Friday, June 10, 2016

Stars Align At Dallas Boho Boutique Fashion Show

Photo courtesy of the Gypsy Wagon Facebook page. 

Dallas favorite The Gypsy Wagon hosted it's first fashion show to celebrate their success and kick off the summertime season. Situated on the busy corner of Henderson, the store brings in foot traffic from both Dallas boho babes and those looking for the perfect element to add to their unique wardrobe. 

The Gypsy Wagon is filled with clothes from dreamy designers such as celebrity favorite Johnny Was, to free-spirited fav. Free People. The store has an aesthetic of boho with a Western flare, or "boho chic", a look that is growing fast in the South, especially in Texas. 

 Not only does The Gypsy Wagon sell fabulous frocks, but it also a great spot to find a gift for a friend, or for yourself. Items include fun stationary from Bando and candles from Voluspa.  It is always a favorite of mine to shop when back home.

With a sudden explosion of the boho chic look, the Gypsy Wagon now has three stores, and is teeming with business. To celebrate their accomplishments and the summer, the store decided to host a fashion show complete with cocktails, music, and more.

Local favorite Tribal Juice concockted drinks for the event. Photo by Madeleine Crenshaw. 

Inspired by the astrological signs, the fashion show displayed the store's favorite looks for the summer. Indie jams spun by Jason Abbott played as the boho crowd of Dallas mingled with one another while sipping on cocktails made by Tribal Juice. Their fresh pressed juice with tequila was an absolutely perfect summertime drink to sip on for the evening. Live jewelry making from Dallas jewelry line the All The Wire was also in full effect during the evening, pressing astrological signs into silver and gold plated bands.

The show kicked off with a speech from the owner Carley Seale, who also doubled as the emcee. As models strutted down the runway with this season's hottest looks, Seale read out each astrologcial sign, from their characteristics to its interests.

A bold dress with a fringe purse is a subtle, but bold look for the summer. Photo by Madeleine Crenshaw. 

All about this denim on denim look. Photo by Madeleine Crenshaw. 

The Gypsy Wagon Dallas location is on 2928  Henderson Avenue. The store also has locations in Austin and Crested Butte, CO.  If you ever come across one of their stores I highly recommend taking a peek inside. 

The Maximalist. 

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