8 clothing and jewelry designers in Fort Worth, TX

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Shop local at these eight family-owned clothing and jewelry companies. | Photo via @widebrim

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Fort Worth is filled with fashion-forward families with one-of-a-kind boutiques and designs that range from western chic to business fab and casual beachwear.

To help you stay stylish all year round, we asked you what your favorite family-owned shops and designers are in Cowtown — here are the top eight picks chosen by you.

Mud Lowery, Shop online

Local artist Shannon “Mud” Lowery creates jewelry made of sterling silver and gold detailed with turquoise stones. His designs have been worn by country music icons, like Miranda Lambert.

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Kori Green Designs, Shop at these local stores

Kori Green jewelry features natural and eclectic pieces made for both women + men and is handcrafted here in Fort Worth. Fun fact: Kori is married to country music star Pat Green.

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Tucker Brown, 122 E. Exchange Ave.

Opened in 1986, the women’s apparel store features country chic styles like cow-print sandals, embroidered western boots, and dresses fitted for the Texas heat.

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Morgan Mercantile, 121 S. Main St.

Created by husband and wife duo Kala and Chance Morgan, the shop sells a variety of home goods + men’s, women’s, and kid’s clothing along with the couple’s own in-house label, Panther City Provisions.

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Wide Brim, Located in the Lobby of Hotel Drover (200 Mule Alley)

Shop jewelry and stylish wide-brim hats featuring charms, feathers, and ribbons created by the boutique Flea Style.

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Jag, 3924 W. Vickery Blvd.

This women-owned clothing and jewelry brand strives to provide timeless pieces that are sophisticated, on-trend, and easy to wear.

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Winton + Waits, 411 S. Main St.

The woman-owned lifestyle shop features jewelry and home goods made by female makers around the world.

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Brooke Wright Designs, 3986 W. Vickery Blvd.

Brooke Wright and her team have created a women’s clothing line for every occasion, including summer dresses, skirts, purses, and dresses for the kids.

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DYK: We have our own shop — Six & Main. If you’re a local designer and want to collaborate (think: seeing your artwork displayed on our products and getting paid for it), we want to hear from you. And if you’re a local brand (locally-made hats, cocktail bitters, or dog leashes, etc.) we would love to stock your stuff on our virtual shelves.

Tell us about yourself or your brand in one of these surveys so we can get to know each other — who knows, we could be working together soon.

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