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How Cover Swim’s Lisa Moore Does the Holidays

Wish you had a cheat sheet for how to make the most of the holidays? Look no further.
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How Cover Swim’s Lisa Moore Does the Holidays

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We asked Dallas tastemakers for their seasonal staples—those items that, for them, the holidays wouldn’t be complete without. Cover Swim founder Lisa Moore shares her favorites.

Favorite place to buy gifts: Joanna Czech

Favorite hostess gift: Flowers from Grange Hall

Go-to place for gift wrap: Paper Source on Cole, Anthropologie in Highland Park Village

Best place to buy a holiday party outfit: Net-a-porter

Go-to Holiday Catering Company: Cassandra’s Fine Catering

Go-to holiday cocktail or spirit: Vodka martini

Favorite non-alcoholic holiday drink: Hot apple cider

Dish your holiday spread would be incomplete without: Southern cornbread dressing, mom’s family recipe

Favorite holiday tunes: “Silent Night”

Favorite holiday flick: Love Actually

Go-to source for holiday decor: Nicholson-Hardie

Must-have decorative item: Needlepoint stockings

Favorite holiday tradition: Sleigh rides from Highland Park Village

Best Santa: Dallas Country Club

Best place to see holiday lights: Armstrong Avenue in Highland Park

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