press > November 16, 2017

The Top 10 Fall Trend You Can Buy in Dallas- Fort Worth

For style mavens, “the most wonderful time of the year” is arguably autumn, when the weather allows for fall runway trends to make their way to the streets. As a city that’s collectively as stylish as any other major metropolis, we bring you 11 of the season’s most coveted trends in fashion—and where to get them now in Dallas-Fort Worth. Our list kicks off with the Western-chic trend, because, after all, we are in Texas. Happy shopping, y’all.


Western-chic influences found throughout fall runway shows offered a new-age nod to essences of the American West. Similarly, bespoke boot boutique Miron Crosby embodies thoughtful design with a decidedly Texan flair. Dallasites are drooling over the luxe materials, hand-tied tassels and vibrant colors—plus the option to custom-build the perfect pair. (Other top spots to add some Western style to your wardrobe: Maverick Western Wear in the Fort Worth Stockyards, Wild Bill’s in downtown Dallas)  Little B boots, $1,295, available at Miron Crosby in Highland Park Village 

Miron Crosby cowboy boots

(Courtesy Miron Crosby)


Designers let the clothes speak for themselves quite literally this season, from bold slogans at Ashish to conscious messages for a cause at Prabal Gurung. The trend trickles into accessories with simple designs that still make a statement. With little more than a nondescript logo and bold type, Moschino’s ready-to-wear crewnecks and casual wear speak volumes. Off -White and other edgy designers join Moschino in a well-curated inventory of on-trend apparel at Traffic LA at the Joule Hotel.  Moschino crewneck sweatshirt, $275, Traffic LA at the Joule

Traffic LA at the Joule

(Courtesy Traffic LA)


West Coast label Garrett Leight’s John Lennon-inspired round specs get a modern update with the Wilson Sun Shield, featuring sleek, khaki rims and contoured acetate accents that seem to channel a modern-day Grace Kelly. Garrett Leight California Optical Penmar clip in gold sunflower, available at the GLCO boutique on Knox Street (opening this fall)

Garrett Leight Dallas

(Courtesy Garrett Leight)


Reese Witherspoon’s apparel and lifestyle brand Draper James continues to excite stylish Southern belles with its fall line. In a classy collaboration with Jack Rogers, preppy blue gingham plaid meets fashionable functionality in a water-resistant rain boot. Jack Rogers x Draper James rain boot, $118, available at Draper James in Highland Park Village

Draper James Dallas

(Courtesy Draper James)


Womenswear label Veronica Beard has found a home in Highland Park Village. Expect impeccably tailored dresses and blouses, a new collection of ultra-slimming denim and a luxe line of lust-worthy flats and boots at VB’s first store outside NYC. To say we’re excited the camo trend is back would be an understatement, but you’ll find statement pieces galore—leopard smoking slippers, vintage accessories and the like—at this edgy boutique. Available online or via the new Veronica Beard boutique in Highland Park Village

Veronica Beard Dallas

(Courtesy Veronica Beard)


If there was one investment piece to splurge on this fall, it’s the lived-in jean jacket. Differentiators range from patches and embroidery to metal studs and distressed details, meaning there’s probably a perfect denim jacket to suit any occasion and every day of the week. Available at

Rachel Roy LOVE

(Courtesy Rachel Roy)


In addition to Le Labo’s line of classic scents—why hello, Santal 33—the Brooklyn-based brand known for bespoke fragrances has made its 11 city scents—which are typically only available in their respective cities—available at boutiques and select retailers for a limited time. That means grab those scents locally before having to use those frequent flyer miles to get them. Available at Forty Five Ten on Main and Le Labo Fragrances downtown

Le Labo Dallas

(Courtesy Le Labo Fragrances/Forty Five Ten on Main)


Suede, leather, velvet, fur … the gang’s all here this season. AllSaints, the contemporary U.K. line famous for its legendary biker jackets and casual, street-chic style, softens up the iconic outerwear essential by trading classic black leather for sultry suede in a dusty pink hue. AllSaints suede biker jacket in clay pink, $398, available at AllSaints in NorthPark Center

AllSaints Biker Jacket

(Courtesy AllSaints)


Iridescent crystals and raw gemstones add an earthy sparkle to outfits this fall. Dallas designer Blaine Bowen rocks an aesthetic that radiates a mystic, bohemian vibe—think double-terminated quartz embellishments and stackable bracelets with colorful beads and crystals. Available at

Blaine Bowen Dallas

(Courtesy Blaine Bowen)


Known for fashion that’s not for the faint of heart, menswear label Robert Graham’s colorful sport shirts in groovy patterns and colorful prints provide the ideal pop of color and personality—and are versatile enough to dress up or down. Massif sport shirt, $298, available at Robert Graham at NorthPark Center

Robert Graham Dallas