At River Oaks District Boutique, Pink Ladies Toast Rodeo Season and Spring Style

Natalie Steen, Marina Larroude, Lindsey McClain, Jamie Coulter, Sheridan Williams

SOME OF THE city’s most fashionable femmes ushered in a new season at La Vie Style House in River Oaks District.


Brand founders Lindsey McClain and Jamie Coulter, along with a group of hostesses that included Marina Larroude, Sacha Fruchter and Stephanie Pilevsky, welcomed VIPs to their pretty-in-pink boutique touting a new spring line and exclusive Rodeo collection. Dallas-based La Vie Style House, known for its colorful, vintage-inspired, one-size-fits-all items like caftans and wraps, opened its second storefront (and first in Houston) in October.

Among those spotted shopping with pink cocktails in hand: Reagan Bregman, Elizabeth Swift Copeland, Frances Moody Buzbee, Sheridan Williams and Teressa Foglia, who just opened her own hat shop nearby in River Oaks District.

Whitney Kuhn Lawson, Kathryn Swain, Amber Elliott, Frances Moody Buzbee

Ashley Tucker, Marina Larroude

Mae Nixon

Marina Larroude, Lindsey McClain, Jamie Coulter, Sheridan Williams, Natalie Steen

Teressa Foglia

Savannah Hall

Sacha Fruchter, Stephanie Pilevsky

Capera Norinsky, Lucie Harte

Meredith Maxwell, Sherry Maxwell

Courtney Elizabeth, Tay Briscoe

Reagan Bregman, Lindsey McClain, Sheridan Williams

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