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XAR is fashion

Roy from XAR can style you to be the best dressed in the room

Article by Sally Crocker

Photography by Kendra Swalls, Mandy Calvin, XAR Instagram

Originally published in Southlake City Lifestyle

Is it time to elevate your fashion game for the summer? If so, let your style be your superpower with help from XAR Clothier. XAR can help you feel more confident and chic with personalized styling services. From wardrobe revamps to special occasion looks, XAR has you covered.

This month, XAR owner, Southlake’s well known Roy Rizwan, offers some great advice for men and women looking to update their wardrobes for the summer.

Get colorful. For men, colors are back this summer in a big way. Green, lavender and peach all look youthful and stylish.

White jeans are back. For a clean summer look, Roy recommends that men consider white jeans this season.

Dresses are very much in style for women’s summer fashion. Colors are bold, in beautiful oranges, yellows and more.

Prints are in. Consider going for prints this season – dresses in bold prints make a stylish, free and easy statement.

Bold, stylish and sophisticated all mix well. For both men and women, jeans can be dressed up with a bold and beautiful blazer for a contemporary look that can go anywhere.

Find your travel look. “Right now, people are traveling a lot, so women should consider shorts with a jacket, and lightweight fabrics that travel well and are cool and comfortable,” Roy says.

“For men, shorts and t-shirts work well when traveling. The Johnny collar is back again. This type of pointed, V-neck dress collar in a casual knit is easy to wear and looks well dressed for all your travel adventures.”

Clean and casual is a great way to explore your fashion sense.

Every outfit tells a story. “We make it all about empowerment,” Roy says. At XAR, you’ll discover the world’s most sought-after designer pieces, created just for you, custom jackets for men, and gorgeous women’s clothing for everyday wear or special occasions.

XAR’s team of expert stylists is dedicated to helping you look and feel your best. With years of experience in the fashion industry, XAR creates timeless looks that flatter any body type and celebrate your personal style. XAR’s women’s stylists have a keen eye for selecting unique pieces that add the finishing touch to any outfit, while XAR helps male clients look sharp for any occasion.

“When you walk in, don’t worry about sizes,” Roy says. “From old school to new school, we are here to recommend colors and certain looks that work for you.”

Visit the XAR style team today – located in Southlake Town Square.

This summer, go bold, go for color, find your travel look and more - with XAR Clothier in Southlake Town Square. 

  • XAR owner, Roy, with the lucky gents he styled for the June Southlake City Lifestyle cover.
  • Go bold this summer!
  • Roy can style every aspect of your wardrobe to perfection.
  • Roy with Miami Dolphins football player Braxton Berrios.
  • XAR's incredible collection of ties, pocket squares, cuff links and pins.
  • Yellow is one of this summer's featured colors.
  • Bold and beautiful.
  • Enjoy summer in prints and colors that make a statement.
  • Let XAR style your newest looks.
  • Clean, fresh looks from XAR.
  • The right combination.
  • Try something new this season.
  • XAR's summer florals are simply enchanting.
  • From casual to special occasion, XAR has the look for you.
  • Let your personal style statement shine through.
  • Alluring and gorgeous.
  • Fresh notes for a memorable summer.
  • Mix and match your wardrobe options.
  • Stylish and beautiful.
  • Summer bright and pretty.
  • Cool, comfortable and fit for different occasions.
  • Get the look with Roy!
  • Stop by and take a look at current fashion features.
  • Just part of the store's collection.
  • A wide array of choices.
  • Chic feet.
  • Beautiful inspirations.
  • Roy Rizwan, owner of XAR Clothier Southlake.

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