Cowgirls & Conchos

 Turquoise Thunderbird Concho Belt “This concho belt is such a classic in the western industry; I mean who doesn’t love thunderbirds? And will they ever go out of style? Let’s hope not! I love how the turquoise stones inside each thunderbird is broken into small pieces instead of being just one solid stone.” – Brianna   Green Turquoise and Coral …

Fall Has Felt… Well almost

September 23rd is officially the first day of fall and we know the rule felt hats from Labor Day to Easter. Ladies we also know, especially down here in the southern states, that it is still hot out and you are not ready to wear that felt hat just yet. We want you to be prepared though and see all …

For the Working Western Woman

STT Roughout Versatility Chap with Shell Border and Pocket These STT Roughout Versatility Chap with Shell Border and Pocket are my favorite in Honey Miracle. I absolutely love this color. I also appreciate the thought put into the step-in zipper, I don’t have to fight and become a contortionist to get the leg closed. It’s as easy as step in …

Beat the Heat with these Summer Tees!

  Neon Teepee Hotel Sign Tee I love this shirt because of the vintage motel vibe it gives off. I like how the design is faded but still pops against the black. This is definitely one of my favorite tees in my closet! – Kenna       She Wears Many Hats Tee This shirt is very fitting for just …

Father’s Day Gift Ideas!

Y’all are about to get some excellent Father’s Day gift advise, from some self-proclaimed Daddy’s Girls. It does not matter how old you are, once a Daddy’s Girl always a Daddy’s Girl. Whether your father is a cowboy, avid outdoorsman, office executive, all of the above, or somewhere in between, we have the perfect gift! Dad needs to look good. …

Complete the Look | Cowgirl Boots

Rios of Mercedes Café Americana Boot This boot is my favorite because you can wear it in the barn or a night out. It’s a classy boot that could be worn with jeans, a dress, or shorts. With jeans you would just see a brown ostrich boot great for riding, with shorts or a dress you would see the blue …

Make Your Hat, Your Own

Spring has sprung! I know many of you, like us, follow the rule… straw hats between Easter and Labor Day. Down here in Texas, sometimes you have to bend the rules a little, it is hot and you need some shade! Well no matter if you are wearing a straw or felt hat, it makes you feel all warm and …

Western Women Jewelry Edition Spring 2019

Royston Turquoise Lariat Necklace This necklace is to die for! It’s perfect for layering or as a gorgeous staple piece – either way it’s worn it’s a showstopper for sure. – Kenna   Sterling Silver Stud Earrings I like to keep my jewelry sweet and simple with quick and easy go to pieces that can be dressed up for a …

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide: Hint, Hint, Nudge, Nudge…

Alright ladies, it’s that time of year again–Valentine’s Day— (when your significant others need a little help in picking out the perfect gift for you!) Flowers are great and sweet, but unfortunately don’t last. We are going to tell you about some things that we love, that we think you will love also! To help start slipping him those subtle, …

Practical Yet Stylish | Outerwear

  “Fur is the new black.” – Kenna Faux Fur Vest – Panhandle Slim This faux fur vest by Panhandle Slim will keep you warm and cozy throughout the entire cold season. From the fringe detail to the tonal fur color, this vest is perfect for almost any occasion. Add this one to your collection today while supplies last!   …

Barrels, Ropers, and Cutters oh my!

Barrel STT Barrel Saddle This chocolate roughout barrel racing saddle with a tan inlaid seat is a great choice if you’re looking for a sophisticated, but rugged style. With its roughout leather, buck stitched border, and dark varnished stirrups, any Western Woman would look great making a run in this saddle.     Calf Roper Half tooled calf roper saddle …

Native American Jewelry: An Exquisite Accessory

Native American jewelry connects people to a rich artistic tradition among many cultures. It’s defined as an expression of culture, no matter the style, making it much more than a piece of silver with a costly price tag slapped on it. A New Discovery  Beginning in the early 19th century, silversmithing was brought to the southwest by the Spanish. This …