Western Wear Pinto Ranch: No matter what your relationship status is, there are plenty of ways to show your date s how much you appreciate them. Husband-wife owners Becki and Jur van der Oord have been in business sinceoutfitting their Heights-area warehouse with cool collections, refurbished finds and custom creations from Jur's native Netherlands. Here are some suggestions to give your man a gift fit for a queen. Fashion Finds in Houston. The deli also offers the finest in deli meats, pates, domestic and imported cheeses, fresh caviar, and a complete assortment of domestic and imported smoked fish and salmon. Fashion Finds in Houston.
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Fashion-conscious guys have plenty of options in Houston, from buttoned-up preppy looks to some of the best designer discounts in Texas. Venture through the other building and discover modern and transitional furniture, lighting, rugs, linens and home accessories. Stag mixes old school classics with modern new collections. Lucky shoppers can often find her still in the store hard at work. Hand cut from double-ply Italian and Swiss fabrics, the shirts are made at the Richmond Avenue store by trained specialists who have been with the company for years. The duo has a reputation for showcasing hard-to-find goods and pieces by rising-star designers. Houston is full of movers and shakers in the gay community who would love to show you their side of