Vintage Tex Releases Holiday Collection Accessories start at $9 and clothing starts at $18. Dallas, Texas – December 2, 2016 – Vintage Tex has released its holiday collection at its shop (603 S Main St, Ste 300, Grapevine, TX 76051) in historic downtown Grapevine. The collection was first presented at the Vintage Tex Holiday Open House on Wednesday evening alongside a wine tasting by Wine Fusion Winery. “We have everything from casual Christmas day outfits to glamorous holiday party ensembles. Let our stylists know what event you’re shopping for and we will happily help style a festive look!” says Vintage Tex owner Jen Cooper. The 2016 Holiday Collection includesRead More →

Vintage Tex to Celebrate Black Friday and Small Business Saturday with First Ever 50% Off Sale The Grapevine clothing store is open daily from 11 am – 6 pm.    Grapevine, Texas – November 21, 2016 – Vintage Tex today announces that it will hold its first ever 50% off sale at its shop (603 S Main St, Ste 300, Grapevine, TX 76051) in historic downtown Grapevine this Friday and Saturday, November 25-26, 2016 in honor of Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. “Vintage stores rarely have steep sales, since we have no need to push inventory to make room for the next season’s trends.Read More →

Dallas, Texas – November 11, 2016 – Vintage Tex today announces that its Holiday Open House will be held from 6 pm – 8 pm on Thursday, November 1, 2016 at its shop (603 S Main St, Ste 300, Grapevine, TX 76051) in historic downtown Grapevine. A new holiday collection will be presented ranging from sparkly cocktail attire to casual Christmas day pieces. Wine Fusion Winery will also offer a complimentary tasting of wines. “We have so many stunning holiday clothing options in stock right now that we decided to have some fun and invite fans to try on all of their favorite pieces!” enthuses Vintage Tex owner JenRead More →

We are so thankful to CW33 for collaborating with us on their Fashion Fix story: Don’t be Basic this Halloween, Go Vintage! Here’s the Facebook Live preview they posted to their page: Also, check out our complete guide to all of the costumes on our blog! We also wan to thank Alicja, Hannah, and Lyric for modeling these costumes for us, and a special thank you to The Dragonfly Agency for connecting us with them!Read More →

Have you ever gotten all dressed up for a Halloween party, only to realize someone is wearing the EXACT same hotdog costume as you? Complete buzzkill, right? All the more reason to stop by and visit your local Vintage Tex gals! What you’re buying at Vintage Tex is not only a piece of art, but you’re getting true-to-decade fashion too. (The 70’s were not entirely littered with bright colored flower power pants). Not to mention the cost of an average, oh let’s say, a Mad Hatter costume can run you upwards of $110.00! No joke! How many times do you really think you’ll wear itRead More →

I hope by the title you can already assume what we are going to learn about today: Sizing yesterday, sizing today, andmaybe sizing tomorrow.   But! First things first, let me introduce myself. I’m Monica, the newest addition to the fabulous Vintage Tex team. Not to be confused with the great blogger before me (who is also named Monica, cool huh?). I love all things 60’s, hair, makeup, minidresses, and the ever so handsome James Garner. Or maybe just his beard. I am a vintage lover by day and an aspiring actress by night. Oh and Thai is my favorite cuisine. Just so you know.Read More →

Unfortunately, I just had my last day at Vintage Tex. What a crazy summer it’s been!  I’m heading back to Trinity University for the fall of my junior year. Working at Vintage Tex this summer was such an incredible opportunity.  Vintage clothing is a passion of mine, and this job helped turn the spark into a bonfire! I’m unashamed to say I was probably our best customer this summer. Dresses, skirts, blouses, vests, jeans, shorts, purses, jewelry–none were safe from me. I give a lot of credit to Jen for this–she has a terrific eye for vintage, and she stocks her store very well! EveryRead More →