Ten Best Dressed – Tucker Enthoven

Tucker is a third-time honoree. She is married to Rich Enthoven, and they have four children. In addition to her work on the Crystal Charity Ball Committee, she has served on the board of directors of the Senior Source, Big Thought, Educational First Steps and the Letot Center Foundation. She received her bachelor of science and master’s degree from Stanford University. She was chairman of the 2017 Celebrating Women Luncheon and is Ball Reservations co-chairman for the 2018 Crystal Charity Ball.

Q: What is your fashion motto?

A: When in doubt, wear something classic with fun, bold accessories.

Q: Tell us about your favorite piece of clothing in your closet:

A: An ivory leather Loro Piana jacket that I’ve had for years. It’s the perfect light jacket for both Dallas and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where we spend time in the summer.

Q: What’s been the most valuable learning experience as part of Crystal Charity Ball?

A: There are so many! I love learning the hidden talents of our committed members: everything from ice skating and baking to serious organizational savvy and CPA’s.

Q: Tell us about your favorite local designer:

A: So tough to pick just one! Ellen Hoffman Design. Her colorful stone necklaces look great with anything from a T-shirt and jeans to a cocktail dress.

Q: Who is your style inspiration and how do you embody them?

A: Olivia Palermo. She is not afraid to take risks and always has fun with shoes and handbags, both of which I love.

Q: What is your favorite Park Cities or Preston Hollow eatery to get dressed up for lunch with girlfriends?

A: I attend an annual birthday party for a friend at Café Pacific every August that I always love.

Q: Other than the beneficiaries of Crystal Charity Ball, what charity/cause pulls at your heartstring, and why?

A: Big Thought provides crucial out-of-school time opportunities for students in high-need neighborhoods. Fun, educational programs for children after-school and during the summer make a real difference in closing the learning gap.

Q: What cosmetic is always in your purse?

A: Lipstick

Q: Tell us about your favorite Park Cities or Preston Hollow place to get pampered:

A: Terry Edgmon Salon

Q: What fashion statement this year do you dislike, and why?

A: Combat boots are WAY too heavy and clunky. It doesn’t help that I have a giant foot!

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