Sparkle into Autumn with New Kendra Scott Collection

by Britni Rachal on September 29, 2020

Fall of 2020 is upon us, even in our great state of Texas. Though this year will undoubtedly be a little different, even with so many temporary changes, some traditions still shine bright. And, talking...

The Art of the Scarf: How to Support the Fight to End Breast Cancer

by Bebe Brown on September 23, 2020

Fashion giant Talbots has partnered with three internationally renowned female artists to design a limited–edition silk scarf collection honoring National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Talbots will donate 10% of the net proceeds from each “The...

The Color of Fashion: Finally Changing the DNA of an Industry

by Michelle Washington on September 10, 2020

As the Black Lives Matter protests have swept through cities around the world, fashion brands have tried to contribute to the conversation.  Much of the diversity being granted did not come from a place of...

#TXVoices: Jeremy and Lila Stewart, Hari Mari Owners

by Lisa Davis on May 7, 2020

Hari Mari was created by a husband and wife who wanted to wear comfortable and colorful sandals. So, they went out and created their own flip-flop company.   Living in Indonesia provided Jeremy and Lila Stewart...

Now More Than Ever, Show Mom How Much You Appreciate Her: 16 Great Gifts

by The Texas Lifestyle Magazine team on April 23, 2020

This year, moms are working from home, working in the home, homeschooling, cooking multiple meals per day, cleaning up after those meals and generally being a fluttering fairy all over the place. Surprise her with...

Five Minutes With Erin E. Hooley, Founder/CEO, Bailey’s Blossoms and Peyton Bre

by Julie Tereshchuk on April 22, 2020

If founding one multi-million dollar e-commerce clothing line is an accomplishment, what name do we give it when someone has founded two? Answer: Erin E. Hooley. Yes, with no degree and no formalized training (she...

#TXStrong: Kendra Scott Philanthropic Sparkle Shines Bright

by Britni Rachal on April 16, 2020

Feeding hungry children in need is now front and center on jewelry designer Kendra Scott’s giving back agenda. Add to that Scott’s signature-yellow masks donated to American cities hit hardest by the virus, plus virtual...

#TXTips: Short Hair, the Long Game

by Julie Tereshchuk on April 13, 2020

With hair salons closed and our favorite stylists downing their scissors, how do we keep those short ‘dos in check? Houston’s celebrity hairstylist Joel Quinones, from Solaya Spa & Salon by The Houstonian, is here...