Houston’s abuzz as everyone gets ready for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the world’s largest livestock show and richest regular-season rodeo. This unmatched, multi-week event kicks off on Tuesday, February 27 with Garth Brooks’ sold-out concert, and the good times (which include a big-purse Rodeo, some of the biggest names in the music industry, the largest Western shopping mall, a carnival, and amazing food) roll on through March 18.
The tastemakers of the world share a secret — a common thread that elevates their style from the trend of convenience to the lasting legacy of class. The answer? Customization, and top-notch service to complement it.
The entrepreneurs behind Q Clothier and Rye 51 know this, and they’ve been bringing modern, yet classic style to discerning men since 2003. Even in this digital age, they’ve attained unprecedented success. Their latest achievement is a sleek brick-and-mortar in Houston’s newest mixed-use development, Heights Mercantile.
Despite thermometers indicating otherwise, it is officially fall! Because of the Houston heat, you will need transitional pieces that can be draped on or taken off when temperatures are sliding between 85 and 60 degrees. These pieces probably already have a place in your closet, so in that spirit, I’ve featured some wardrobe items from my own closet with suggestions on where you can shop around Houston to grab similar looks of your own! Here are three staples to keep close at hand as the seasons (slowly) turn.