Shopping at a department store is practically a given when you visit a mall. Each one has a little bit of everything, and after enough shopping around, you'll find everything you were looking for. No matter who you are, odds are that you've missed being able to visit your favorite one. Many Texas department stores are reopening this month to finally give shopaholic their purchasing fix.

This month, Texans can expect to be able to shop at major department stores like Dillard's, Nordstrom, Burlington Coat Factory, and more.

Dillard's has already begun to reopen 55 stores in different states across the country, to include Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, and of course, Texas.

You can check to see when your local Dillard's is reopening on their official website here.

This week, Nordstrom is also reopening all 26 of its stores in Texas, including their more affordable chain Nordstrom Rack stores.

Oklahoma, Tennesee, and South Carolina have or will soon follow suit.

Burlington Coat Factory is reopening only 14 of its 22 Texas stores this Friday, and you can check to see if the ones nearest to you are included here.

Dillard's is even promoting a deal to get customers back into their stores once they reopen. You can get 100 "welcome back dollars" after spending $80 with them in-store only.

"We're celebrating reopening and want you to have something to celebrate too," reads the Instagram post.

Kohl's and JCPenney, two of the more affordable department stores, have already reopened several of their Texas stores.

Kohl's has decided to reopen with limited store hours, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

JCPenny is following the same route with their Texas stores being open Monday through Saturday from 12 to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Regardless of who is limiting their store hours, shoppers will be thrilled to see how many of their favorite stores have reopened, or soon will be.

Each store will have its own new limited hours, safety rules, and procedures that visitors will have to follow, so be sure to call ahead to make sure you are aware of them before you visit.