Closet Raid: Jamie Pulido – Fort Worth Magazine

If anyone individual embodies the Fort Value type — or has had some hand in defining it — it’s Jamie Pulido. A retired nurse who’s develop into a part-time worker at Morgan Mercantile — which additionally occurs to be one in every of her favourite native retailers — Pulido’s taken her penchant for denim, cowboy hats, Dickies one-pieces, and Cowtown-clad shirts and managed to create some influential trend statements.

“Fort Value type is about being your self,” Pulido says. “It could be a mixture of wild west and hipster, however, in the end, it’s not about being the following individual; it’s about being genuine.”

Pulido attests that, ever since she began dressing extra authentically herself, she receives a hefty serving of double-takes and compliments when in public. She credit a handful of Fort Value’s inventive class — Tony Inexperienced, Rambo Elliott, and Nancy Lamb — with inspiring her to have enjoyable with trend and to maintain it funky.

Pulido invited us to take a look at her residence — alongside together with her closet — at her dwelling deep within the River District. What we discovered have been threads that positively screamed Fort Value.

Hat: Stetson

Tee: Morgan Mercantile

Bandanna: Morgan Mercantile

Denims: Levi’s

Bracelet: J Crew

Fashion tip from Jamie:

“Don’t be afraid to decorate the way in which you wish to costume. The pattern is to be your self.”

Jumpsuit: Dickies

Hat: Morgan Mercantile

Jewellery: Madewell

Gown: Classic from Doc’s Data

Cowboy boots: Classic from Honeysuckle Rose Classic

Bracelet: Madewell

Jamie’s Spots:

Morgan Mercantile


City Outfitters

Honeysuckle Rose Classic

Doc’s Data

Jumpsuit: Morgan Mercantile, 1791 Provide

Belt: Salty Umbrella

Sneakers: Dolce Vita

Bracelet: J Crew

September 29, 2022

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