The Astros Are in the ALCS, and You Can Cheer Them on in Style!

The Astros Are in the ALCS, and You Can Cheer Them on in Style!

Cookies at Dessert Gallery

THE HOUSTON ASTROS destroyed the White Sox yesterday, advancing to the American League Championship Series for the fifth straight year. The World Series is surely up next! While a team jersey is always a foolproof option for showing support, we challenge you to get creative with your outfits. Orange and blue are directly opposite on the color wheel, so you won't have trouble finding these complementary hues when shopping.


FEMININE AND FLIRTY The Latina-owned online boutique knocked it out of the park with the Carmen top. Handmade by Mexican artisans, the long-sleeve denim is beautifully accented with orange embroidery. $185, margaritamercantile.com

SPACE OUT Weave Diversity Clothing's unisex tee Space City Baseball team into your Astros collection. One more won't hurt. $25, diverscityclothingco.com

ENOUGH SAID Hou vs. The World. Say no more. $30, stateline-designs.myshopify.com

MAKE YOUR POINT Celebrate the Houston Astros with a timeless needlepoint belt. Shop this design at Memorial-area boutique Pretty Please. $175, prettypleasehouston.com

VINTAGE BLING David Yurman's signature cable bracelet is easily recognizable. This estate piece from 2010 features lapis and coral making it the ideal accessory for any Astros fan. $9,850, tenenbaumjewelers.com

EAR WE GO! Deck out your ears in an updated style of a Kendra Scott favorite. Shop the Tessa Stud earrings in Papaya Mother of Pearl online or in storefronts around Houston. On sale for $24.48, originally $48!, kendrascott.com

WRIST LIST Clay polymer name bracelets are all the rage right now. Personalize them as you please from this Houstonian's Etsy shop. $15, etsy.com/shop/emgemscreations

GIMME SUGAR Sugar cookies, that is. Here's the most delicious way to root for the 'Stros. Dessert Gallery offers these perfect additions to your game-day party spread! dessertgallery.com/

Style
Chapman & Kirby Launches Free Concert Series for Spring

Danny Ray and the Atlantic Street Band performs May 31 (photo from dannyrayatlanticstreetband.com)

CHAPMAN & KIRBY, THE premier event destination in Houston’s East Village, is thrilled to announce the launch of its Spring Music Series, kicking off on Friday, April 12. Chapman & Kirby has become synonymous with top-tier events and unforgettable experiences, many attended by celebrities both local and worldwide. With concert ticket prices soaring to hundreds and even thousands of dollars in the last year, this eight-week music series promises to be a welcomed opportunity to engage with live music for free, showcasing an eclectic lineup of talented acts.

Keep ReadingShow less

Badolina Bakery in Rice Village (photo by Kirsten Gilliam)

WHAT MAKES A restaurant patio great? Beauty, comfort, uniqueness? Check. Stellar food? Check. The feeling that you got away from it all? Triple check. Whether you’re looking to whet your whistle, grab a bite in a treehouse, dine under the stars, or catch a sunset over the urban landscape, Houston is rich with patios, balconies and rooftops. Get some air and celebrate the glorious season at these newbies and stalwarts.

Keep ReadingShow less

Local Foods sandwiches

ONCE UPON A time on a charming vintage corner of West University Place, chef Tony Luhrman cranked out tacos and other Mexican specialties in his tiny restaurant El Topo. The newcomer earned recognition from Texas Monthly and elsewhere, but couldn’t pull out of the post-COVID slump. Enter Maximo in the same space, a new Mexican concept owned by Benjy Levit (Local Foods, Lees Den, Eau Tour), Luhrman, and Dylan Murray of Local Foods.

Keep ReadingShow less
Food