Southwest Garage Door of Houston
As gaga as we girls go over a man in uniform, it simply seems fit that we would look just as cute in camo and cargos- actually, cuter. The military inspired look has never been hotter, it's truly a style that's made its way from costume to closet commodity. Dressing in a way that would make Uncle Sam proud has more than just aesthetic benefits -- the added perception of authority from a girl wearing a shirt with stars and stripes insignia. As we've learned from our fellow Americans in the Service, pockets and buttons can be as alluring as they are utilitarian! Although our favorite military jackets don't bode well underneath the blazing sun, throwing on some light long-sleeves at night are a great summer approach to cadet chic when evenings get brisk. Keep the look casual with camouflage and classy with the same tailored, buckled and double-breasted perfection that the military expects of its troops. If you'd rather don a mostly civilian look, brave a short-billed army cap along with your everyday summer fashion. See the slideshow for some sir-yes-sir pieces for this summer's boldest look!
The perfect way to end a busy day of golf, waterskiing or sightseeing? Linger over a fantastic waterfront meal at La Torretta Del Lago Resort and Spa in Montgomery, Texas. Located just outside of Houston, the property has an impressive 10 on-site restaurants, not to mention room service and catering. But the piece de resistance is award-winning French chef Albert Roux's first American restaurant, Chez Roux. This four-star gem features rotating weekly menus of contemporary French cuisine prepared with fresh local produce and Parisian flair. A modern open kitchen, breathtaking views and exquisitely prepared cuisine -- think Maine lobster mousse and caviar wrapped in spinach with Champagne sauce -- make the Chez Roux experience a true culinary treat. Try not to drool after you click "See Video" below, then start planning your trip via the Modern Luxury Houston page!