store. The store itself has a blog/site that they keep up with whenever they get new and interesting pieces in which is great for frequent customers so that they know when new items have arrived and can see if there is anything that they would be interested in going to take a look at. After my first visit to the store a few years ago I fell in love with the overall atmosphere of the store band everything that it sells, and many people agree with me. I checked out popular review sites to see what others thought of the vibe and products of the store and it seemed that all oddity lovers were as well in love with the shop from the moment that they walked in. Once you visit you will be hooked, if not for the product that they are selling for the atmosphere. The shop itself is easy to pass up because it does not look like much from the outside, but once you are in it is like being submerged into a whole different world. If you love oddities this is a must visit location, but considering the fact that most of the pieces are vintage/one of a kind be prepared to possibly spend a tad bit more cash than at your neighborhood thrift store. Although some of the products are a bit more expensive they are very much worth it. I myself have bought a few items from the store including an uncut quartz necklace, a ouija board, some 1940’s pin up shots, and a cow skull. Every time I am around the area, i make sure to stop in and see if there is anything new in the shop, and a few others. Its location is ideal if you have the time for a “Dallas Day”, because the shop itself is quite close to the Deep Ellum portion of Main Street where there are many other quirky shops along with a metaphysical shop not far from it.