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Cowboy Chic


Saddle up with these Western goods that will have any city slicker feeling a bit of horse power

By Dina Mishev

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Morning rush hour at Sorrel River Ranch near Moab, Utah. Photo courtesy of Sorrel River Ranch.
Best Boot Forward

Jenna_Lucchese_siloA little bit cowgirl, and a little bit cosmopolitan, Lucchese’s new goat leather Jenna bootie is fully cute. $595,

Flower Power

cowgirlspromisewallet_siloUsed as a clutch or paired with a purse, this Juan Antonio-designed, inlaid leather wallet makes a statement. $160,

Easy Rider

PINTO_RanchCutterSaddle_1015_siloWhen handmade cowboy boots aren’t enough, enter a Pinto Ranch saddle, imagined and made by master leather craftsman Julio Peña. From $3,300,

Fine and Dandy

638-BLU-&-638-BRNA Rockmount shirt is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian — it was the first cowboy shirt to feature snaps. But the 100 percent cotton shirts, made since 1946, are made for everyday wear. $110,

Head’s Up

75_TARRANT_siloWith a 4-inch brim and cattleman crease crown, Resistol’s 20X Tarrant felt hat — made from a blend of rabbit, wild hare and beaver — looks as good as it works. $524,

Page Turner

weshorThere’s no better photographic tribute to the West’s most iconic animal then the late David R. Stoecklein’s lavish 300-page The Western Horse$60,

Buckle It

Andy_Stevens_siloAndy Stevens’ hand-tooled floral belts are almost too beautiful to wear. But the leather artist would be sad if you didn’t; each is as rugged as it is refined. $350,

Old Is New Again

olatheThe stitch pattern on Olathe Boots’ Latigo Cowboy Boot is from a design in the company’s 1938 catalog. Its American spring steel shanks will keep them comfy until 2038. $425,

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