Dondolo designer and founder Catalina Gonzalez flanked by the founders of Fenwick Fields, Emily Johnson and Annie Stull.
Scalloped Square Placemat | Dondolo x Fenwick Fields, $38.00
Scalloped Circle Placemat | Dondolo x Fenwick Fields, $28.00
Pumpkin salad plate ($40) and dinner plate ($48).
Scalloped Round Table Cloth | Dondolo x Fenwick Fields, $240.00
If you live in Dallas long enough, you pick up on the brands local women tend to adopt into their wardrobes. You have your Golden Goose sneakers, your Mi Golondrina blouses, and a slick pair of Ultracor or Alo leggings (whatever happens to be hot in Bandier at the moment). But when you find yourself in an even more defined circle of women (the Dallas moms), you’ll quickly begin to spot another coveted brand: the Dondolo bubble. Once you know, you know — the little frock in question is meticulously hand-sewn with beautiful, timeless detailing. The brand has expanded its line to include women’s clothing and accessories, but their latest venture puts them squarely in the luxury lifestyle category: Dondolo Home.
Launched on October 7, the Dallas brand’s newest collection, dubbed The Fall Fête, features exquisite linens, embroidered placemats, and beautiful napkins in collaboration with another women-owned local company, Fenwick Fields. Ceramic plates and delicate stemware (the latter by Fort Worth-favorite Estelle Colored Glass) round out the collection, which also features illustrations from sought-after watercolor artist Riley Sheehey. Naturally, complementing apparel for women and children (including the beloved bubbles) completes the Fall Fête.
The Dondolo Home collection launched just in time to dress your table for the holidays, but make your purchases swiftly — the Dallas brand doesn’t restock once items sell out.