Last year, online menswear giant Bonobos opened their first brick-and-mortar in Dallas, and Warby Parker, a similarly digital purveyor of the finest hipster eyeglass frames soon followed. Now, amongst the coffee shops and restaurants and, yes, women’s boutiques, you’ll also find Trunk Club, an upscale bespoke boutique, where a designer helps dress a man according to his preferences. Outside of Henderson Ave., you’ll also find Traffic LA in The Joule Hotel, a Los Angeles transport with edgy styles and heart-attack inducing price tags. If you’ve got enough cash, it is entirely possible for Dallas’ trendy dudes to shop almost exclusively at the city’s new boutiques that cater to them. The real question, though, is: will they? Or, more importantly, are they even stylish enough?