Beasley’s Jewelry & Boutique Offers Fashion-Forward Trends in Old Town Lewisville
Layering in Texas is always practical, and according to Lisa Dubberley with Beasley’s Jewelry & Boutique, long cardigans, skinny, high-waisted jeans and chunky sweaters will be trends this season. Top fashion lines for the store include Articles of Society jeans that boast a spectacular price point and an even better fit for all sizes. Elan is a top-selling brand, as is By Together, a Dallas-based line that creates easy layering pieces and great dresses for fashion-forward women. Hem & Thread is a new line this season for the store. The items have an Anthropologie feel without the price tag. Mauve, charcoal gray and color blocking are popular for clothing colors, and for jewelry yellow gold is hot! Stack rings are a must, lariat-style necklaces are trending, and chokers have made a comeback but can be adjustable and versatile. Layering for jewelry is also on point, and some of the most popular lines are Gabriel NY, KC Designs and Sophia by Design. If you didn’t know iconic Beasley’s, celebrating 70 years this fall, also housed a fashion-forward boutique next door—you’re welcome.
Outfit 1: By Together off-the-shoulder black cotton top layered with Elan suede laser-cut shawl and her own jeans
Outfit 2: By Together paisley tie top layered with Elan open-front faux leather jacket and her own jeans
Outfit 1: Libby Story watercolor cross-front tank with By Together lace bralette; layered with Elan open-front faux leather jacket and Articles by Society “Stephanie” step hem denim
Outfit 2: Amuse Society Lovestruck Tunic with By Together crisscross bralette and her own pants
Outfit 1: By Together peasant top with Articles of Society “Sammy” step hem denim
Outfit 2: Libby Story Holly top with Libby Story rose metallic bralette; Articles of Society “Sarah” ankle skinny raw hem denim
On Donna: Sakamoto sterling and 18k yellow gold bracelets and earrings; Officina Bernardi sterling silver necklaces
Kimberly: KC Designs 14k white gold necklace with diamonds; Sophia by Design 14k white gold earrings with diamonds
Susie: Sophia by Design matching 14k yellow gold necklace and earrings with diamonds; Midas 14k yellow gold chains and bracelets
Clothing and Jewelry:
Beasley’s Jewelry & Boutique
177 W. Main St., Lewisville, Texas
Hair and Makeup:
Tangerine Salon stylists Heika, Maddy and Alisa
The Shops at Highland Village
4151 Waller Creek #110, Highland Village, Texas
Sparrow Ranch; Proprietor: Pam Rheudasil
1 Lake Trail Drive, Argyle, Texas
Jossy Cruz and team at Pro Events Staffing LLC
Fashion, Fun and Friends at Sparrow Ranch
Tucked away in Argyle is a hidden gem retreat perfect for family reunions, corporate events and weddings: Sparrow Ranch. Proprietor Pam Rheudisal warmly welcomed us into her amazing home for the Cross Timbers Lifestyle September fashion shoot. Pam brought in Jossy Cruz from Pro Events Staffing to create perfectly chilled custom fruit mojitos (a must on a steamy July day) and from-scratch Venzeluan goodies to keep our energy up.
Heika, Maddy and Alisa with Tangerine Salon Highland Village worked their magic on our lovely models, and Robert Ray Photography captured the rustic glamour and fashions provided by Beasley’s Jewelry & Boutique.
Thank you to our amazing models, who are as talented and committed to service as they are lovely. Each of these ladies is passionate about our community, volunteering in their spare time, raising their families and working hard to make our Cross Timbers region a better place to live, love, work and thrive.
About the Models
Dr. Kimberly Gronberg, DDS, MS, is the owner of Gronberg Orthodontics. She and her husband, Erik, have lived in Highland Village for 14 years where their daughters attend Briarhill Middle School and McAuliffe Elementary. Dr. Gronberg was honored recently with a lifetime membership to the McAuliffe PTA and also supports and volunteers with local nonprofit Winning The Fight. The family attends First Baptist Lewisville and serves in different areas within the church. Gronberg Orthodontics is celebrating 10 years this fall and loves to donate and sponsor many local organizations and charities.
Donna Tarwater and her husband, Scott, raised their family in Grapevine but moved to Flower Mound 5 years ago after a detour in Missouri. Donna’s background is in design/decorating where she was an in-home consultant for a major company for years. She now assists in the marketing efforts at Visionary Financial Group and enjoys spending quality time with her family, including her kids and grandchildren, who reside in Bridlewood and Lantana. Donna is a charter member of Cross Timbers Rotary Club, an active member of Flower Mound United Methodist Church and volunteers for Random Acts of Kindness.
Originally from Minnesota, Susie Carter, president and owner of Mixed Media Creations, has lived in Flower Mound since 2006. Susie is a servant leader who began her company more than 10 years ago with one employee and today leads a team of 30 in her nationally recognized, award-winning, full-service creative shop. Susie and her husband have four children, two at Wellington Elementary and one at Forestwood Middle School. They also just welcomed an exchange student from Chile into their home for the year.
“Susie serves on the executive board of the Lewisville Chamber, Girl Scouts, Denton County Friends of the Family and various organizations through her Cross Timbers Rotary Club.