Bucking the Trends

true-west-styleTo improve our reporting of the newest and most innovative Western garb, home decor, food and other items of interest, we are premiering True West Style, which will appear in upcoming issues.

Since we are covering Western Wear in this issue, we felt it appropriate to begin with some snappy items to accent your Western look. Each outfit invites creative design through the use of materials and tools, garnering a respect toward comfort and functionality that has been a staple of Western Wear since our pioneer couturiers first began outfitting settlers for the West’s environment.

From the pioneers’ working ranch wear to the rodeo cowgirls’ split riding skirt and the 1940s’ cowboys’ smile pockets and shotgun cuffs, we cover some of the hottest apparel that are coming back or leading modern Western Wear designs today. Aside from a few vintage items, all of these selections are available new and have a timeless appeal perfect for anyone proud to own and wear Western fashion.

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