A merlot-hued strapless satin gown with pockets, a dramatic red dress covered in gauzy rose appliques—the choices are many, but they’re all free thanks to University Christian Church’s Prom Dreams Boutique.
Walk into Tumbleweed Vintage Boots in Weatherford, and shop cats Biscuit and Kahlua barely acknowledge your existence. It’s not because they’re aloof. It’s because they’re typically sleeping (or catnapping).
Europe beckons adventurous travelers with its history, beauty, architecture, and cuisine, Switzerland calls out with its renowned Alps, cheese fondue, cuckoo clocks and cowbells, but it is actually a land with four distinct cultures.
Any time a buzzy brand enters the Fort Worth market before opening its doors in Dallas is cause for celebration. When it’s a trailblazer such as Milk + Honey, it’s especially sweet.
Plan on spending a good chunk of time at Tumbleweed Vintage Boots in Weatherford, especially if you’re seriously boot shopping.
Yvonne Wilson embraces her bad vision, rocking her glasses along with anything and everything she wears, mixing vintage finds with current designer pieces, which she can spot a mile away in a thrift store.
Krishna and Damodar Shenoy loved their one-story home on a wooded lot in Grapevine, but after living there for 10 years, they yearned for something bigger and brighter.
We confess to knowing Julie Hatch Fairley as a hard-working public relations dynamo. She answers email and phone calls promptly and cheerfully. But it’s a demanding profession, one that steals away a lot of personal time and requires a fully charged cellphone.
Gary Cole danced everywhere with his wife, Nina, from ballrooms to the dementia center where she lived at the end of her life. He honors her love of the arts with a special gift.