Our picks at Bader Ranch, Blue Hills and beyond.

Clockwise from top left
MIRTH Sharing space with KD Weave, the sisters behind MIRTH are welcoming shoppers with a dramatic block printed tent. Shop airy dresses made in India, printed PJs, tabletop and extremely wearable halftans.
Modern Marla Follow the overturned Veuve bottles to the Hermes orange-colored designer consignment boutique, located a stone’s throw from beloved watering hole Ellis Motel, for pristine-condition designer handbags and apparel. 
V Is For Vintage Head to Barn E at Blue Hills — also home to Arloom and Gather Goods — for Zodiac necklaces fashioned from 1950s English horse bridle medallions and concho necklaces. Not headed to Round Top? Text Allison at 713.232.9670 for shipping.
Boon & Co. Step into the gorgeous greenhouse of the new mercantile to shop home decor and gifts. Hungry? Inside the main building, dine in the pretty restaurant and bar.
Unsubscribed Located at the entrance of Blue Hills, the ready to wear label hosts Texas stylist Natalie Lindsey, pictured, who will adorn you in an unmatched collection of vintage Western wear.
Katie Kime In a pretty, globally-inspired tent inside Bader Ranch — one of our favorite barns for antiques and artwork — the lifestyle label is offering on-the-spot monogramming on PJs, oxford blouses and toiles. Adjacent to the girly set-up, Miron Crosby showcases its brand new Y’all boots, pictured below.

Il Cuculo The people watching can’t be topped at Hotel Lulu’s lively bar, now serving breakfast lunch and dinner during the show. 
Stash Style Inside Bader Ranch near Sissy Light hats, browse Stash Style’s “I Shop The Fields” trucker hats, Round Top totes and tees, Après Shop quilted tops, Prada Marfa tanks, “I Liked Round Top Before It Was Cool” sweatshirts, and vintage designer jewelry. 

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