Mind Your Manor

Just because it’s hot out doesn’t mean one can’t be glamorous. And a diva. This summer’s swim looks are racy and regal, perfect for a day by the pool, at the most grand (and pricey) house in Houston.

Swim bottoms, $970, by Christian Dior at The Webster; polka dot top, $395, by Caroline Constas, and patent rose choker, $895, by Saint Laurent, both at Neiman Marcus; sunglasses, $520, by Fendi at Saks Fifth Avenue. On the men: Black Speedos, $36.

Photos by Steven Visneau


Styled by Leslie Rivas-Kelly

Models Whitney Ann and Aaron Schechter for Page Parkes Agency, and Bryce Leasure and Ryan Boone for Neal Hamil Agency

Hair by Zackery Chapa for Hue Salon

Makeup by Edward Sanchez for Arched Beauty

Styling assistance by Tanesha Seafous and Kadita Dabu

Shot on Location at 100 Carnarvon Dr. in Memorial and is listed by Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty

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