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CALIA by Carrie Underwood has a pop-up shop located at Domain NORTHSIDE.


With Christmas around the corner, the CALIA pop-up is hoping to provide guests with a special shopping experience during the holiday season.

Underwood chose Austin as one of three cities to host the pop-up shop until December 31.

In an interview with Austin Monthly, Underwood described Austin as a fun city with great vibes. Austinites who are fans of the brand should also know Underwood mentioned there is a "good fan base for CALIA in Austin," so make sure to visit the pop-up before it's too late.

If you happen to miss the pop-up event, you can also shop CALIA by Carrie Underwood on their website and at DICK'S Sporting Goods stores.

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