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Botkier Loves Dallas

Botkier Loves Dallas

In honor of the latest spring collection, Botkier took our love to Dallas for an intimate luncheon to celebrate some of our favorite girls-on-the-go. Southern style. Held at the Dallas Museum Of Art, the venue truly set the tone for spring. Think sleek artwork, floral adorned tables, and wisteria blooming outside the window. The whole vibe was 10/10.

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Amongst the display of new products – hello, wicker and gingham handbags – was a bevvy of beauties that were gracious enough to join us for an afternoon of food and fashion.

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Some names on the guest list: Amanda Miller, Morgan England, Natalie Keinan, Jaime Shrayber, Jaclyn Ram, Whitney Sims, and Brooke Burnett, along with sisters (and new Macaron bakers) Sarah & Natalie Knowlton of We the Birds.

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All repping this seasons new styles such as the Plateau platform sandal, the Wesley espadrille, and the new and improved Trigger satchel.

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We were also lucky enough to be joined by the bag lady herself – Tina Craig of Bag Snob. So, what are fellow bag snobs looking for in a handbag? A luxury look with a contemporary price tag, according to Tina’s pre-event Q & A. All of Tina’s picks were under $300, making spring trends easily accessible to those not looking to spend thousands on their next handbag purchase.

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Some of her collection call-outs included the Lennox Wicker Crossbody, the Cobble Hill Crossbody in Dove, and the picnic-worthy Lennox Crossbody in Lilac Gingham – which was perfectly accented by the wisteria blooms.

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With southern friends like these, and an ambience only Dallas could provide, it’s safe to say we’ll be back soon. Until then, check out our spring picks and new arrivals available at

Photo Credit: James Edwards


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