DALLAS — It’s certainly an ironic Texas twist—a Houston retailer noticing a void in Dallas’s fashion mix. Of course, Walter Pye Jr. is not just any Houston retailer. And because the Pye family sports a retail resumé spanning several decades, it didn’t take him long to find the perfect spot and set up shop in Big D.
Pinto Ranch, Pye’s latest venture, opens its doors Nov. 15 in NorthPark Center. The 9,000-square-foot space sequestered neatly between Neiman Marcus and Barneys New York touts “the best” selection of luxury and custom-crafted Western apparel and lifestyle accessories. In addition to the largest collection of handcrafted, exotic boots in the nation, Pinto Ranch will also offer custom-creased and -shaped hats and a full-service saddle and tack shop, as well as luggage, gifts and home accessories.
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