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Reese Witherspoon stops by Highland Park Village to bless her new store

Reese Witherspoon pops into Dallas to bless her new lifestyle store

Jim Toth, Reese Witherspoon, Gray Malin at Draper James store opening
Reese Witherspoon with her husband, Jim Toth (left), and artist Gray Malin. Photo by Gary Miller/Getty Images for Draper Jamers
Reese Witherspoon and Staubach family at Draper James store opening
The Staubach family joined Witherspoon to celebrate the store's opening. Photo by Gary Miller/Getty Images for Draper Jamers
Ladies with Reese Witherspoon at Draper James store opening
Witherspoon and her ladies say cheers. Photo by Adam Stewart Photography for Draper James
Reese Witherspoon at Draper James store opening in Dallas
Witherspoon outside her store in Highland Park Village. Photo by Adam Stewart Photography for Draper James
Draper James store interior
Draper James stocks ready-to-wear, accessories, and home products. Photo by Adam Stewart Photography for Draper James
Jim Toth, Reese Witherspoon, Gray Malin at Draper James store opening
Reese Witherspoon and Staubach family at Draper James store opening
Ladies with Reese Witherspoon at Draper James store opening
Reese Witherspoon at Draper James store opening in Dallas
Draper James store interior

Draper James is officially open at Highland Park Village, and miss Reese Witherspoon herself was here to get the party started. Also in attendance were her husband, Jim Toth, and her daughter, Ava, who sported the Draper James Love Field Beverly Romper in support of mom's big night.

Witherspoon was also decked out in one of her creations, the Kessler Dress ($395), which is available now at the Dallas store — but you better act fast if you want one, because it's a limited edition (only 50 were made), and it won't last long. 

This is the second brick-and-mortar store for Witherspoon's Southern-inspired fashion and lifestyle brand, which opened its flagship in Nashville last fall.

The Dallas location is an 1,800-square-foot store designed by interior designer Mark Sikes, and it features ready-to-wear, accessories, and home products in season prints (like a brand-new tailgating collection and special voting gear). Also available at the store is a new Howdy print from artist Gray Malin, who popped by the party to say hi, as did the Staubach family.

At the end of the night there was a special musical performance by country music artist Jessi Alexander and husband Jon Randall.