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Shop in chalets and igloos this holiday season in Oklahoma City

Downtown Oklahoma City is expanding its holiday shopping options to some innovative and unusual formats: igloos and chalets.
by Heather Warlick Published: December 5, 2013
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This holiday season, downtown Oklahoma City is more festive than ever, with the amazing renovation of the Myriad Gardens, the blossoming retail and entertainment options and the flourishing number of people living and working downtown.

The season also brings some shopping opportunities to the area, in igloos and chalets, of all things. At the Myriad Gardens, an innovative grouping of chalets makes up the Winter Shops at Myriad Gardens. In Midtown, a series of geodesic igloo-shape domes offers another fun and varied shopping opportunity.

The Winter Shops feature 14 locally owned vendors carrying a wide variety of items, from handblown glass by Bella Forte Studios in Edmond to kitschy finds at Calamity Jane's Funk & Junk.

The chalets were patterned after the chalets in Bryant Park in New York City, said Christine Eddington, a Myriad Gardens spokeswoman.

“Those winter shops are phenomenal,” Eddington said. “That's the direction we're trying to head with ours, with unique and interesting things that appeal to a broad demographic.”

Holiday Pop-Up Shops

Last year at the Myriad Gardens, there were no chalets; there, the Holiday Pop-Up Shops debuted. This year, the Pop-Up Shops have relocated to NW 9 and Walker. The shops are designed in the style of igloos — geodesic domes made from pipes, heavy canvas and plastic that are temperature controlled for comfortable shopping.

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by Heather Warlick
Life & Style Editor
Since graduating from University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, Staff Writer Heather Warlick has written stories for The Oklahoman's Life section. Her beats have included science, health, home and garden, family,...
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