FASHION: Western-Wear

by | Feb 2, 2021 | Current Issue, Fashion, Jan/Feb 21 | 0 comments

Dress like a modern cowgirl this Rodeo season with
fringe, suede and jeans mixed with romantic lace and
long necklaces. And of course, no outfit is complete
without a great hat!

Photography by Nina A. Padilla

Clothes and Accessories available at Cavender’s

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Fashion Express USA Striped Fringe Jacket $72

M & F Western Bolo Tie $15

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Rockin’ C Denim dress $54
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Charlie One Horse Blue Hat $ 59.99  
Pink Panache Necklace $46 
Rockin’ C Lace Top $36
Scully Suede Long Fringe Jacket $389
Rock ’n Roll Striped pants $59.99

BEHIND THE SCENES

Model: Mia Isabella

Styling: Miriam Jesaijes & Taylor Lane

Special Thanks to Sara Winder and Romeo (our new horse friend) at Gypsy Farms!

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