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Sophisticated Shopping On Wheels? You Bet. Meet LuxeLiner.

LuxeLiner Dallas
photography by Aaron Bowen

When Charlotte Anderson, Jennifer Clark, Alyson Griffith, Capa Mooty, and Wendy Poston huddled up with their (designer) thinking caps on, it became a recipe for a new Dallas venture that I’m sure is going to make shopaholics squeal with delight. Meet LuxeLiner, a boutique on wheels. Think food truck but with jewelry and handbags instead of tacos and baked potatoes. Tagline: Style Driven. Cute, right? We were lucky enough to be part of LuxeLiner’s exclusive launch party recently, so I got there early to sort through the display tables of the truck’s merchandise. There were cuffs, chained double rings, Western but contemporary belt buckles, heavy, beaded statement necklaces, soft-as-butter tanks and cool, raglan tees, skull print scarves à la McQueen, gold and silver bangles and bracelets for layering, and locally designed accessories, like colorful, oversized leather ring keychains and Jenny Galbraith’s wood bead bracelets. Check out some of the merch below.

Weekly stops are scheduled for deBoulle Diamond and Jewelry store (first appearance: Tuesday, December 4, between 2 pm and 6 pm) and Hotel Lumen (first appearance: TBA). You can follow @luxeliner to keep up with the most current stops.

LuxeLiner Dallas
photography by Aaron Bowen

The wares were displayed on tables for easy access during the launch party. I love the caged cuffs.

LuxeLiner Dallas
photography by Aaron Bowen

It’s safe to say this was the edgier table. Skull prints mingled with faux animal skin bracelets and spiked patent clutches.

LuxeLiner Dallas
photography by Aaron Bowen

If you’re not into bling or spikes, there’s a softer, bohemian side with beaded, pendant necklaces, earth-toned hats, and turquoise adorned earrings.

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